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PIONEERS  AND 

PROMINENT   MEN 

OF   UTAH 

COMPRISING 

PHOTOGRAPHS  -  GENEALOGIES  -  BIOGRAPHIES 

PIONEERS 

ARE  THOSE  MEN  AND  WOMEN  WHO  CAME  TO  UTAH  BY  WAGON,  HAND  CART 

OR  AFOOT,  BETWEEN  JULY  24,  1847,  AND  DECEMBER 

30,  1868,  BEFORE  THE  RAILROAD 

PROMINENT   MEN 

ARE  STAKE  PRESIDENTS,  WARD  BISHOPS,  GOVERNORS, 

MEMBERS     OF    THE    BENCH,     ETC.,    WHO 

CAME   TO  UTAH  AFTER  THE 

COMING    OF    THE 

RAILROAD 

The  Early  History 

of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of 

Latter-Day  Saints 


IN   ONE   VOLUME 
ILLUSTRATED 


By 

FRANK    ESSHOM 


The  greatest  inheritance  of  man  is  a  posterity;  the  greatest  inheritance  of  a  posterity  is  a 
Christian  Ancestry — that  these  greatest  inheritances  may  live  in  record,  this  volume  is  issued. 


SALT   LAKE   CITY,   UTAH 
UTAH   PIONEERS   BOOK   PUBLISHING   COMPANY 

PUBLISHERS 
1913 


COPYRIGHTED,  1913 
BY 

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DIRECTORS 

FRANCIS  M.  LYMAN,  PRESIDENT      FRANK  F.SSHOM  JESSE  KNIGHT 

J.  G.  MCALLISTER  W.  LESTER  MANGUM  GOVERNOR  WILLIAM  SPRY 

GEO.  T.  ODELL  C.  B.  STEWART  O.  C.  BKEBE 


FRANK  ESSHOM 

ORN  July  4, 1865,  at  Lovilia,  Monroe  Co.,  Iowa,  the  son  of  Clay  Esshom, 
born  Oct.  29,  1844,  in  Park  County,  Ind.,  near  Portland  Mill,  and 
Joanna  Victorine  Rilea,  born  Jan.  27,  1848,  Mount  Liberty,  Knox  Co., 
Ohio,  they  were  married  Feb.  10,  1864.  Their  children  were:  Frank 
(Ellwood),  married  Jessie.  Williams;  Merton  Wright,  m.  Josephine 
Ferris;  Harlan,  died,  child;  Grade  Caroline,  m.  Bertrand  Pollock  Castner; 
Orange;  Cass  Clay;  Blanche,  m.  Scott  Collins. 

Frank  Esshom  married  Jessie  Williams  Feb.  9,  1894;  she  was  born  Dec.  8, 
1876,  daughter  of  William  H.  Williams  and  Martha  Ann  Moore  of  Galesburg,  111., 
and  St.  Joseph,  Mo. 

Clay  Esshom  was  the  son  of  William  Esshom  of  Maysville,  Ky.,  who  was  the 
son  of  William  Esshom  of  Virginia,  who  was  of  Scotch  and  English  ancestry,  and 
Selinda  (Chancy)  Spurgeon,  born  at  Snow  Hill,  Md.,  of  English  ancestry. 

Joanna  Victorine  Rilea  (the  wife  of  Clay  Esshom)  was  the  daughter  of 
Wesley  Rilea  and  Caroline  Wright;  he  was  born  July  4,  1824,  Putman,  Muskin- 
gum  Co.,  Ohio  (the  son  of  William  Rilea,  who  was  the  fifth  generation  of  Rileas 
in  America  living  at  Culpepper  Court  House,  Va.,  and  Lucy  Arnold). 

Caroline  Wright,  the  daughter  of  Charles  Wright,  of  Frederickstown,  Ohio, 
born  at  Princeton,  N.  J.,  who  was  the  son  of  Ebenezer  Wright,  whose  mother  was 
a  Stuart.  Ebenezer  Wright  came  from  England  as  the  King's  surveyor  to  America. 
His  wife,  Joanna  Johnson,  was  the  daughter  of  John  and  Rebecca  Johnson,  who 
came  from  Holland. 

Frank  Esshom  graduated  from  the  high  school  at  the  age  of  eighteen,  with 
preparation  for  a  university  course.  His  early  life  was  spent  on  his  father's  farm, 
which  was  devoted  largely  to  the  breeding  of  high  grade  horses,  cattle  and  swine, 
as  well  as  the  production  of  large  quantities  of  grain  and  grasses,  so  that  his  early 
environment  and  education  was  on  the  line  of  producing.  It  was  a  family  maxim 
of  the  Esshoms  to  make  two  blades  of  grass  grow  where  one  previously  grew.  In 
his  nineteenth  year,  he  accepted  a  position  in  the  passenger  department  of  the 
Burlington  Railroad,  where  he  became  an  expert  ticketman  at  the  end  of  two 
years,  on  account  of  his  splendid  knowledge  of  geography.  The  following  four 
years  were  spent  in  travel.  He  visited  more  than  two-thirds  of  the  states,  and 
nearly  all  of  the  principal  cities  in  the  United  States,  in  the  capacity  of  an  expert 
special  salesman.  During  this  tour,  he  prepared  special  articles  on  social,  commer- 
cial and  industrial  life,  which  were  his  introduction  into  the  literary  field. 

At  the  age  of  twenty-five  he  began  devoting  his  time  entirely  to  newspaper 
work,  as  a  newspaper  reporter;  an  advertising  solicitor;  newspaper  advertising 
and  business  manager;  editor  and  manager  of  newspapers,  and  was  a  general 
publisher  for  twelve  years  at  Denver,  Colo.,  prior  to  coming  to  Salt  Lake  City. 

Most  of  his  life  has  been  devoted  to  the  production  of  literature,  with  the 
exception  of  a  few  years,  when  he  was  lured  into  the  field  of  mining. 

His  father  was  a  member  of  the  14th  Indiana  Vol.,  during  the  Civil  War. 
His  ancestors  fought  in  all  of  the  wars  of  the  United  States,  beginning  with  the 
Revolution.  They  were  also  pioneers  of  Virginia,  Maryland,  Kentucky,  New  Jer- 
sey, New  York,  Ohio,  Indiana,  and  Iowa.  This  spirit  to  fight  and  pioneer,  in- 
herited, which  together  with  his  life's  labor,  seemed  to  especially  equip  him  for  the 
undertaking  he  has  carried  on — a  campaign  of  seven  years  in  the  field  and  at  the 
desk — to  prepare  and  present  this  volume,  Pioneers  and  Prominent  Men  of  Utah. 


FRANK  ESSHOM 


FRANCIS  MARION  LYMAN 

N  nineteen  hundred  and  eight,  after  a  year's  labor  gathering  data  for  the 
Pioneers'  history,  the  vastness  of  the  undertaking  dawned  upon  its 
promoters  and  depressed  them  to  almost  stupidness.  They  then  realized 
that  the  work  could  be  accomplished  only  by  the  most  systematic  and 
painstaking  research,  that  they  must  have  the  sentiment  of  the  whole  people  with 
them,  that  some  great  spirit  must  be  in  touch  with  them,  that  was  thoroughly  in 
accord  with  the  people. 

During  this  first  year's  work  Francis  Marion  Lyman  had  been  seen,  he  had 
subscribed  to  the  work,  promptly  furnished  his  data  and  had  done  his  part  toward 
its  production,  and  in  words  had  encouraged  us  to  press  forward  in  our  work. 

The  fire  of  love  for  parent  and  posterity  and  his  people,  flashed  from  his 
eyes  when  he  saw  there  was  an  opportunity  for  their  records  to  be  made  and  pre- 
served. In  fact,  he  glowed  with  joy  at  the  thought. 

So,  when  the  time  came  to  select  a  man  to  head  this  undertaking,  Francis 
Marion  Lyman  seemed  to  be  the  "Moses"  to  lead  the  "children  out  of  Israel." 
When  he  was  requested  to  take  this  leadership  he  faltered — he  knew  the  great 
responsibility— but  his  broad  manliness,  which  fears  no  burden  in  the  cause  of 
right,  nor  in  behalf  of  his  people,  was  thrown  in  the  balance  in  our  favor,  he 
took  the  leadership — became  the  president.  That  we  chose  wisely  the  result  speaks 
for  itself. 

President  Lyman  added  strength  to  our  zest,  he  inspired  us  to  greater  efforts, 
and  others  to  our  assistance,  and  with  ever-gathering  momentum  we  labored  on 
until  the  work  was  done. 

Through  his  assistance  there  has  been  built  a  monument  to  that  "Noble  Band 
of  Heroes,"  as  he  expresses  it,  that  will  live  on  through  centuries. 

No  man  loves  that  "Noble  Band"  more,  or  could  feel  a  greater  responsibility 
for  their  descendants  than  does  Francis  Marion  Lyman. 

His  associates  in  this  work  revere  him  for  his  wise  counsel  as  their  presi- 
dent, adore  his  great  mentality,  love  him  for  his  love  of  humanity  as  well  as  his 
personality. 

They  cherish  for  him  the  highest  regard  and  extend  to  him  their  sincerest 
thanks  for  his  never  ceasing  labor  and  great  assistance  in  behalf  of  this  publication. 


FRANCIS  MARION  LYMAN 


JESSE  KNIGHT 

HEN  he  was  five  years  old,  with  his  mother  and  her  family  of  seven 
children,  he  arrived  in  Utah,  a  settlement  three  years  old,  one  thou- 
sand miles  from  the  nearest  town.  His  father  died  a  few  days  journey 

westward  from  the  Missouri  River. 

The  homes  in  Utah  at  that  time  were  improvised  shelters,  there  were 
no  public  and  few  private  schools,  and  the  needs  of  home  were  never  satisfied.  With 
these  surroundings  he  grew  to  manhood  and  fatherhood.  He  tasted  life  from 
every  angle  that  could  fall  to  a  boy  and  a  man,  under  such  surroundings. 

He  had  not  been  an  ardent  Church  member;  while  he  was  recognized  as  a 
Mormon,  he  had  not  been  classed  as  a  Latter-day  Saint,  he  had  not  "had  a  testi- 
mony"; in  other  words,  he  had  not  been  convinced  as  to  the  truth  of  the  religion 
of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints,  and  the  truth  that  Joseph 
Smith  was  a  prophet  of  God. 

In  a  dream,  or  vision,  there  was  revealed  to  him  that  Utah  was  for  the  Mor- 
mons; that  the  doctrine  of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints  was 
true;  that  Joseph  Smith  was  a  prophet  of  God;  also,  that  if  he  went  to  a  certain 
place  (indelibly  imprinted  on  his  mind),  that  he  would  find  a  great  vein  of  rich 
mineral,  a  mine.  He  followed  the  instructions  given  him  in  his  dream,  which  took 
him  to  the  now  well-known  Eureka  mining  district.  There,  away  up  on  the  moun- 
tain, he  found  the  spot  he  had  seen  in  his  dream,  and  he  uncovered  the  vein  which 
led  to  a  vast  mineral  body,  which  was  opened  up,  only  by  much  hard  labor  and 
many  vicissitudes.  Many  times,  for  the  lack  of  provisions,  he  would  have  to  stop 
his  work,  but  he  never  lost  faith  in  his  dream,  and  would  return  and  continue 
his  labor.  At  last  the  mine  yielded  the  long  sought  precious  mineral  that  made 
him  a  large  fortune,  which  has  multiplied  and  been  added  to. 

Before  his  dream  came  true,  and  while  he  was  laboring  (as  only  one  can  who 
has  faith)  to  take  from  "Mother  Earth  "  her  treasure,  he  met  Wilford  Woodruff, 
then  president  of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints,  who  proph- 
esied that  "he  (Jesse  Knight)  would  save  the  Church's  credit."  Not  long  after- 
ward, the  mine  began  to  yield.  The  Church  had  outstanding  notes  upon  which 
the  interest  was  nearly  due,  the  country  was  in  a  panic  and  money  almost  impossi- 
ble to  get.  The  first  car  of  ore  came  from  the  mine  and  gave  much  greater  value 
than  was  expected.  When  the  miners  and  debts  incidental  to  the  production  of  ore 
had  been  paid,  there  was  ten  thousand  dollars  remaining,  which  amount,  Mr. 
Knight  gave  to  President  Woodruff,  who  paid  the  interest  on  the  Church's  notes, 
and  its  credit  was  saved. 

From  thence  on,  he  knew  the  truth  of  dreams,  visions  and  prophecies,  that 
Joseph  Smith  was  a  prophet  of  God  and  that  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of 
Latter-day  Saints  was  the  restoration  of  God's  Church  on  the  earth. 

There  are  many  pages  in  the  history  of  Mr.  Knight's  life  that  forces  one  to 
believe  that  the  hand  of  providence  guides  our  way. 

He  has  a  Christian,  upright  family,  is  in  possession  of  great  wealth,  and  is 
honored  by  his  fellowman.  Thusly  endowed,  many  a  man  is  raised  above  the  mul- 
titude. It  causes  him  to  forget  the  griefs  and  hardships  that  the  less  fortunate  bear. . 
Not  so  with  Jesse  Knight — he  has  not  changed — he  hears  the  cry  of  the  needy,  has 
sympathy  for  those  in  sorrow,  his  heart  throbs  with  sentiment  and  love  for  human 
kind,  which  gives  him  a  mannerism,  a  receptiveness  and  a  simplicity  that  makes 
one  know  that  the  Spirit  of  Jesus  Christ  is  reflected  in  man  on  earth. 

He  is  a  beloved  father,  an  honored  citizen,  a  kind,  assisting  friend,  a  public 
benefactor,  a  Christian. 


JESSE  KNIGHT 


PREFACE 

HE  author  here  presents  the  volume,  Pioneers  and  Prominent  Men  of 
Utah.  This  work  has  engaged  his  entire  attention  uninterruptedly  since 
September,  1907.  As  will  be  seen,  it  is  the  portraits,  genealogies  and 
biographies  of  Pioneers  and  their  male  descendants  and  Prominent  Men 
of  Utah  and  a  brief  chronological  history  of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ 
of  Latter-day  Saints. 

Those  men  and  women  who  came  to  Utah  by  wagon,  hand  cart  or  afoot,  be- 
tween July  24,  1847,  the  date  of  the  arrival  of  the  Brigham  Young  Company,  and 
December  30,  1868,  before  the  railroad,  are  designated  as  Pioneers. 

To  the  author's  mind  they  are  all  entitled  to  that  distinction,  because  they 
came  in  the  same  general  manner.  Some  had  wagons,  others  with  handcarts,  and 
some  afoot,  but  whatever  was  their  mode  of  migration,  they  all  came  for  the  one 
and  same  purpose,  that  was :  to  build  an  empire  and  a  church  and  homes  of  their 
own,  where  they  could  worship  God  according  to  the  dictates  of  their  conscience, 
and  rear  their  families  without  the  contamination  of  outside  influence,  and  be 
free  from  the  strife  and  turmoil  they  had  passed  through  at  Kirtland,  Independ- 
ence and  Nauvoo. 

The  men  coming  to  Utah  after  the  railroad  are  designated  as  Prominent  Men. 

The  portraits  in  this  history  are  arranged,  as  nearly  as  possible,  as  follows: 
First,  that  of  President  Brigham  Young,  followed  by  his  representative  male 
descendants.  These  are  followed  by  the  portraits  of  men  who  came  with  him  in  the 
first  company,  July  24,  1847,  with  the  exception  of  the  first  twelve  pioneers'  names, 
in  alphabetical  order,  with  their  representative  male  descendants  who  are  subscribers 
to  this  history.  After  the  Brigham  Young  company  are  the  portraits  of  men  of 
the  Mormon  Battalion  in  alphabetical  order,  with  their  representative  male  descend- 
ants. These  are  followed  by  the  portraits  of  men  who  came  later  in  1847,  in  the 
order  that  they  came  to  Utah,  namely:  Daniel  Spencer's  100,  with  Perrigrine  Ses- 
sions and  Ira  Eldridge  as  captains  of  50's,  arriving  September,  23d;  Abraham  O. 
Smoot's  100,  with  Geo.  B.  Wallace  and  Samuel  Russell  as  captains  of  50's,  arriv- 
ing late  in  September;  Edward  Hunter's  100,  with  Jacob  Foutz  and  Joseph  Home 
as  captains  of  50's,  arriving  September  29th;  Jedediah  M.  Grant's  100,  with  Wil- 
lard  Snow  and  Joseph  B.  Noble  as  captains  of  50's,  arriving  October  2d;  The 
"Artillery  Company,"  captained  by  Charles  C.  Rich,  arriving  October  3d;  Parley 
Pratt  and  John  Taylor,  two  of  the  Apostles  also  came  with  companies,  exercising 
general  supervision — John  Taylor  arrived  at  Salt  Lake  City,  with  a  company, 
October  5th ;  beside  these  pioneers  are  their  representative  male  descendants  who 
are  subscribers  to  this  history.  Then  follows  the  portraits  of  men  who  came  in 
1848,  '49,  '50,  '51,  etc.,  in  consecutive  yearly  order  up  to  and  including  1868,  when 
the  last  wagon  train  came  all  the  way  across  the  plains  from  the  Missouri  River  to 
the  Salt  Lake  Valley.  Following  these  come  the  stake  presidents  and  bishops, 
arranged  alphabetically,  then  governors,  and  prominent  men  who  came  to  Utah  after 
1868,  arranged  alphabetically. 

This  portrait  arrangement  will  show  each  person  followed  by  his  representa- 
tive male  descendants  in  his  respective  place,  according  to  the  day  and  year  of  his 
arrival  in  Utah — as  near  as  it  was  possible  to  arrange  them — if  he,  or  his  descend- 
ants are  subscribers  to  this  history. 

Following  the  portraits  are  the  genealogies,  arranged  alphabetically,  after 
which  comes  the  history  of  the  Church,  chronologically  arranged,  from  the  birth  of 
the  Prophet  Joseph  Smith  in  1805,  to  1863,  also  the  portraits  of  the  Prophet  Joseph 
Smith  and  Patriarch  Hyrum  Smith,  the  genealogies  of  their  families  and  their 
lineal  ancestry. 

It  was  the  intention  of  the  author  in  the  beginning  of  the  preparation   for 

NOTE.— Utah  (Yuta)  at  the  time  the  pioneers  settled  in  the  Great  Salt  Lake  Valley,  comprised 
the  territory  now  orfupied  hy  Utah,  Idaho,  Montana,  Eastern  Washington,  Eastern  Oregon,  Nevada, 
Northern  Arizona,  Northern  New  Mexico,  Western  Colorado  and  Western  Wyoming. 

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this  volume  to  publish  the  portrait  of  the  Pioneer  and  his  representative  male 
descendant,  and  prominent  men  with  four  lines  of  reading  matter  underneath  the 
portrait.  After  a  year's  labor,  it  was  discovered  that  the  genealogies  of  the 
Pioneers  of  Utah  were  so  closely  and  intricately  interwoven,  that  an  accessible 
record  was  very  much  in  need  of  by  them,  and  it  was  decided  to  print  the  genealo- 
gies of  these  Pioneer  families  in  connection  with  the  portraits ;  this  more  than  dou- 
bled the  labor  and  expense  of  production.  He  now  presents  to  the  subscriber  for 
this  volume,  nearly  six  thousand  portraits  and  many  more  genealogies. 

At  the  conclusion  of  this  labor,  the  author  is  justly  proud  of  the  achievement, 
as  in  presenting  it,  he  offers  to  the  world  a  book  unique  and  incomparable  to  any 
that  has  heretofore  been  issued.  This  is  because  a  similar  opportunity  for  such  a 
volume  has  not  heretofore  been  offered  an  author,  as  no  other  people  but  those  of 
the  faith  of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints  have  ever  gone  forth 
into  a  wilderness  in  the  mountains  and  created  an  empire,  and  there  remained 
generation  after  generation  and  enjoyed  the  fruits  of  their  labor.  On  account 
of  their  belief  in  plural  marriage,  they  have  left  a  posterity  large  enough,  at  a 
date  sixty-five  years  subsequent  to  the  first  settlement,  that  nearly  all  the  lead- 
ing men  of  that  early  pioneering  has  a  male  descendant.  Again,  their  posterity  has 
been  held  within  the  confines  of  the  empire  they  built,  because  they  did  not  care  to 
wander  from  their  homes  and  religious  ties.  These  conditions  made  the  gathering 
of  this  data  possible,  as  in  no  other  place  to  our  knowledge  has  the  pioneer  re- 
mained as  the  permanent  settler. 

The  author  is  also  proud  of  this  volume  because  it  will  live  as  a  memorial  to 
those  men  whose  deeds  were  rapidly  being  forgotten.  The  story  of  the  leaders 
has  been  told  repeatedly,  but  that  of  the  rank  and  file,  the  ones  who  did  the 
actual  pioneering  and  building  has  not  been  told  before.  This  will  cause  them  to  live 
on  perpetually,  and  each  succeeding  generation  will  know  their  labors ;  their  deeds 
will  increase  in  miraculousness ;  their  valor  will  be  more  greatly  appreciated ;  their 
heroisms  stand  out  unprecedented,  showing  the  quality  of  the  men  who  dared  to 
turn  their  faces  toward  an  unknown  desert  and  to  build  homes,  and  an  empire. 

Having  stated  what  the  History  contains  and  why  it  was  possible  for  it  to  be 
produced,  the  query  which  arises  in  one's  mind  is:  "How  could  such  a  gigantic 
undertaking  be  completed?"  The  author  was  fully  inspired  with  the  belief  that  he 
was  producing  what  a  great  people  wanted  and  needed,  his  absolute  confidence  in, 
and  his  knowledge  of,  these  people,  their  great  love  for  their  ancestors  and  their 
posterity,  and  their  church, ever  impelled  him  onward  to  a  successful  conclusion  of 
his  self-assumed  labor.  After  a  year  of  gathering  material  and  data  in  Salt  Lake 
City,  a  year  was  spent  in  Weber  and  Utah  Counties  in  the  same  quest.  Then  a 
thorough  search  was  started,  as  a  beginning  to  the  end;  the  Bishop  of  every 
ward  from  Yellowstone  National  Park  and  Upper  Oregon  on  the  north  and  north- 
west to  Vernal,  Emery  and  St.  George  on  the  south  and  southeast  in  Utah,  was 
visited.  In  almost  every  instance  an  application  for  a  volume  was  given  by  the 
Bishop  of  the  ward  and  he  gratuitously  furnished  the  author  with  the  names  of  the 
Pioneers  who  had  died  in  his  ward,  and  the  names  of  their  representative  male 
descendants,  also  the  names  of  the  Pioneers  who  were  living  in  his  ward  and  the 
names  of  their  representative  male  descendants.  Nearly  a  year  was  required  in 
making  these  visits.  After  this  organization  was  perfected,  the  author,  assisted  by 
a  corps  of  solicitors  visited  each  house  in  every  ward  in  all  of  the  stakes  in  the  terri- 
tory above  mentioned,  where  a  Pioneer  or  the  descendant  of  a  Pioneer  lived  as  given 
him  by  the  Bishop  of  the  ward,  or  could  be  secured  from  inquiry,  and  gathered  the 
portraits  and  genealogies  as  complete  as  it  was  possible  to  so  do,  and  arranged  for 
the  information  unobtainable  at  that  time  to  be  sent  to  him.  The  gathering  of 
this  data,  which  could  be  acquired  in  no  other  manner,  probably  required  more  than 
fifty  thousand  calls,  the  assistance  of  every  photographer  in  the  territory,  the 
traveling  of  thousands  of  miles,  which  was  made  over  every  kind  of  roads  in  all 
kinds  of  weather,  and  by  every  mode  of  conveyance.  He  made  one  continuous  trip 
by  team  in  Southern  Utah  of  1,385  miles,  without  being  in  touch  with  a  railroad. 
This  was  from  October  to  the  last  of  January.  After  this  data  had  been  gathered, 

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it  was  necessary  to  re-write  it  in  duplicate  and  submit  a  copy  to  the  one  who  fur- 
nished the  geneaolgy  and  biography,  and  the  correspondence  in  connection  with 
that  and  other  phases  of  the  publication  required  more  than  fifty  thousand  letters. 

There  are  some  of  the  old  families  who  are  not  represented  in  this  History. 
We  are  very  proud  to  say  that  they  are  few.  While  the  rule  laid  down  for  the 
production  of  this  History  was  that  every  family  who  was  represented  in  it  must 
make  a  subscription  to  it  to  help  defray  the  expenses  of  producing  it,  yet  hundreds 
of  photographs  have  been  entered,  and  genealogies  published  of  those  Pioneer  men 
who  have  left  no  male  descendants  to  represent  them.  In  fact,  no  one  has  been  left 
out  of  it  because  they  were  unable  financially  to  make  a  subscription.  In  every 
case  where  the  Bishop  advised  us  that  the  family  was  not  able  to  make  a  subscrip- 
tion the  Pioneer  has  been  put  in  this  history  by  us  with  as  much  care  as  though 
he  were  a  subscriber. 

The  author  is  thankful  to  many  for  assistance  rendered  him.  He  is  thank- 
ful to  James  G.  McAllister,  who  rendered  him  the  first  assistance  in  the  initiative 
of  the  work  and  continuously  to  its  completion;  to  the  Board  of  Directors  of  the 
Utah  Pioneers  Book  Publishing  Company,  namely:  Francis  M.  Lyman,  James  G. 
McAllister,  Geo.  T.  Odell,  C.  B.  Stewart,  Governor  William  Spry,  O.  C.  Beebe, 
W.  Lester  Mangum  and  Jesse  Knight  for  their  wisdom  and  guidance,  and  for  the 
last  named  gentleman,  words  cannot  express  his  gratitude  and  thankfulness  for  an 
aid  and  an  assistance  given  him,  when  all  other  channels  seemed  closed,  that  fur- 
nished the  finance  necessary  for  the  completion  of  this  volume.  The  author  sin- 
cerely believes  that  this  aid  was  rendered  him  wholly  because  Mr.  Knight  believes 
this  volume  will  live  as  a  memorial  to  the  Pioneer;  as  an  aid  to  the  living  by  giving 
their  relationship  one  to  another,  and  a  blessing  to  those  unborn  by  placing  a  record 
before  them  showing  they  descended  from  the  founders  of  Utah,  and  the  builders 
of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints,  that  he  does  not  feel  that  his 
possessions  are  given  him  especially  to  have  and  to  hold,  but  that  he  may  do  great 
good  with  them  while  they  are  entrusted  to  his  keeping. 

The  author  is  thankful  for  assistance  received  from  Ernest  H.  Rich,  Oscar 
B.  Madson,  John  Q.  Critchlow,  W.  W.  Browning.  He  is  indebted  to  the  Presi- 
dents of  stakes  and  almost  every  Bishop  under  the  dominion  of  the  Church,  for  in- 
formation given  and  kindnesses  extended  to  him  while  in  their  wards.  He  is  also 
indebted  to,  and  thankful  for,  the  assistance  rendered  by  each  subscriber  to  this 
volume,  as  only  for  their  kindnesses,  interest  and  painstaking  assistance  in  com- 
piling these  genealogies  and  biographies  could  this  data  have  been  obtained,  as  more 
than  fifty  per  cent,  of  it  came  from  the  memory  of  some  one  in  or  who  was  familiar 
with  the  family,  and  which  information  has  never  heretofore  been  indited  or  made 
accessible  to  those  to  whom  it  pertains. 

The  author  has  had  for  his  constant  companions  in  this  labor  during  the  last 
seven  years,  those  people  who  are  most  frequently  spoken  of  as  the  "Mormons." 
They  among  themselves  have  two  definitions  for  the  word  "Mormon" — first,  it  is 
applied  to  all  of  the  people  who  have  embraced  the  religion,  or  have  been  born  into 
the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints;  second,  the  more  religious  ones 
who  bear  this  name  are  known  as  "Latter-day  Saints,"  and  while  the  former  part 
of  the  expression  "Latter-day  Saints"  may  be  an  assumed  name,  the  word  "Saints" 
they  are  wholly  entitled  to,  because  of  the  life  they  live.  No  one  who  knows  these 
people,  as  it  has  been  the  author's  good  fortune  to  know  them,  can  have  but  the  high- 
est regard  for  them  as  a  people,  he  cannot  help  but  believe  in  their  sincerity  in 
their  religion,  and  he  absolutely  knows  that  they  are  trying  to  live  a  righteous  life 
and  that  the  teachings  of  Jesus  Christ  are  constantly  before  them,  as  their  example 
to  live  by. 

That  these  Pioneers  have  established  a  state  and  a  religion  is  sufficient  com- 
mendation of  their  worth.  Any  man  might  spend  even  more  years  than  the  author 
has,  in  making  their  deeds  and  actions  a  matter  of  record,  to  live  as  an  unparalleled 
example  of  pioneering  and  successful  endeavor  in  church  building. 

November  3,  1913.  FRANK    ESSHOM. 

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O  THE   GREAT  PIONEER,  BRIGHAM   YOUNG, 
AND  HIS  CO-LABORERS    IN  LEADERSHIP 
AND    IN    PIONEERING,   AND    IN   THE 
COLONIZATION   OF  UTAH   AND 
THE    WEST,    THIS    BOOK  IS 
AFFECTIONATELY 
DEDICATED. 


INDEX  TO  PORTRAITS 


A  Page 

ABBOTT,  L.    E .383 

ABBOTT,  MYRON    196 

ABBOTT,  MYRON  ALMA 197 

ABBOTT,  THOMAS    383 

ABBOTT,  WILLIAM    622 

ABEGGLEN,    ULRICH    535 

ABEL,   ISAAC    594 

ACORD,  ABRAM     '         '    539 

ADAMS,  ARZA    164 

ADAMS,   CHARLES      184 

ADAMS,   DANIEL    C "    .    297 

ADAMS,  DAVID    466 

ADAMS,  DAVID  BARCLAY    .297 

ADAMS,  DAVID   COOK    297 

ADAMS,   DENNIS    ELIAS    244 

ADAMS,  ELIAS     .    243 

ADAMS,  ELIAS,  JR 243 

ADAMS,  HENRY    548 

ADAMS,  HUGH     400 

ADAMS,  JAMES     297 

ADAMS,  JOHN    548 

ADAMS,  JOHN  DAVID   297 

ADAMS,  JOHN  QUINCY    .' 400  * 

ADAMS,  JOSHUA     243 

ADAMS,   SAMUEL    531 

ADAMS,   S.   F 370 

ADAMS,   THOMAS    118 

ADAMS,   WILLIAM  HENRY   158 

ADAMS,  WILLIAM  HENRY,  JR 159 

ADAMSON,    ALEXANDER    520 

AHLSTROM,     JOHN  G 510 

AINSWORTH,  JAMES     563 

AINSWORTH,  JOSEPH    563 

ALBISTON,  JOHN    399 

ALBISTON,   JOHN,    JR 399 

ALBISTON,  JOHN  WILLIAM    399 

ALBRAND,  WILLIAM  J.   E 418 

ALBRAND,  WILLIAM  JOHN  F 418 

ALDER,  ALFRED     697 

ALDER,   ALFRED    377 

ALDER,  ALFRED    W 377 

ALDER,   CONRAD,    JR 507 

ALDOUS,  CHARLES    362 

ALDOUS,  GEORGE  P 362 

ALDOUS,   ROBERT    362 

ALEXANDER,  ALVAH    157 

ALEXANDER,  ALVAH     157 

ALEXANDER,  ALVAH  J 157 

ALEXANDER,  HENRY    SAMUEL    157 

ALEXANDER,  HORACE    MARTIN    Ill 

ALEXANDER,  ROBERT    298 

ALEXANDER,  WILLIAM   DENTON    Ill 

ALLEMAN,   JOHN    298 

ALLEN,  ALANSON   DAVID    184 

ALLEN,   ALBERN,    JR 184 

ALLEN,  ALBERN  ALANSON    184 

ALLEN,  ALEXANDER    ALMA    298 

ALLEN,  ANDREW  AGUSTUS   225 

ALLEN,   ANDREW    AGUSTUS,    JR 225 

ALLEN,  ELIHU  M 75 

ALLEN,  ELIJAH    Ill 

ALLEN,  IRA    225 

ALLEN,  JOHN   R 552 

ALLEN,  JOSEPH  SMITH    Ill 

ALLEN,  LEVI    298 

ALLEN,   ORVILLE    MORGAN    298 

ALLEN,   PETER    530 

ALLEN,   SAMUEL    372 

ALLEN,   SAMUEL  H 372 

ALLEN,  WILLIAM    53 

ALLMAN.   THOMAS    212 

ALLMAN,  THOMAS    M 212 

ALLRED,   EUGENE    SCOTT    277 

ALLRED,  ISAAC    277 

ALLRED,   ISAAC  H 63 

ALLRED,  JAMES    277 

ALLRED,  JOHN   JONES    514 

ALLRED,  JOSEPH  PARLEY    514 

ALLRED,  MILFORD    ALEXANDER    53 

ALLRED.   PAULINUS  HARVEY    53 

ALLRED.   REDDEN  ALEXANDER    53 

ALLRED,   REUBEN  WARREN    197 

ALLRED,   SILAS  LAFAYETTE    277 

ALLRED.   THOMAS   BUTLER    .  v 197 

ALLRED.  WILEY   PAYNE    277 


Page 

ALLRED,  WILLIAM  MORE   63 

ALLREDGE,    ISAAC    298 

ALLSOP,  JOHN 416 

ALLSOP,  JOHN    IRA    .416 

ALVORD,  JOSEPH    B 185 

ALVORD,   JOSEPH    L .    185 

ALVORD,   THADDEUS    .184 

AMES,  IRA    277 

ANDERSEN,  ANDERS  NIELSEN 553 

ANDERSEN,  ANDREW    488 

ANDERSEN,  ANDREW    479 

ANDERSEN,   GEORGE    298 

ANDERSEN,  JONATHAN  NIELSEN 553 

ANDERSEN,  LOUIS    C 488 

ANDERSEN,  PETER .578 

ANDERSEN,  WILLIAM   298 

ANDERSON,  A.  J 647 

ANDERSON,  ANDERS     578 

ANDERSON,  ANDREAS     510 

ANDERSON,  ANDREAS    JOHN    510 

ANDERSON,  ANDREW    483 

ANDERSON,  ANDREW    425 

ANDERSON,  ANDREW    581 

ANDERSON,  AXEL    486 

ANDERSON,  CHRISTIAN    .553 

ANDERSON,  DAVID    M 652 

ANDERSON,   GUSTAF    .'647 

ANDERSON,  GUSTAVE    555 

ANDERSON,  HANS    PETER    652 

ANDERSON,  HOGAN    486 

ANDERSON,  HYRUM  B 425 

ANDERSON,   JAMES     448 

ANDERSON,  JAMES  MICHAEL   625 

ANDERSON,  JENS  CHRISTIAN   469 

ANDERSON,  JOHANAS    492 

ANDERSON,  JOHN  HYRUM    492 

ANDERSON,  JOSEPH  S .403 

ANDERSON,  LARS    595 

ANDERSON,  LOUIS  C 288 

ANDERSON,  LEWIS    '.'.    483 

ANDERSON,  MILTON   THOMAS    277 

ANDERSON,   NEPHI  AMITZBOL    .  .    553 

ANDERSON,   NIELS    577 

ANDERSON,  PARLEY     .    671 

ANDERSON,  PAUL   57 

ANDERSON,  PETER   .    40 

ANDERSON,   PETER   H 36 

ANDERSON,   P.   M 65 

ANDERSON,   PETER   N .51 

ANDERSON,   ROSS    36 

ANDERSON,     W.  A 42 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM    36 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM    HOPKINS    48 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM    OVE    

ANDERTON,  JAMES    60 

ANDREW,   FREDERICK  CHADWICK 41 

ANDREW,  JOHN   W 41 

ANDREW,  SAMUEL  WHITAKER    .41 

ANDRUS,  JAMES    14 

ANDRUS,  LARON  A 16 

ANDRUS,  MANSFIELD     15 

ANDRUS,  MILO    14 

ANGELL,   TRUMAN    0 5 

ANSON,   PERRY  J 65 

ARAVE,  DAVID   E 27 

ARAVE,   NELSON    27 

ARCHIBALD,   THOMAS  HALLIDAY   58 

ARCHIBALD,  WILLIAM  RUSSELL   58< 

ARGENT,  JOHN 66: 

ARGYLE,  JOSEPH    44 

ARGYLE,  JOSEPH,  JR 44 

ARGYLE,  LORENZO    44 

ARMATAGE.   SAMUEL 68 

ARMATAGE.   SAMUEL-  PICHARD   68 

ARMSTRONG,  GEORGE    D 68 

ARMSTRONG,  JAMES 41 

ARMSTRONG,  THOMAS  COLUMBUS   661 

ARMSTRONG,  WILLIAM   B 

ARNOLD,  HENRY   29 

ARTHUR,  BENJAMIN    ABEL    3< 

ARTHUR,  CHRISTOPHER  JONES •. 3 

ARTHUR,  EDWARD  JAMES    6! 

ARTHUR,  EVAN    59 

ASHBY,   RODNEY    BADGER    IS 

ASHBY,  WILLIAM  HARDIN    1* 

ASHMAN,  JOHN   6 


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Page 

ASHTON,   EDWARD    299 

ASHTON,   EDWARD  M 299 

:  ASHTON,   EDWARD   T '    299 

I  ASHTON,   ROBERT    '424 

J  ASHTON,  THOMAS     

!  ASHTON,  WILLIAM    '552 

ASHTON,  WILLIAM   STANLEY    . 
JASTILL,  WILLIAM   T '    418 

ASTILL,   ZACHARIAH      418 

ASTLE,   FRANCIS    '522 

ASTLE,  JOHN    

ATHAY,  HENRY    

ATHAY,   JAMES    

ATKIN,  GEORGE    

ATKIN,  THOMAS     181 

ATKIN,   THOMAS,  JR.    . 

ATKIN,  WILLIAM '436 

ATKIN,  WILLIAM  T.    . 

ATKINSON,  ALFRED   H 

ATKINSON,  ALFRED  JOHN 

ATKINSON,   FREDERICK  HENRY    '589 

ATKINSON,  FREDERICK    HENRY,    JR.  589 

ATKINSON,   JAMES  ISAAC    .  378 

ATKINSON,  THOMAS    .  '    4»Q 

[ATKINSON,  WILLIAM    

:ATKINSON,  WILLIAM    N.    ...  378 

ATWOOD,   DAN '    235 

JATWOOD,   LAWRENCE  MINER    . 
:ATWOOD,   MILLEN  DAN 

IATWOOD,  MINER  GRANT  .  '  23B 

LA.TWOOD,  SAMUEL  

ATWOOD,  SIMEON 

IATWOOD,  WALTER   HENRY    

UUGER,  HENRY  DANIEL  . 

LAUGER,  JABEZ  

LV.UGER,  WILLIAM  HENRY  . 
AUSTIN,  ANDREW  M 

kfSTIN,  GEORGE  O.    . . .  '    627 

AUSTIN,  HEBER  CHARLES    .  627 

AUSTIN,  JOHN 627 

AUSTIN,   MARK    627 

AUSTIN,  THOMAS   H.    . .  .  627 

AVERT,  JOHN  NELSON  .  '197 

l\XTELL,   SAMUEL  B '    682 

AYLETT,   HEBER   C 

AYLETT,  JESSE  

kYLETT,   JOHN  A 

kYLETT,  WILLIAM    

AYLETT,   WILLIAM,    JR.     ... 

\YHTON,  DAVID  JAMES   .  '4*9 

\YKTON,  WILLIAM   459 


B 

BABBITT,  RICHARD  .  .    244 

PABCOCK,  LORENZO   

BABCOCK,  WILLIAM  HENRY  . 

BACHMAN,  EMUEL  '    rot 

iACHMAN,   JACOB    . 

BACHMAN,  JOSEPH  .  .  . 
SACKHOUSE,  JAMES  . . . 
BACKMAN,  SAMUEL  C.  .  . . 

BACON,  CHANCY  

BACON,  FRANCIS  '  299 

BADGER,  CARLOS  ASHBY  . 

BADGER,  ORSON,  P.  ...  '  11S 

BADGER,  ORSON  P.,  JR. 

kAGLEY,   DANIEL    .... 

kAGNALL,   JOSEPH    ...  618 

kAILEY,   FRANCIS    651 

kAILEY,   FRANCIS   TRACY    ... 

kAILEY,   FRANCIS  WILLIAM 

AILEY,  HENRY    609 

WILEY,  JAMES   WATSON    . 

AILEY,  JOSEPH  M 609 

AILEY,  JOSEPH  WILLIAM   . 

AILEY,  LANGLEY  ALLGOOD 

AINBRIDGE,  JAMES  WESLEY  n  8 

IAIR.   HYRUM    244 

(AIR,  JOHN 

IAIR,  JOHN '    6Q8 

AIRD.  ALEXANDER    

AIRD,   BRIGHAM   YOUNG    . 

AIRD,   JOHN   

AIRD  (BYARD),   ROBERT  E. ' .' 
AKER,  ALBERT    MOWRY     . 

AKER,   BENJAMIN '    -,62 

AKER,   BENJAMIN  CHARLES  '    278 

AKER,   BENJAMIN   WALTER  '    278 

AKER,   CHARLES    B.     ... 

AKER,  GEORGE    !"  49? 

AKER,   GEORGE    WASHINGTON  97 

1AKER.   GEORGE   WASHINGTON,    JR  97 

AKER,  HENRY  F '470 

AKER,   JESSE  MERRIT    '.  07 

AKER,    JOSEPH qi 

AKER,   NELSON    '    2}s 


BAKER,  THOMAS  . 

BAKER,  WILLIAM  GEORGE  . 

BALL,  JAMES   H 

BALL,   JOHN    PRICE    .  ™ 

BALLANTYNE,  JOHN  T 
BALLANTYNE,  RICHARD 
BALLANTYNE,   RICHARD   ALANDO  " 
BALLANTYNE,   THOMAS  H.    . 
BALLARD,  HENRY    .... 
BALLARD,  HENRY  WILLIAM   . 
BALLARD,  WILLIAM    . 
BALLE,   CHRISTIAN  THOMPSON 
BALLE,  JENS   THOMPSON 

BALLS,  JOHN    

BALLS,  WILLIAM    . 

BALSER,  JOHN    

BANKHEAD,  GEORGE   H.    . 

BANKS,  WILLIAM  F.   BROOMHEAE."  4,, 


419 

BARDSLEY,  GEORGE" 

BARKER,  BYRON  .  , 


185 

572 


BARKER,  CHARLES  . 

BARKER,  CHARLES  W.  .  .....  ?™ 

BARKER,  DESMOND  JAMES 
BARKER,  GEORGE  ...... 

BARKER,  GEORGE  BYRON 

BARKER,  GEORGE  SIMON  . 

BARKER,  GEORGE  SIMON,  JR 

BARKER,  JAMES  .  .  . 

BARKER,  JAMES  .  .............  ,55 

BARKER,  JAMES  JOHN 

BARKER,  JOHN  HENRY  ......  699 

BARKER.  JOHN  HENRY  N.  ' 


699 


BARKER,   SIMON  .  ..........    ,  ™ 

BARLOW,  EDWARD    . 

BARLOW,  ISRAEL,  I. 

BARLOW,  ISRAEL,  II  ..............    iS 

BARLOW,  ISRAEL,  III.    '. 

BARLOW,  JAMES    ...  .......    i™ 

BARLOW,  JAMES   OSWALD  " 

BARLOW,  JOHN  .......  ......    ?2° 

BARLOW,  JOSEPH   . 
BARLOW,   OSWALD    . 
BARLOW,   THOMAS    ... 


... 

BARLOW,  TRUMAN  H.  . 

BARLOW,  WALKER  .  '  „, 

BARNES,  MARK  ..... 
BARNETT,  GEORGE  .  .  . 
BARNEY,  JAMES  HENRY  . 

BARNEY,  JOHN  HENRY  ...  '  ?« 

BARNEY,  JOSEPH  S  ......  '"Inn 

BARNEY,  NEPHI  . 

BARNEY,  ROYAL  .... 

BARNHURST,  SAMUEL  .  . 

BARNHURST,  SAMUEL  JAMES 

BARRACLOUGH,  JOHN 

BARRETT,  C.  H.  .  .  .       '  X— 

BARRUS,  BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN" 

BARRUS,  EMERY  ..... 

BARRUS,  EMERY  F.  . 

BARRUS,  RUEL  ....... 

BARTCH,  GEORGE  W.  .  RR, 

BARTHOLOMEW,  HENRY  . 

BARTHOLOMEW,  JOHN 

BARTHOLOMEW,  JOSEPH  . 

BARTHOLOMEW,  MERLIN  J 

BARTLETT,  CHARLES  BART 

BARTLETT,  CHARLES  CLAYMORE".' 

BARTON,  ISAAC  ....... 

BARTON,  JOHN  ....... 

BARTON,   JOSEPH    . 

BARTON,   WILLIAM   . 

BARTON,  WILLIAM  B.    . 

BASCOM,  IRA   KIMBALL 

BASCOM,  JOEL  ALMON   . 

BASCOM,  JOEL  ALMON    JR 

BASSETT.   CHARLES   HENRY  '    <ini 

BASSETT,   THOMAS     .  ««, 

BASSETT,  THOMAS  E.   . 
'BASTIAN,   GEARSEN   S     . 

BASTIAN,   JACOB  SANDER  .  470 

BATE,  W.  A  ........  xor 

BATE,  WILLIAM  ____ 

BATEMAN,  WILLIAM  LEHI   . 

BATES,  JOSEPH  W.    .  '    ,70 

BATES,  JOSEPH  W.    .  '    ,70 

BATES,  ORMUS  E  ..........  27S 

BATH,  WILLIAM  ........ 

BATTY,  MILES    ..................  »42 

BATTY,    MILES   M  .............. 

BATY,    THOMAS     .......  r,r 

BAITM,  GEORGE     .......... 

BAIJM,   ISAAC      ............  244 

BAUM,  JACOB  HARRIS    . 

BAXTER,  JOHN     ..............  ............    j 


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BAXTER,  JOHN    ROBE     646 

BAXTER,  JOSEPH    WILLIAM    197 

BAXTER,  ZIMRI    HAFFORD     197 

BEACH,  AARON  W 118 

BEACH,   FRANCIS    HENRY     118 

BEACH,  LYMAN    SMITH    118 

BEACH.   NATHANIEL    118 

BEAL,  GEORGE    A 197 

BEAL,   IRA   ALLEN    150 

BEAL,  HENRY     197 

BEAL,  JOHN     197 

BEAL,  JOHN,    JR 198 

BEAL,  JOHN    ALMA    150 

BEAL,   NEWELL    KNIGHT     150 

BEAL,  WILLIAM     150 

BEAN,  GEORGE  WASHINGTON    . 147 

BEAN,  JAMES     147 

BEAN',  JAMES  ADDISON    147 

BEAN,  JAMES  WILLIAM   147 

BEAN.  JOSEPH     489 

BEAN,  LEO    ALBERT    '.  147 

BEAN,  VIRGINIUS      147 

BEARD,  THOMAS      548 

BEATIE,  HAMPTON  SIDNEY    181 

BEATIE,  W.    J 181 

BEAUREGARD,  CHRISTIAN  PETER   553 

BEAUREGARD,  MARINUS     553 

BEAUREGARD,    MARINUS  DENNIS    554 

BECK,  ANDERS 617 

BECKSTEAD,  ALEXANDER    181 

BECKSTEAD,   FRANK    182 

BECKSTEAD,  GORDON  SILAS   182 

BECKSTEAD,  HENRY 181 

BECKSTEAD,  HEXRY    BYRAM    181 

BEDDO,   JAMES    301 

BEESLEY,  EBENEZER   486 

BELCHER,   EDWARD    EVERETT     301 

BELCHER,  EDWARD    HARVEY    301 

BELL,  ALFRED    279 

BELL,  ELI    J 279 

BELL,  HERBERT    HORACE    301 

BELL,   THOMAS    301 

BELL,  WILLIAM    MILTON    279 

BELLISTON,  JAMES    THOMAS     372 

BELLISTON,  THOMAS     372 

BELNAP,  AMASA     222 

BELNAP,  AUGUSTUS  WEBER  KNIGHT 222 

BELNAP,  FRANCIS  MARION    222 

BELNAP,  WILLIAM  JAMES    222 

BELNAP,  GILBERT    221 

BELNAP,  GILBERT   ROSEL    221 

BELNAP,  HYRUM     221 

BELNAP,  JOSEPH     221 

BELNAP,   OLIVER     222 

BELNAP,  REUBEN     221 

BELNAP,  VINSON    K 222 

BENEDICT,  DR.  CHAUNCY  MOTT   677 

BENEDICT,  DR.  FRANCIS    DENTON    677 

BENEDICT,  FRANCIS    KNAPP    677 

BENEDICT,  JOSEPH    MOTT    677 

BENNETT,   BENJAMIN     492 

BENNETT,   EDWARD     700 

BEXNETT,  GEORGE     301 

BENNETT,  JOHN     302 

BENNETT,   JOHN     492 

BEXNETT,   SAMUEL     492 

BENNION,  DAVID     106 

BENNION,  JOHN     105 

BENNION,   SAMUEL  ROBERTS    105 

BEXSON,   BRIGHAM   YOUNG    54 

BENSON,  EZRA    TAFT    54 

BENSON,  GEORGE   TAFT    64 

BENSON,  JEROME      302 

BENSON,  JOHN  IRVEN    556 

BEXSON,  NELS    556 

BENSOX,   NELS    ERNEST    55« 

BENSON,  YEPPA     380 

BENSON,  YEPPA,  JR 380 

BENZON,  ANDREW  BECK    550 

BERG.  OLE  H 628 

BERGLUND,  CARL  F 604 

BERGLUND,  OSCAR    B 604 

BERLIPS,  LOUIS     417 

BERNHISEL,   JOHN  MILTON    150 

BERNHISEL.  JOHN  MILTON    150 

BERRETT,  ALFRED     302 

BERRETT,  MARLON    302 

BERRETT,  RICHARD  THOMAS   186 

BERRETT,  ROBERT     186 

BERRETT,  ROBERT    GRIFFIN    186 

BERRETT,   SAMUEL    F.    186 

BERRY.   CHARLES    A 186 

BERRY,  JOHN    M 187 

BERRY,  JOHN    WILLIAM    701 

BERRY,  JOHN   WILLIAM    187 

BERRY,  WILLIAM    SHANKS    187 

BERTOCH,   DAXIEL      414 


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BERTOCH,  JAMES     418 

BEST,  ALFRED      279 

BEST,  EZRA   0 279 

BEUS,  MICHAEL   446 

BEUS,  PAUL    446 

SEVAN,  JAMES    67 

SEVAN,  JOHN   A.    67 

BICKINGTON,  WILLIAM    384 

BIDDLE,  WILLIAM    ALFRED    564 

BIDDLE,  WILLIAM   GANDER    564 

BIDWELL,  JOSEPH,    JR 244 

BIGELOW,  DANIEL 229 

BIGGS,  JOHN    538 

BIGLER,  ADAM  C 493 

BIGLER,  DON  MANGUM    302 

BIGLER,  JACOB    G 302 

BILLIXGS,  ALFRED  NELSON    164 

BILLINGS,  WARREN  FRANK    164 

BILLS,  GORDON   SILAS    157 

BILLS,  JAMES    245 

BILLS,  WESLEY    244 

BILLS,  WILLIAM  ANDREW 157 

BING,  WILLIAM    SHERMAN    691 

BINGHAM,  ADAM  ARANTHON    76 

BINGHAM,  BRIGHAM   HEBER    77 

BINGHAM,   BRIGHAM  HEBER,  JR 77 

BINGHAM,  EDWIN   ALDOUS    77 

BINGHAM,  ERASTUS     76 

BINGHAM,  ERASTUS,  JR 76 

BINGHAM,  ERASTUS   PERRY    76 

BINGHAM,  FREDERICK    GFROERER    68 

BINGHAM,  HEBER    RAYMOND    77 

BINGHAM,  JOHN     77 

BINGHAM,  PARLEY    PRATT    76 

BINGHAM,  PERRY    ALANSON    76 

BINGHAM,   SANFORD    76 

BINGHAM,  THOMAS     67 

BINGHAM,  THOMAS     68 

BINGHAM,  WILLARD    76 

BIRCH,  JONAH    619 

BIRCH,  RICHARD     619 

BIRCUMSHAW,   JOSEPH     617 

BIRCUMSHAW.  THOMAS    698 

BIRD,  BRADFORD  K 232 

BIRD,  CHARLES    232 

BIRD,  CLARENCE     302 

BIRD,  EDMUND     245 

BIRD,  JAMES    245 

BIRD,  JAMES    302 

BIRD,  ROSWELL  DARIUS   232 

BIRD,  TAYLOR  REAVES    302 

BIRKBECK,  RICHARD  R 245 

BISHOP,   FRANCIS  M 677 

BISHOP,  WILLIAM   428 

BISHOP,  WILLIAM    H 165 

BITNER,   BREXEMAN  B 198 

BITTER,  JOSEPH    532 

BITTER,  TRAUGOTT      531 

BITTON,  JOHN     653 

BJORK,  WILLIAM     639 

BLACK,  ALVIN    180 

BLACK,  AVERNO    THOMPSON    218 

BLACK,  CHARLES    JEFFERSON    75 

BLACK,  GEORGE    217 

BLACK,  GEORGE    DAVID    75 

BLACK,  ISAAC    E 180 

BLACK,  JOSEPH    ALONZO    595 

BLACK,  JOSEPH    HENDERSON    595 

BLACK,  JOSEPH    S 217 

BLACK,  MARTIN    LUTHER    180 

BLACK,  PETER  THOMPSON    217 

BLACK,  WILLIAM     217 

BLACK,  WILLIAM    MORELY    180 

BLACK,  WILLIAM   V 217 

BLACK,  WILLIAM  V.,  JR 217 

BLACKBURN,  ELIAS  HICKS    198 

BLACKBURN,  JEHU,    JR 87 

BLAIR,  JEDEDIAH    MILLIXGTON     245 

BLAIR,   SETH    MILLINGTON    245 

BLAKE,  BENJAMIN  FREDERICK    303 

BLAKE,  THOMAS    671 

BLAKE,  WILLIAM    607 

BLANCHARD,  ALMA    MORONI    303 

BLANCHARD,  ALMA  MORONI,  JR 303 

BLANCHARD,  ASEPH      303 

BLASER,  AUGUSTUS  FREDRICK 671 

BLASER,  FREDRICK     671 

BLISS,  NORMAN   INGLES    132 

BLISS,  NORMAN   INGLES,    JR 133 

BLODGETT,  GREENLEAF   245 

BLODGETT,  NEWMAN  GREENLEAF    245 

BLUNCK,  HENRY  C 671 

BOARDMAN,  ROBERT     621 

BOARDMAN,  ROBERT,  JR 621 

BODELL,  JOSEPH     479 

BODELL,  JOSEPH  SAMUEL   479 

BODELL.  JOSEPH  SAMUEL  HEXRY 479 


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BOND,  JESSE    435 

BOND,   WILLIAM      459 

BOND,   WILLIAM 496 

BONNETT,  JOHN  JAMES    430 

BOOTH,  ALFRED  LEWIS 467 

BOOTH.  HIRAM  EVANS   684 

BOOTH,  JOHN  EDGE 466 

BOOTH,  RICHARD  THORNTON 466 

BOOTHE,   HENRY    279 

BOOTHE,  LEWIS  N 279 

BOOTHE,  MORRIS   ARTEMUS    279 

BOOTHE,  WILLIS   HENRY    279 

BOREN,  WILLIAM   JASPER    280 

BOREN,  WILLIAM   JASPER,    JR 280 

BORG,   OLE   PETER    600 

BORUP,   PETER   520 

BORUP,  PETER,    JR 520 

BOUCK,   JOHN  A 119 

BOUCK,  WILLIAM  C 119 

BOURNE,   JOHN  A 446 

BOURNE,   THOMAS  B 446 

BOWEN,   CACEY  POTTER   .  .' 198 

BOWEN,   CACEY  POTTER,  JR 198 

BOWEN,  DAVID    458 

BOWEN.   GEORGE  FOSTER 458 

BOWERS,   ISAAC    446 

BOWERS.   ISAIAH    699 

BOWLDEN,   JAMES    609 

BOWLES,  EDWARD    451 

BOWLES.   SAMUEL  CLIFFORD    451 

BOWLES,   THOMAS    451 

BOWLES,   THOMAS  EDWARD    451 

BOWMAN,   HYRUM  W , 294 

BOWMAN,   JOHN  F 684 

BOWRING.  HENRY   EBENEZER    653 

BOWTHORPE,  WILLIAM    373 

BOWTHORPE,  WILLIAM    372 

BOYACK,  JAMES    430 

BOYACK,   JAMES,    JR 430 

BOYACK.   JAMES  A 430 

BOYCE,  JOHN   230 

BOYCE,  JOHN    303 

BOYCE,  JOSEPH  YOUNG 303 

BOYCE,   LEANDER    M 303 

BOYD,  GEORGE   ALFRED    595 

BOYD,  GEORGE   W 596 

BOYD,   SAMUEL  M 596 

BOYDEN,   CHARLES    -. 503 

BOYLE,  HENRY   G 131 

BOYLE,  PETER  ADAMS    424 

BOYLE,  WILLIAM  HENRY    131 

BOYLE,  WILLIAM  WALLACE    424 

lYINGTON.   JOSEPH  H 62 

YNTON,  JOSEPH    H 303 

IRACKEN,   JAMES  BENNETT    303 

BRACKEN,   ORLANDO   HENRY    304 

3RACKEN,  WILLIAM,  JR 304 

BRADFORD.   CHARLES  UNION   91 

BRADFORD,  LARKIN  H 613 

BRADFORD,   PLEASANT  SPRAGUE 91 

BRADFORD,  ROBERT    JOHN    92 

RADFORD,   SYLVESTER    92 

iRADLEY,   AMOS  ALMA    165 

iRADSHAW,   R.  H '. 653 

RAFFETT,  MARK  P 684 

RANCH,  EUGENE  ELISHA 236 

RANCH,  EUGENE    ELISHA,    JR 236 

RANCH,  WILLIAM  HENRY    236 

RANCH,  WILLIAM  HENRY,    JR 236 

RANSFORD,   JOHN  SAMUEL   687 

RENCHLEY,   RICHARD     522 

RIDEWELL,  GEORGE  M 681 

RIDGER,  JIM    126 

RIDGES,  CHARLES  HENRY 611 

RIDGES,  HENRY  MALLION 611 

RIGHT,  ISAAC  PRESTON    304 

J.GHT,  JOHN   304 

RIGGS,  GEORGE    671 

RIGGS,   GEORGE,  JR 671 

RIGGS,  GEORGE   ALBERT    454 

J.GGS,  JAMES    454 

IGGS.  JOHN   454 

IM,  ALFRED  WALLACE   304 

!M,  ALONZO  ADELBERT    304 

IMHALL,  GEORGE  HENRY   198 

MHALL,  GEORGE  WASHINGTON    198 

INGHURST,  JOHN   FRANK    106 

JNGHURST,   SAMUEL    106 

^INGHURST,  WILLIAM   106 

^INGHURST,  WILLIAM  A 106 

UNKERHOFF,  GEORGE    246 

UNKERHOFF,  JAMES    .  '. 245 

USCOE,   GAMELIEL    640 

UTTON,  RICHARD    280 

IOADBENT,  DAVID  ALBERT   558 

IOADBENT,  JOSEPH    487 

tOADBENT,   JOSEPH   SAMUEL    487 

OADBENT,  LEVI    304 


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BROADBENT,  THOMAS 558 

BROADHEAD,  DAVID    361 

BROADHEAD,  ROBERT   361 

BROCKBANK,   ALMA  P 305 

BROCKBANK,  HEBER    P 305 

BROCKBANK,  ISAAC 304 

BROCKBANK,  ISAAC.   JR 304 

BRODERICK,  ALFRED  JOSEPH    4  36 

BROMLEY,  WILLIAM    622 

BROOKS,   CHARLES  P 687 

BROOKS,  GEORGE  FINLY 454 

BROOM,  JOHN     389 

BROUGH,  GEORGE 305 

BROUGH,  GEORGE  W 305 

BROWN,  ABIA    WILLIAM    535 

BROWN,  ABRAHAM    (ABRAM)    305 

BROWN,  ALBERT    577 

BROWN,  AUSTIN  CRAVATH    222 

BROWN,   BARTLETT    198 

BROWN,   BENJAMIN    133 

BROWN,  CHARLES  DAVID   68 

BROWN,  DANIEL    68 

BROWN,   EARNEST  PORTER   69 

BROWN    EBENEZER   112 

BROWN,   EDWARD  MUMFORD    133 

BROWN,   E.    W 69 

BROWN,   FRANCIS  A 68 

BROWN,   GEORGE  ALBERT    506 

BROWN,  GEORGE    (WASHINGTON)    54 

BROWN,  HENRY   ALONZO    69 

BROWN,  HENRY  W 363 

BROWN,  HENRY  WILLIAM  EVANS    556 

BROWN,   ISAAC    NATHANIEL    54 

BROWN,   JAMES     68 

BROWN,  JAMES   A .'.  .  .    636 

BROWN,  JAMES    L 65 

BROWN,  JAMES  M 68 

BROWN,  JAMES  POLLY 69 

BROWN,   JAMES   STEPHENS    127 

BROWN,  JAMES  W 68 

BROWN,   JOHN 55 

BROWN,  JOHN  FRANKLIN 112 

BROWN,  DR.  JOHN  ZIMMERMAN    55 

BROWN,   JOSEPH  GUERNSEY   112 

BROWN,  LORENZO     133 

BROWN,  MORONI    69 

BROWN,  MORONI  F.    68 

BROWN,   NEWELL  ABRAHAM 305 

BROWN,  PHILANDER 505 

BROWN,   RICHARD   DANIELS    605 

BROWN,  RICHARD  DANIELS,  JR 606 

BROWN,   ROBERT 556 

BROWN,  ROBERT  H 165 

BROWN,   SAMUEL  JAMES   578 

BROWN,  THOMAS  B 428 

BROWN,  WILLIAM 647 

BROWN,  WILLIAM  THOMAS    305 

BROWNELL,  RUSSELL  GIDEON    182 

BROWNING,  DAVID  E 305 

BROWNING,   GEORGE  A 246 

BROWNING,  JAMES  GREENE   246 

BRUNSON,  LEWIS    280 

BRUNSON,  PETER  LORENZO    280 

BRUNSON,   SEYMOUR   305 

BRUNSON,   SEYMOUR  E   306 

BRYCE,   EBENEZER    218 

BRYNER,  ALBERT   475 

BRYNER,   HANS  ULRICH    475 

BRYNER,  HANS  ULRICH.  JR 475 

BUCHANAN,  ARCHIBALD  W 306 

BUCHANAN,   ARCHIBALD  W.,    JR 306 

BUCK,  CHARLES     621 

BUCK,  WILLIAM  HENRY    621 

BUCKLE,   GEORGE      701 

BUDD,   CHARLES 493 

BUDD,  GEORGE 493 

BUELL,  NORMON  OLIVER    165 

BUHLER,  GOTTFRIED  F 672 

BUHLER,  ULRICH    671 

BULL,  DANIEL 198 

BULLARD,  EZRA  NELSON   306 

BULLARD,   JOHN  ELLIS 306 

BULLEN,  HERSCHEL   165 

BULLEN,  HERSCHEL,    JR 165 

BULLEN,  LORENZO  H 1 65 

BULLEN,  NEWELL    165 

BULLEN,   NEWELL,  JR 165 

BULLOCH,  DAVID   280 

BULLOCH,  DAVID  COTTLE    280 

BULLOCH,  WARREN 280 

BULLOCK,  ALEXANDER    133 

BULLOCK,   BENJAMIN  HART    306 

BULLOCK,   BENJAMIN   KIMBALL    306 

BULLOCK.   FRANCIS  ALONZO   55 

BULLOCK,  HENRY 653 

BULLOCK,   ISAAC    306 

BULLOCK,  JAMES 663 

BULLOCK,  THOMAS   65 


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BULT,  ROBERT  573 

BULT,  ROBERT  S 

BULT,  THOMAS '479 

BUNCE,  LEWIS  DEMOTT  . .  306 

BUNE,   GEORGE    

BUNE,  JAMES '  '    654 

BUNNELL,  DANIEL  KIMBALL   '.'.  .'  307 

BUNNELL,  DAVID  EDWIN 307 

BUNNELL,   GEORGE  HENRY '    307 

BUNNELL,   SAMUEL  DAVID . . ,    307 

BUNNELL,   SAMUEL  GARDNER   307 

BUNNELL,   STEPHEN  ITHAMAR 307 

BUNOT,   JOSEPH  AIME  AUGUST    520 

BURBANK,   DANIEL   M 307 

BURBIDGE,  JESSE  RHODES    399 

BURCH,  JAMES    141 

BURCH,  ROBERT  McCLELLAN 141 

BURCH,  WILLIAM    141 

BURGESS,   ERNEST    HUNGATE    240 

BURGESS,  GEORGE  MARTIN 240 

BURGESS,  WILLIAM,   JR 133 

BURGESS,  WILMER     133 

BURGON,  WILLARD   C 672 

BURGOTNE,  EDWARD    539 

BURKE,  CHARLES      453 

BURKE,  CHARLES  PETER   453 

BURKE,  JAMES    J 687 

BURNETT,  DAVID     520 

BURNETT,  DAVID    520 

BURNETT,  WILLIAM     520 

BURNHAM,  WALLACE  KENDALL   133 

BURNINGHAM,  JAMES     530 

BURNS,  CHARLES    639 

BURNS,   CHARLES,  JR 639 

BURNS,  ENOCH     246 

BURRASTON,  JOHN     307 

BURRIDGE,  GEORGE  WILCOX   430 

BURRIDGE,  THOMAS   LORENZO    430 

BURROWS,  JAMES   BASCOM    672 

BURRUP,  JAMES     654 

BURT,  JAMES 569 

BURT,  JAMES,  JR 569 

BURT,  JOHN     , 569 

BURT,  PETER    G 569 

BURTON,  CHARLES  H 281 

BURTON,  EPHRAIM    FIELDING     397 

BURTON,  GEORGE  FIELDING    397 

BURTON,  GEORGE  0 308 

BURTON,  HEBER    FIELDING    397 

BURTON,  JAMES  F 396 

BURTON,  JOHN   307 

BURTON.  JOSEPH  F 459 

BURTON,  JOSEPH  FIELDING   396 

BURTON,  REUBEN  FIELDING    397 

BURTON,  ROBERT  IBBOTSON    397 

BURTON,  ROBERT   TAYLOR    139 

BURTON,  ROBERT  WALTON      280 

BURTON,  THOMAS   FIELDING    397 

BURTON,  WILFORD    FIELDING     397 

BURTON,  WILLIAM    , 139 

BURTON,  WILLIAM   FIELDING    396 

BURTON,  WILLIAM  L 460 

BURTON,  WILLIAM    SHIPLEY    140 

BURTON,  WILLIAM    WALTON    396 

BUSH,  HENRY    ISAAC    436 

BUSH,  JAMES  HUMPHRIES   436 

BUSH,  WILLIAM  JAMES    700 

BUSHMAN,  HOMER   FREDERICK    271 

BUSHMAN,  HOMER  FREDERICK,  JR 271 

BUSHMAN,  JACOB    271 

BUSHMAN,  JOHN    271 

BUSHMAN,  MARTIN    271 

BUSHMAN,  MARTIN  BENJAMIN    271 

BUTCHER,  GEORGE     363 

BUTLER,  ALVA     473 

BUTLER,  ALVA  J 474 

BUTLER,  DAVID      654 

BUTLER,  EDWIN    WILLIAM    308 

BUTLER,  JOHN  DAVID    654 

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BUTTERFIELD,  ALMON    T 187 

BUTTERFIELD,   SAMUEL     188 

BUTTERFIELD,  THOMAS     187 

BUTTERFIELD,  THOMAS,  JR 187 

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BUTTERWORTH,   EDWIN   F 410 

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CALL,  ANSON  VASCO,   JR 146 

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CASE,  HENRY    640 

CASPAR,  WILLIAM  W 55 

CASPKR,  DUNCAN  SPEARS  424 

CASPER,  JAMES  MORONI   113 

CASPER,  WILLIAM  NEPHI   113 

CASPER,  WILLIAM  WALLACE  112 

CASTLETON,  JAMES  JOSEPH  647 

CATROW,  HENRY 688 

CAZIER,  BENJAMIN   271 

CAZIER,  CHARLES  DRAKE  273 

CAZIER,  CHARLES  GATES   274 

CAZIER,  WILLIAM    273 

CHADWICK,  ADAM    475 

CHADWICK,  JOSEPH  A.  .  . .  : 475 

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CHAMBERLAIN,  THOMAS  ROSCOE 384 

CHAMBERS,  ALMA  DUFFIN  373 

CHAMBERS,  GEORGE  SPENCER  493 

CHAMBERS,  JOHN  GARRATT  373 

'.CHAMBERS,  NATHANIEL  GEORGE  493 

CHANDLER,  STEPHEN  G 672 

HAPPLE,  WILLIAM    654 

^HARD,  DAVID  309 

'•HARD,  DAVID  E 309 

"•HARD,  HENRY  T 309 

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HASE,  EZRA    141 

:HASE,  FRANK  LESLEY  97 

"HASE.  GEORGE  OGDEN  97 

HASE,  ISAAC  97 

:HASE,  JOHN  DARWIN  113 

HATELAIN,  ALEXANDER    455 

"HATELAIN,  PETER  LOUIS  455 

'HATTERLEY,  JOHN  281 

HATTERTON,  WILLIAM  THOMAS 577 

HATWIN,  JOSEPH  ISAAC   310 

HATWIN,  WILLIAM    309 

HEEVER,  HENRY  ALBERT  232 

HENEY,  ELAM   75 

HHXKY,  EZEKIEL  WELLS   384 

HERRY,  AARON  BENJAMIN  119 

HERRY,  EBENEZER  GRIFFIN  119 

HERRY,  JOHN  JAMES  119 

HERRY,  JOHN  JAMES,  JR 119 

HERRY,  JOSEPH    119 

HESHIRE,  THOMAS    596 

HESLETT,  HERBERT  460 

HESLETT,  JOHN    666 

HESLEY.  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER  56 

HIDESTER,  JOHN  FOY  246 

HIDESTER,  JOHN  PECK 246 

IHILD,  AUSTIN  WILDER  282 

HILD,  JOHN  369 

HILD,  JOHN  C 281 

HILD,  MYRON  BARBER  281 

jHILD,  ORVILLE  RENSSELAER  310 

JHILD,  ORVILLE  RENSSELAER,  JR 310 

|HILD,  THOMAS  310 

IHILD,  WARREN  GOULD  281 

ILD,  WARREN  GOULD,  JR 282 

ILD,  WILLIAM  W 281 

IPMAN,  JAMES   87 

IPMAN,  STEPHEN  87 

IPMAN,  WASHBURN  87 

IPMAN,  WILLIAM  HENRY  88 

ISHOLM,  WILLIAM  WALLACE  .  .613 

ISLETT,  JAMES  77 

ITTOCK,  SAMUEL, 651 

RISTENSEN,  A.  C 545 

RISTENSEN,  ANDREW 507 

UISTENSEN,  ANTHONY  545 

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RISTENSEN,  JENS  MOLLER    .  635 

RISTENSEN.  JOHN 554 

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RISTENSEN,   LEHI  PETER   533 

RISTENSEN,   NIELS    604 

RISTENSEN,  NIELS  C 546 

RISTENSEN,  NIELS  PETER   .636 

RISTENSEN,  PETER    533 

RISTENSEN.   PETER    539 

RISTENSEN.   PETER    CHRISTEN    .                                   .  539 

RISTENSEN,   RASMUS   364 

RISTENSEN,  RASMUS    H 364 

KISTENSEN,  WILFORD  M 510 

MPTIANSEN,   LARS    CHRISTIAN    .  470 

UISTIANSEN,    SOREN     408 

HISTIANSON.   CHRISTIAN  PETER    ...  520 

RISTIANSON,   FREDERICK    JULIUS    429 


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CHRISTIANSON,    FREDERICK    J.,    JR 429 

CHRISTIANSON,   JAMES 654 

CHUGG,   MORONI 672 

CHUGG,   WILLIAM     562 

CHUGG.    WILLIAM    JOHN     562 

CHURCH,   HADEN    WELLS    69 

CHURCH,   HADEN   WELLS,    JR 69 

CHURCH,   HADEN    WELLS.    Ill 70 

CLARK,   BENJAMIN  THOMAS    373 

CLARK,   CHARLES  RICH    166 

CLARK,   DAVID     475 

CLARK,   EDWARD  WATKIN   654 

CLARK,   EVAN   0 672 

CLARK,   EZRA    T 166 

CLARK,   EZRA    THOMPSON    166 

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CLARK,   GEORGE   AMASA    166 

CLARK,   GEORGE  SHEFFER 65 

CLARK,  HARVEY     102 

CLARK,    ISAAC     199 

CLARK,   ISAAC    G 199 

CLARK,   ISAAC    L, 199 

CLARK,  ISRAEL    JUSTICE    167 

CLARK,  JAMES    625 

CLARK,   JAMES    166 

CLARK,   JASON  EDWARD    102 

CLARK,  JOHN    426 

CLARK,  JOHN   E 654 

CLARK,  JOHN  MATTHEW    282 

CLARK,  JOHN  WILLIAM   310 

CLARK.   JOHN  WILLIAM,   JR 310 

CLARK,  JOSEPH     151 

CLARK,  JOSEPH,    JR 151 

CLARK,  JOSEPH  SMITH,  JR 166 

CLARK,  MARION    CHARLES     166 

CLARK,   MICHAEL    475 

CLARK,    SAMUEL     151 

CLARK,   WALLACE     166 

CLARK,   WILFORD    W 166 

CLARK,  WILLIAM     310 

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CLARK,  WILLIAM   H 70 

CLARK.   WILLIAM    WHEELER     310 

CLARKE,  AMOS    622 

CLARKE.   FRANCIS     516 

CLARKE,   SAMUEL  THOMAS    622 

CLAWSON,  HIRAM    BRADLEY    167 

CLAWSON,   RUDGER    167 

CLAWSON,   SPENCER     167 

CLAYTON,  ARCHER  WALTERS    52 

CLAYTON,   J.    E 688 

CLAYTON,   JOHN     655 

CLAYTON,    NEPHI    WILLARD    ,..      51 

CLAYTON,   WILLIAM     51 

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CLEGG,   FRED  L 428 

CLEGG.  HENRY 428 

CLEGG,   PETER   McINTYRE    188 

CLEGG.   WILLIAM  JONATHAN    428 

CLEMENTS,  ALBERT    NEPHI    310 

CLEMENTS,   JOSEPH    436 

CLIFT,   GEORGE    A 229 

CLIFT,  GEORGE  A.,  JR 229 

CLIFT,  GEORGE  W.    229 

CLIFTON,  JOHN    694 

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CLINGER,   JAMES    HENRY    311 

CLINTON.   JETER    246 

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CLUFF,   DAVID    232 

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CLUFF,   HARVEY    HARRIS     233 

CLUFF,   SAMUEL  S 233 

CLUFF,   WILLIAM   WALLACE    2?S 

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COFFIN.   NATHAN    SAMUEL    311 

COLBATH,   LEMUEL    U 688 

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COLE,   MORONI     246 

COLE.    WILLIAM   R 655 

COLEBROOK,   CHARLES     282 

COLEBROOK,    CHARLES.   JR 282 

COLEMAN,  GEORGE     311 

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COLEMAN.  GEORGE    S 311 

COLEMAN,   HENRY   THRELKELD    614 

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COLLETT.   REUBEN   SAMUEL    200 

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COLLINGS,  RICHARD     457 

COLLINGS,  JAMES    500 

COLLINGS,  JAMES,    JR 500 

COLLINS,  JOHN    THOMAS    567 

COLTON,   BYRON    OLIVER    113 

COLTON,   BYRON  OWEN    113 

COLTON,  DON  BYRON   113 

COLTON,  PHILANDER    113 

COLTON,   STERLING   DRIGGS    113 

COLTRIN,  ETHER    247 

COLTRIN,  HEMAN    56 

COLTRIN,  HENRY   C 247 

COLTRIN,  ZEBEDEE   56 

COLVIN.   LEVI  ALEXANDER    216 

COLVIN,  LEVI   ORSON    ALAMANDER    216 

COMER,   GEORGE    622 

COMISH,  JOHN     425 

COMISH,  WILLIAM    425 

CONDER,   EDWARD    247 

CONDIE,  GIBSON     247 

CONDIE,   JOHN    W 311 

CONDRON,  JOHN    691 

CONLEY,   SOLOMON   N 66 

CONNELL,  WILLIAM    F 599 

CONNELL,  WILLIAM  SAMUEL   582 

CONNOR,  GEN.  PATRICK  EDWARD   569 

CONOVER  (COWNOVER),  PETER  W 151 

COOK,   CHAUNCEY  HARVEY 151 

COOK,  GEORGE  ELISHA    644 

COOK,  HENRY   FREEMAN    311 

COOK,  JAMES    M 672 

COOK,  JOHN    530 

COOK,  KIB    167 

COOK,  LUKE    376 

COOK,   MELVIN    D 596 

COOK,   PHINEAS   W 167 

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COOKE,  BENJAMIN   HENRY    599 

COOKE.  HENRY     599 

COOLEY,  ANDREW    W 614 

COOMBS.  DAVID    606 

COOMBS,  GEORGE     606 

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COON,  ISAAC    224 

COON,  ISAAC   W 224 

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COON,  JOHN    224 

COON,   JOHN  A 224 

COON,   JOSEPH    224 

COOPER,   FREDERICK  ALFRED   538 

COOPED,  ISAAC    D 167 

COOPER,  JOHN    455 

COPE.   THOMAS   HENRY    368 

CORAY,  HOWARD     241 

CORAY,   HOWARD  KNOWLTON    242 

CORBETT,  DANIEL    200 

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COTTAM,  JOHN    369 

COTTAM,  THOMAS    369 

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COTTLE,  THOMAS  E 632 

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COTTRELL,  RAPHAEL  H.  K 679 

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COULAM,  HENRY,   JR 182 

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COULT,  JAMES    E 492 

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COVEY,  HYRUM     141 

COVEY,  WILLIAM    BENJAMIN    141 

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COWAN,  JOHN  M 247 

COWLEY,  CHARLES  CAESAR   247 

COWLEY.   CHARLES   CAESAR,    JR 247 

COWLEY,  EPHRAIM    ALBERT    248 

COWLEY,  JOSEPH    CURTIS    247 

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COX,  DELAUN    MILLS    102 

COX,  EDWARD     508 

COX,  ELIAS     151 

COX,  HENRY     624 

COX,   JACOB     224 


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COX,  JEHU    151 

COX,  JOHN     70 

COX.  LEVI   ASHTON    590 

COX,  ORVILLE    SOUTHERLAND    102 

COX,  ROBERT   H 690 

COZZINS,  JOHN     450 

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CRABTREE.  CHARLES   SAMUEL    385 

CRAGHEAD,  THOMAS    L.    442 

CRAGUX,  ELISHA     222 

CRAGUN,  JAMES   R 222 

CRAGUN,  WILEY   G 702 

CRANDALL,  MARTIN    P. 213 

CRANDALL,  MYRON  EDGAR   213 

CRANDALL,  MYRON   LUCIUS    213 

CRANDALL,  MYRON  NATHAN    213 

CRAXDALL,  SPICER   W 241 

CRANE,  A.    J 632 

CRANE,  ELIAS     465 

CRANE,  ELIAS    WILLIAM     465 

CRANE,  JOHN   L 632 

CRANER,  GEORGE     655 

CRAXER,  JOHN  JENKINS 655 

CRAXNEY,  HYRUM    KING    545 

CRANNEY,  WILLIAM    DUANE    545 

CRAWFORD,  JAMES     265 

CRAWFORD,  JEDEDIAH    GRANT     265 

CREER,   EDWARD     413 

CREER,  EDWARD,  JR 413 

CREER,  WILLARD  ORSON   413 

CRIDDLE,  CHARLES     631 

CRIDDLE,  GEORGE     573 

CRIDDLE,  HENRY      631 

CRIDDLE,  W.  EDWARD   574 

CRISMON,  CHARLES      9 

CRISMON,  CHARLES,   JR 9 

CRISMON,  GEORGE    9 

CRITCHFIELD,  LEWIS  ABRAHAM    54 

CRITCHFIELD,  WILLIAM  A.    54 

CRITCHLOW,  BENJAMIN    C 26 

CRITCHLOW,  BENJAMIN   P 26 

CRITCHLOW,  EDWARD  B 684 

CRITCHLOW,  FREDERICK  B 266 

CRITCHLOW,  JOHN    FULLER     366 

CRITCHLOW,  JOHN  Q 266 

CRITCHLOW,  WILLIAM     266 

CRITCHLOW,  WILLIAM   J 266 

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CROCKETT,  ALVIN  D 188 

CROCKETT,  GEORGE  ELMER   18S 

CROFT,  JOHN     503 

CROFT,  ROBERT     533 

CROFT,  WILLIAM    ROWLAND    503 

CROFTS,  JOHN     503 

CROMPTON,  WILLIAM    623 

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CROOK,  JOHN     443 

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CROSBY,  WILLIAM    DAVID    168 

CROSBY,  WILLIAM  H 167 

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CROSSLEY,  JOHN    59« 

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CUNNINGHAM,  GEORGE  WILLIAM    5*' 

CUNNINGHAM,  HYRUM   RAWLINGS    1«£ 

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CURTIS,  GEORGE    15* 

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CURTIS,  JOSEPH     161 

CURTIS,  JOSEPH     534 

CURTIS,  LYMAN    57 

CURTIS,  MOSES     227 

CURTIS,  MOSES    MONROE    227 

CURTIS,   SAMUEL  THOMAS    313 

CURTIS,  WILLIAM  VAN  ORDEN 114 

CUSHING,  JAMES   370 

GUSHING,   S.   R 54 

CUTLER,  ALLEN  RILEY    313 

CUTLER,  JOHN   C 683 

CUTLER,  ROYAL    JAMES    313 

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DACK.   PHILIP    413 

DAILEY,  MILTON   248 

DALBY,   EZRA   C 672 

DALEY,    PHINEAS    523 

DALL,  HENRY  DAVID    474 

DALL,  HENRY   DAVID,    JR 474 

DALLEY,  CHARLES    R 635 

DALLEY,  RICHARD    HENRY    635 

DALLIMORE,  WILLIAM   J 614 

DALRYMPLE,   EDGAR    594 

DALRYMPLE,  JOSEPH  EDGAR   594 

DALTON,  JAMES   M 282 

DALTON.  MATTHEW  WILLIAM   212 

DALY,  JOHN  J 688 

DALY.   P.   J 695 

DAME,  JANVARIN  HAYES    168 

DAME,  WESLEY  WILLIAM,   JR 168 

DAMRON,  JOSEPH   W 525 

DAMRON,  JOSEPH  W.,  JR 525 

DANA,  JOSEPH  B 200 

DANGERFIELD,  JABEZ    485 

DANIELS.  DANIEL    189 

DANIELS,  DANIEL  M 189 

DANIELS,  DAVID  MORONI    189 

DANIELS,   GEORGE   R 531 

DANIELS.   JAMES  E 248 

DANIELS,  THOMAS    189 

DANIELSON,   HERMAN  HANS    673 

DANSIE,   GEORGE   HENRY    560 

DANSIE,  ROBERT    559 

DANSIE,  ROBERT,   JR 559 

DANSTE,  WILLIAM  HEBER 559 

DANSTE.  WILLIAM   HEBER.    JR 560 

DASTRUP.  HANS  LAWRENCE 656 

;  DAVENPORT,   EDWARD  HATHAWAY    282 

DAVENPORT,   FRANKLIN  REMINGTON    283 

DAVENPORT,  JAMES   N 168 

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•  DAVID.  MORGAN    696 

'  DA  VIES,    MORGAN    385 

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'  DAVIS,  CHARLES  A 200 

1  DAVIS,   CHARLES  H 493 

1  >A VIS,  DAVID    W 437 

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DAVIS,  GEORGE    409 

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DAVIS,  GEORGE    WILLIAM    142 

DAVIS,  HEBER  HYDER   283 

DAVIS,  JAMES  L 568 

DAVIS,  JOHN  CATLIN    489 

DAVIS.  JOHN  N 283 

DAVIS,  JOHN   TUCKER    283 

DAVTS,  JOSEPH  C 485 

DAVIS,  JOSHUA    212 

DAVIS,  NATHAN 283 

DAVIS,  NATHAN  CUTLER    496 

DAVIS,  OLIVER  F 142 

DAVIS,  RILEY    621 

DAVIS.  VINSON  FREDERICK   409 

DAVIS,  WARREN   E 200 

DAVIS,  WARREN  E.,  JR 200 

DAVIS,  WILLIAM    142 

DAVIS,  WILLIAM   G 437 

DAWSON.   JOHN  W 681 

DAY.  HUGH    230 

DAYBELL,  FINITY   602 

DAYBELL,   ROBERT     602 

DAYBELL,  WILLIAM    602 

DAYLEY,  JAMES 656 

DAYNES,  JOHN    549 

DAYNES,  J.    FRED    549 

DAYNES,  JOSEPH  J 549 

DAYTON,   FRANCIS    MORONI    201 

DAYTON,  HYRUM    200 

DAYTON,  MORONI    201 

r>EAKIN,  WILLIAM  PRICE    614 

REAMER,  JAMES 625 

>EAN,   GEORGE  SAMUEL   419 

>EAN,   SAMTIEL     419 

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DEARDEN,   JAMES    564 

DEARDEN,   JOSEPH    638 

DEARDEN,  WILLIAM    564 

DECKER,  CHARLES  FRANKLIN   56 

DECKER,   CHARLES  FRANKLIN    66 

DECKER,  ISAAC    56 

DECKER,  ISAAC  PERRY    56 

DEE,  J.  STANLEY   504 

DEE,  THOMAS   DUNCOMBE    503 

DEE,  THOMAS  HILL   503 

DEE,   THOMAS  REESE    504 

DE  GRAW,  D   F 656 

DE  GRAW.   EUGENE   LAFAYETTE    656 

DE  LA  MARE,   PHILIP    313 

DE  LA  MARE,   PHILIP  FRANCIS    313 

DENISON,  EPHRAIM    364 

DENISON,   HANS   364 

DENNING,  JAMES    381 

DENNING,   JAMES  HENRY    381 

DENNIS,  WILLIAM  TAYLOR    437 

DERRICK,  ZACHARIAH  WISE   120 

DERRICOTT,  CHARLES    642 

DERRICOTT,  JOSEPH    642 

DE  SAULES,   HENRY  EDWARD    489 

DESPAIN,   SOLOMAN    JOSEPH     614 

DEVEY,  JOHN    645 

DEVINE,   JAMES    691 

DEWEY,  BENJAMIN   F 56 

DEWEY,   JOHN  H 88 

DEWEY,  WILLIAM  A 66 

DIAMOND,   JAMES    120 

DIAMOND,  LEONARD  LORUS    120 

DICKSON,   ALBERT   DOUGLASS    314 

DICKSON,  BILLA    314 

DIEHL,   CHRISTOPHER     621 

DILLE,   ARVIS    C 239 

DILLE,   DAVID  B 239 

DILLE,  HIRAM    239 

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DIMICK,  J.  H 655 

DITTMORE.   HENRY    540 

DITTMORE,  LEWIS  HENRY   540 

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DIXON,  EARNEST  E 284 

DIXON,  HENRY   283 

DIXON,  HENRY   ALDOUS    467 

DIXON,  JOHN  DE  GRAY    467 

DIXON,  WILLIAM  WILKINSON    283 

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DOBSON,   JOSEPH    127 

DOBSON,   THOMAS  F 127 

DOMVILLE,   THOMAS    274 

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DONALDSON,   JOHN    580 

DONEY,   ELTAS  WILLIAM    611 

DONEY,  JOHN    511 

DONEY,  JOHN  FRANKLIN    511 

DORCHEUS,  EDWARD  W 504 

DORCHEUS,   JOHN  T 504 

DORCHEUS,  NELS    504 

DOREMUS,  ABRAHAM  FAIRBANKS    693 

DORIUS,  CARL    CHRISTIAN    NICOLI    414 

DORIUS,   CHARLES  ROLFSON 414 

DORIUS.  NICOLI     413 

DOTY,  JAMES  DUANE    682 

DOUGALL,  HUGH   MACSWEIN    426 

DOUGALL,  HUGH   MACSWEIN    426 

DOUGLASS,  RICHARD     314 

DOWDING,  DAVID 623 

DOWDING,   THOMAS    623 

DOWDLE,  ROBERT  HUGHES 201 

DOWNARD,  WILLIAM 564 

DOXEY,  ALMA  T 367 

DOXEY,   THOMAS    367 

DRAKE,  DANIEL  N 148 

DRAKE,  DANIEL   NEWELL    147 

DRAKE.   GEORGE    680 

DRAKE.  HORACE     78 

DRAKE.  ISAAC    651 

DRAPER,  CARSON  C 158 

DREDGE,  JESSE    RICHARD    538 

DRIVER.  WILLIAM   460 

DROLLINGER,   SIMEON  COOK 378 

DROLLINGER.   SIMEON    COOK,    JR 378 

DROWN,   CHARLES 201 

DROWN,  DAVID  TARBELL 201 

DRIICE,   JOHN 537 

DRYSDALE,  JOHN    375 

DUDLEY,  JOSEPH    314 

DUDLEY,  JOSEPH    SMITH    233 

DUDLEY.   OLIVER   HUNT    233 

DUKE,  ETHAN  ALLEN   201 

DUKE.   GEORGE  JONATHAN    202 

DUKE,  JAMES    201 

DUKE,   JOHN   201 

DUKE,  JONATHAN  OLDHAM    201 

DUKE,  ROBERT    202 

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DUMMAR,  WILLIAM    635 

DUNCAN,  A.   A 656 

DUNCAN,   CHAPMAN    161 

DUNCAN,  DENSMOUE  TRIPPESS 161 

DUNCAN,  HOMER    161 

DUNCAN,  JAMES    314 

DUNCAN,  JAMES   152 

DUNCAN,  JOHN  CHAPMAN    161 

DUNCOMBE,  DAVID    435 

BUNCOMBE,  JOSEPH    619 

DUNFORD,  ALMA  B 449 

DUNFORD,  ISAAC 449 

DUNN,   CHARLES   OSCAR    134 

DUNN,  JAMES    284 

DUNN,  JAMES  FIELDING    284 

DUNN,  JOSEPH  MORONI    131 

DUNN,   SIMEON  ADAMS .  .134 

DUNN,  WILLIAM   G 284 

DUNYON,  DR.  JOHN  L 656 

DUNYON,  I.  N 656 

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DURRANT.   THOMAS  H 640 

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DUZETT,   EDWARD   P.    152 

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EAMES,  DAVID   C , 223 

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EARDLEY,  JOHN     248 

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EARL,  IRA    JOSEPH    57 

EARL,  JONATHAN      314 

EARL,   JOSEPH    IRA    57 

EARL,   MICHAEL     584 

EARL,   SYLVESTER    HENRY    57 

EARL,   WILLIAM   HENRY    211 

EASTMOND,  JEFFERSON     480 

EATON,   ERNEST     385 

EATON,   IRVIN      385 

EATON,   JOHN   SEGERS    202 

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EDGEL,  GEORGE     58 1 

EDGEL,  JOHN    F 584 

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EGBERT,  ROBERT   C 703 

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EGBERT,   SAMUEL   ALEXANDER    189 

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EGGERTSEN,  SIMON  PETER,  JR 470 

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EK,  CARL  AUGUST    673 

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ELDER,  CLAYBOURN    M • 249 

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ELLIS,  JOHN   GREGORY    448 

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ELLISON,  JOHN     314 

ELLSWORTH,  ASA  CHARLES    57 

ELLSWORTH,   EDMUND      57 

ELLSWORTH,  GERMAN,   JR 140 

ELLSWORTH.  GERMAN   EDGAR    140 


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ELLWOOD,  ROBERT    591 

ELMER,  LEVI    JAMES     315 

ELMER,  WILLIAM    314 

ELMER,  WILLIAM   HEBER    315 

EMERSON,  PHILIP   H .    C84 

EMERY,  CHARLES   FRANK    

EMERY,  GEORGE    W.    682 

EMMETT,  THOMAS     

EMMETT,  THOMAS  F 412 

EMPEY,  CHARLES     633 

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EMPEY,  EPHRAIM   S 315 

EMPEY,  NELSON   A 57 

EMPEY,   SHADRACH .  315 

EMPEY,  WILLIAM    57 

ENGEBRETSEN,   BERNT    681 

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ENGLAND,  JOHN    527 

ENGLAND,  JOHN,    JR 527 

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ENSIGN,  ADAMS  WESLEY    85 

ENSIGN,  D.   H 57 

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ENSIGN,  MARTIN  L 84 

ENSIGN,   SAMUEL     8 

ENSIGN,   SAMUEL  LOZENE    

EPPERSON,   SIDNEY   HYRUM    31 

ERCANBRACK,  W.   T 361 

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ETHERINGTON,  GEORGE    W 426 

ETHERINGTON,   JOHN      426 

ETHERINGTON,  THOMAS      426 

EVANS,   CHARLES  M 316 

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EVANS,  JACOB     219 

EVANS,  JESSE  G 437 

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EVANS,  JOHN,   JR 437 

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EVANS,  THOMAS,  JR 455 

EVANS,   THOMAS     648 

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EVANS,  WILLIAM   M 276 

EVERETT,  ADDISON      58 

EWING,  JOHN    JACKSON    

EYRE,   EDWIN  L 616 


FACER,  GEORGE    498 

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FACER,  WILLARD    498 

FACER,  WILLIAM  JOHN    4 

FACER,  WILLIAM    0 498 

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FAIRBANKS,  JOSEPH  WARREN 107 

FAIRBANKS,   NATHANIET 5S 

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FALKER,  JOHN   419 

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FARLEY,  ASA  C 694 

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FARNES,  JOSEPH    FRITTER    540 

FARNES,   THOMAS   SAMUEL    540 

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FARNSWORTH,   STEPHEN   MARTINDALE    285 

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FARR,  LAFAYETTE  THOMAS    79 

FARR,  LORENZO  ERICKSON    79 

FARR,   LORIN   78 

FARR,  MARCUS   78 

FARR,  MARCUS   BALLANTYNE    78 

FARR,  NEWTON    78 

FARR,  VELASCO   79 

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FARE,  WINSLOW    58 

FARR,  WINSLOW,    JR 79 

FARRELL,   GEORGE  LIONEL 483 

FARRELL,  WILLIAM  G 483 

FAKREN,  JOSEPH    688 

FARRER,  ROGER 219 

FARRER,  ROGER,  JR 219 

FEATHERSTONE,   THOMAS    476 

FELT,  GEORGE   F 249 

FELT,  NATHANIEL   HENRY    249 

FENTON,  JOHN  WILSON 285 

FENTON,  JOSEPH  JACKSON   285 

FENTON,   THOMAS 285 

FERGUSON,  ANDREW   434 

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FEKRIN,  ARTHUR  M 317 

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FERRIN,  JOSIAH  LEMAN    316 

FERUIN,  JOSIAH  MARSH    316 

FERRIN,   SAMUEL   316 

FERRY,   EDWARD  PAYSON    687 

FERHY,  EDWARD  S 687 

FKRKY,  WILLIAM    MONTAGUE 687 

FIELD,  JAMES   265 

FIELD,  JOHN    219 

FIELD,  JOHN   J 220 

FIELD,  WILLIAM    562 

FIELD,  WILLIAM  HEBER   562 

FIELDING,  JOSEPH    158 

FIFE,  WILLIAM  N 381 

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FIFIELD,  WILLIAM   JOHN    127 

FIFIELD,   WILLIAM    PHELPS     127 

FILLERUP,  ANDREW  PETER    636 

FILLERUP,  ANDREW  PETER,  JR 636 

FILLMORE,  NORMAN    502 

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FINCH,  WILLIAM    376 

FINCH,  WILLIAM,    JR 377 

'INDLAY,  HUGH   438 

INLINSON,  GEORGE    614 

'INLINSON,  JOSEPH  TRIMBLE    614 

HRTH,  JOHN    373 

IRTH,  WILLIAM  HENRY 373 

ISH,  JOSEPH    238 

•"ISHBURN,  ROBERT  LEEMING    .• 465 

HSHER,  IRVIN    F 411 

HSHER,  JAMES 386 

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lf-11  KU,  JOHN    410 

i-ISHER,  JOSEPH  A 249 

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1'ISHER,  WILLIAM  F 410 

I-ISK,  IRA     695 

JMELDSTED,  CHRISTIAN  DANIEL  699 

IMELDSTED,  PETER  J 700 

I'LETCHER,  EDWIN     285 

•LETCHER,  EDWIN  FRANCIS  285 

':'LINT,  WILLIAM  134 

TOLEY,  JAMES  A €91 

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OLLETTE,  WILLIAM  TILLMON  127 

)LLICK,  DAVID  638 

OLLICK,  GEORGE  ALEXANDER  638 

5LSOM,  HYRUM  PEARSE  506 

)LSOM,  WILLIAM  HARRISON  506 

OOTE,  J.    F 657 

OOTE,  THOMAS  JOHN  569 

3RBES,  JOSEPH  BARROW  616 

>RD,  ALFRED  CHARLES  120 

ORDHAM,  ELIJAH  233 

1REMAN,  JOSEPH  478 

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)RRER,  JOHN  FREDERICK  611 

5RRESTER,  ROBERT  688 

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ORSGREN,  JOHN  HEBER  114 

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^RSSELL,  OLAF  ALFRED  T 633 

5RSYTH,  ANDREW  BARKER 517 

>RSYTH,  JOHN  IRWIN  517 

1RSYTH,  JOHN  W 228 

5RSYTH,  THOMAS  R 228 

5RSYTH,  THOMAS  R.,  II 228 

•  RSYTH,  THOMAS  R.,  Ill 228 

1STER,  FRANKLIN  PITT  317 

1STER,  GEORGE  317 

1STER,  GEORGE,  JR 317 

)STER,  HENRY  C 317 

XSTER,  WILLIAM  HENRY 317 

1STER,  WILLIAM  L 317 

HTLGER,  FREDERICK  624 

>ITLGER,  HERBERT  JOHN  624 

)ULGER,  JOSEPH  B 624 

HTTZ,  JACOB  92 

HJTZ,  JACOB,  JR 92 

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FOWERS,  JESSE,    JR 602 

FOWERS,  JESSE  DYSON 602 

FOWLER,   DR.    ALLEN    688 

FOWLKE,  JOHN     530 

FOXLEY,  WILLIAM    438 

FOXLEY,  WILLIAM  LEMUEL    438 

FOY,  FREDERICK  L 249 

FRANDSEN,  GEORGE    .    444 

FRANDSEN,  GEORGE  G 444 

FRAUGHTON,  FRANKLIN   AUGUSTUS    .  395 

FRAUGHTON,  GEORGE    395 

FRECKLETON,  JOHN    ORR     560 

FREE,  ABSALOM   PEXNINGTON    140 

FREE,  J.    S 140 

FREEMAN,  ELIJAH    NORMAN    80 

FREEMAN,  WILLIAM  H.,  JR 190 

FREER,  JOSEPH  SLACK 673 

FREESTONE,  GEORGE     361 

FREW,  JAMES    448 

FREW,  JOHN    448 

FRICK,  JOSEPH  E 684 

FRISBY,  JOSEPH   H 609 

FRODSHAM,  JAMES     691 

FROERER   (GFROERER),  FREDERICK  G 202 

FROST,   BURR     59 

FROST,   SAMUEL    BUCHANAN    539 

FRY,  RICHARD     504 

FRY,  RICHARD   RAWLE    504 

FRYER,  ROBERT    C 414 

FUGAL,  CHRISTIAN    638 

FUGAL,  JAMES   P 639 

FUGATE,  HARRISON   PERRY    243 

FUGATE,  THOMAS      243 

FUHRIMANN,  GOTTFRIED     504 

FUHRIMANN,  JACOB     504 

FUHRMEISTER,   FREDERICK    W 511 

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FULLER,   PERRY    B 460 

FULLER,  REVILO     120 

FULLMER,   BENJAMIN      92 

FULLMER,   CHARLES    92 

FULLMER,   DAVID    92 

FULLMER,   EUGENE    BERTRAND    92 

FULLMER,  JAMES    DICKENS    159 

FULLMER,  JOHN   H 66 

FULLMER,  JOHN  LORIN 66 

FULLMER,  JOHN   SOLOMON    159 

FULLMER,  WILLIAM  PRICE    159 

FULLMER,  WILLIAM  PRICE,   JR 159 

FUNK,   EZRA   K 168 

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GADD,  ALFRED 451 

GADD,   SAMUEL  GEORGE    451 

GADD,  WILLIAM  ALFRED 451 

GAGON   (GEOGHEGAN),   WILLIAM  H 680 

GAILEY,  JOHN    168 

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GARDNER,  ALP'RED    367 

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GARDNER,  ARCHIBALD    93 

GARDNER,  BENJAMIN    318 

GARDNER,  CLARENCE    93 

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GARDNER,   MILO  VANDOZEN    318 

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GARNER.  WILLIAM  FRANKLIN   70 

GARFF,  CHRISTOPHER    470 

GARFF,  PETER   NELS    470 

GARR,  BENJAMIN    F 211 

GARRICK,   HAMILTON   MORRISON    467 

GARSIDE.   AARON    169 

GEARY,  EDWARD  LONG   523 

GEARY,  HYRUM   P 556 

GEDDES.  HUGH  S 401 

GEDDES,  JOSEPH   STEWART    401 


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GEDDES,  WILLIAM    401 

GEE,   GEORGE    W 285 

GEE,   LYSANDER   190 

GEORGE,   JOHN   249 

GEORGE,  JOSEPH   M,    249 

GEORGESON,   HANS  HYRUM    417 

GERBER,  MORONI    381 

GIBBONS,  JOHN  A.  R 416 

GIBBONS,   THOMAS    416 

GIBBONS,   THOMAS    465 

GIBBONS,   THOMAS,    JR 466 

GIBBS,  JAMES   HYRUM    587 

GIBBS,   JOHN  DUGGAN   587 

GIBBS,  WILLIAM   H 587 

GIBSON,  JAMES    B 496 

GIBSON,  WILLIAM   496 

GIBSON,  WILLIAM    B 446 

GIFFORD,-  ARTHUR    216 

GIFFORD,  GEORGE  WASHINGTON    386 

GIFFORD,  HENRY   DILL    386 

GIFFORD,   LEVI,     JR 216 

GIFFORD,  OLIVER    DEMILL    216 

GIFFORD,   SAMUEL    KENDALI 216 

GILES,  THOMAS    657 

GILLETT,   COLLINS  MOORE   412 

GILLETT,   GRANVILLE    412 

GILLIES.    DUNCAN   M 419 

GILLKSPIE,    WILLIAM    437 

GILLISPIE.   ROBERT    651 

GILMER,   JOHN    THORNTON    614 

GLAZIER,  CHARLES  D 265 

GLAZIER,   LOREN  S 265 

GLAZIER.   SHEPHERD   265 

GLEASON,  ALVIRAS  HORNE   58 

GLEASON,  JOHN  (STREATOR)    68 

GLEASON,   THOMAS  HENRY    58 

CLEAVE.   JOHN    640 

GLENDENNING,  JAMES     689 

GLENDENNING.   ROBERT   J 689 

GLENN.  WALTER    409 

GLINES,   CHARLES    HARVEY    70 

GLINES.  JAMES    HARVEY    70 

GLOVER.   JOSEPH  HYRUM   202 

GLOVER.   JOSEPH  SMITH   202 

GLOVER,  WILLIAM    202 

GLOVER,  WILLIAM   F 202 

GLOVER.  WILLIAM    HENRY    203 

GOASLIND,   CHARLES  D 420 

GOASLTND,   JOHN    - 419 

GOATES,  LEO  WALMAN    319 

GOATES,  WILLIAM    318 

GOATES,   WILLIAM,     JR 318 

GODBE.  ANTHONY  HAMPTON    286 

GODBE.   ERNST   LACY    286 

GODBE,  MURRAY  CHARLES    286 

GODBE,   WILLIAM  SAMUEL   286 

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GODDARD,  GEORGE   319 

GODDARD,  HENRY     433 

GODDARD,  HENRY  J.   W 433 

GODDARD,  HYRUM   HARRISON    319 

GODDARD,  JOSEPH    319 

GODFREY,  JOSEPH    319 

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GOFF,   HYRUM   590 

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GOFF,  ISAAC     590 

GOFF,  ISAAC.  JR 590 

COLDER,   ALBERT    ISHMAEL    476 

COLDER.  EBER   476 

GOLIGHTLY,  JOSEPH   W 657 

GOODALE,   ISAAC  N 93 

GOODHUE,  JUSTIN   A 690 

GOODMAN.  JOHN  R 655 

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GOODRICH.   GEORGE    LEONARD    237 

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GOODRIDGE.  WILLIAM  WILLIS    319 

GOODWIN,  ISAAC    H 480 

GOODWIN.  ISAAC  R 480 

GOODWIN,   ISAAC  SMITH    480 

GORDON,  JOHN  THOMAS    681 

GORDON,  MOSES   M '. 681 

GORDON,   ROBERT    516 

GORDON.  ROBERT  JAMES    516 

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GOULD,  JOHN  S 525 

GOULD,  ROBERT    525 

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GOWANS,   EPHRAIM  G 431 

COWANS.  HUGH   S 431 

GRACE.   ISAAC   286 

GRACE.   ISAAC   HENRY    286 

GRAEHL,  GEORGE    LOUIS    .411 


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GRAEHL,   GEORGE  LOUIS,  JR 411 

GRAHAM,  JAMES   F 203 

GRAHAM,  JAMES  M 2ft3 

GRAHAM,  JOHN  C 656 

GRAHAM,   ROBERT    169 

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ORAHAM,  ROBERT  ORSON 628 

GRAHAM,  WILLIAM  B 169 

GRAHAM,  WILLIAM    C 656 

GRANGE,   SAMUEL 319 

GRANGE,   SAMUEL  STEVENSON    320 

GRANGE.   ULYSSES  WALLACE   320 

GRANGER,  WALTER 448 

GRANT,  GEORGE  DAVIS    . 131 

GRANT,  HEBER  JEDDY 98 

GRANT,  JEDEDIAH  MORGAN    ...  98 

GRANT,  JOSEPH  HYRUM    98 

GRANT,  JOSHUA   FREDERICK    98 

GRANT,  JOSHUA   FREDERICK,    JR 98 

GRAVES,  DANIEL     420 

GRAVES,  JOSHUA     420 

GRAY,  SAMUEL  R 532 

GRAY,  WILLIAM  S 398 

GREAVES,  PETER     320 

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GREGORY,  ROBERT     567 

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GREEN,  PETER  C 550 

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GREEN,  WILLIAM    470 

GREEN,  WILLIAM  H 657 

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GREENHALGH,  PETER,  JR 410 

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GRUNDVIG,   SEVERIN  HOLGER   61f 

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GULL,  JOHN     61? 

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GUNDERSON,  JENS    31f 

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GURR,  ENOCH  ELDRTDGE   46S 

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GUYMON,  NOAH   THOMAS    21? 

GUYMON,  NOAH  THOMAS,  JR 2K 

GWILLIAMS,  HENRY   B 431 

GWILLIAMS,  HENRY  WILLIAM   431 

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HACKING,  JAMES     26? 

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HACKING,  JOSEPH    P 268 

HADDOCK,  JOHN     517 

HADDOCK,  JOHN    GEORGE    517 

HADDON,  THOMAS    C 321 

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HADFIELD,  JOSEPH      401 

HADFIELD,  JOSEPH,  JR 401 

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HAIGHT,  WILLIAM  VAN  ORDEN    80 

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HAIR,  NICHOLAS   C 611 

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HALE,  ALMA  HELAMAN,   JR 152 

HALE,  AROET    C 153 

HALE,  AROET   LUCIUS    153 

HALE,  AROET  LUCIUS,  JR 153 

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HALE,  ARTHUR  WILLARD    153 

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HALES,   HENRY  WILLIAM    473 

HALES,   HENRY   WILLIAM,   JR 473 

HALES,  JOSEPH  LOCKWOOD    321 

HALES,   STEPHEN    ALEXANDER     473 

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HALLS,  JOHN     531 

HALLS,  WILLIAM     531 

HALVERSON,  CHARLES   A 427 

HALVERSON,  GEORGE     427 

HALVERSON,   SIMON  FREDERICK    426 

HAMBLIN,  EDWIN     238 

|  HAMER,   SAMUEL    276 

i  IIAMER,  WILLARD     287 

I  HAMMER,  HANS   ANDERSON    420 

•  HAMMER,   SAMUEL    420 

HAMMON,  L.   B 211 

HAMMOND,  JOHN  E 169 

HAMMOND,  JOSEPH     169 

HAMMOND,   SAMUEL  SMITH   169 

HAMPTON,  BENJAMIN     369 

IHAMPTON.  GRANT     369 

HAMSON,   GEORGE  F 287 

1 1 A  N'CEY,  JAMES     506 

HAXCEY,  JAMES    S 506 

[HANCOCK,   C.   B 120 

HANCOCK,   C.  B.,  JR 121 

ITAXCOCK,  GEORGE     191 

HANCOCK,  JOSEPH    HIRAM    322 

i  HANCOCK,  THOMAS     628 

HANDY,  JAMES   HENRY    483 

HANDY,   SAMUEL     483 

HANDY,  WILLIAM    483 

HANKS,  ALFRED    LYMAN    680 

HANKS,  CHARLES   DECKER    70 

HANKS,  EPHRATM  KNOWLTON 70 

HANKS,   STANLEY    ALONZO     680 

HANKS,  WALTER    E 71 

HANKS.  WILLIAM    ALBERT    CAPENER 71 

IIAXSEN,  ALFRED   WILLIAM    558 

HANSEN,  ANDERS    K 696 

11 ANSEN,  ANDREW    386 

HANSEN,  ANDREW    N 583 

HANSEN,   CHRISTEN     471 

iANSEN,  HANS     489 

HANSEN,  HANS  CHRISTIAN    381 

1ANSEN,  HANS  CHRISTIAN    364 

1AXSEN,  HANS  CHRISTIEN    657 

iANSEN,  HANS    F 322 

1ANSEN,  HANS   FREDRICK    403 

IANSEN,  HOGAN    663 

iANSEN,  JACOB      636 

iANSEN,  JAMES     386 

iANSEN,  JENS    381 

iANSEN,  MARTIN    471 


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HANSEN,  NEELEY    LOFGREN    604 

HANSEN,  NIELS  PETER   604 

HANSEN,  OLE     678 

HANSEN,  PETER   ORSON    322 

HANSEN,  PRABEN  A 364 

HANSEN,   SOREN     653 

HANSON,  CHRISTIAN    554 

HANSON,   CHRISTOPHER   0 533 

HANSON,  EMIL    648 

HANSON,  ERASMUS   MARTIN    554 

HANSON,  GEORGE  DAVID    548 

HANSON,  HANS  C 554 

HANSON,  HENRY    647 

HANSON,  JAMES  J 444 

HANSON,  MADS     548 

HANSON,  MICHAEL    A 438 

HANSON,  PETER    657 

HANSON,  PETER  M 438 

HANSON,   SOREN     287 

HANSON,   SOREN     574 

HANSON,  WILLIAM    LAWRENCE     420 

HARDING,  DWIGHT     287 

HARDING,  GEORGE     287 

HARDING,   STEPHEN    S 682 

HARDING,  THOMAS  C 199 

HARDY,  CHARLES  MARCUS    535 

HARDY,   CHARLES  W 322 

HARDY,  ELISHA   PHILBROOK    322 

HARDY,   JESSIE   WALLACE    237 

HARDY,  JOSEPH      249 

HARDY,  JOSEPH,  JR 250 

HARDY,  JOSEPH  HYRUM    250 

HARDY,  JOSIAH  G 322 

HARDY,  LEONARD  GOODRIDGE    237 

HARDY,  LEONARD    WILFORD    237 

HARDY,  MILTON    H 322 

HARDY,  ROBERT   JAMES    434 

HARDY,  WILLIAM    434 

HARMON,  ALPHES   AMULECK    698 

HARMON,  ANSIL  PERCE   154 

HARMON,  APPLETON   MILO    154 

HARMON,   CHARLES    511 

HARMON,  DAVID     512 

HARMON,  JESSE   MARTIN    154 

HARMON,  JESSE  P 154 

HARPER,   CHARLES   A 59 

HARPER,  GEORGE     659 

HARPER,  RICHARD     564 

HARPER,  WILLIAM  F 565 

HARRINGTON,  DANIEL    94 

HARRINGTON,  LEONARD  E 94 

HARRIS,   BERNICE  R 322 

HARRIS,   CHARLES    250 

HARRIS,   CHARLES    ZERA    154 

HARRIS,  CLARENCE  EARL   250 

HARRIS,   DANIEL  BROWETT 251 

HARRIS,  ENOCH      213 

HARRIS,   GEORGE  HENRY  ABBOTT   322 

HARRIS,  JOHN     169 

HARRIS,  JOHN 507 

HARRIS,  JOSHUA    377 

HARRIS,  LEANDER  S 250 

HARRIS,  MARTIN    D 250 

HARRIS,  MARTIN    H 250 

HARRIS,  MICAH  FRANCIS    592 

HARRIS,  NATHAN   J 250 

HARRIS,  RANSOM    E 213 

HARRIS,  ROBERT     250 

HARRIS,  THOMAS     592 

HARRIS,  WILLIAM     154 

HARRIS,  WILLIAM   McGEE    169 

HARRISON,  GEORGE     457 

HARRISON,  HAROLD    HENRY     498 

HARRISON,  HENRY    JAMES    498 

HARRISON,  JAMES   H • 560 

HARRISON,  WILLIAM    HOBDAY    560 

HART,  CHARLES  HENRY    460 

HARX,   JAMES  HENRY    460 

HART,  JOHN  ISAAC 323 

HART,   LEVI  RICHARD 565 

HART,   SAMUEL   619 

HART,   SAMUEL    WALTER    565 

HART,   STEPHEN  JAMES   G19 

HARTOG,  II.  C 657 

HARTWELL,   ELLIOTT    323 

HARVEY,   DANIEL    381 

HARVEY,   DANIEL,  JR 381 

HARVEY,  HUGH    WILLIAM    66 

HARVEY,  JOHN     66 

HARVEY,  JONATHAN    LOUIS    251 

HARVEY,  LOUIS    251 

HASLAM,  ERNEST    373 

HASLAM,  HEBER  C 374 

HASLAM,   JAMES  HOLT    287 

HASLAM,  JOHN  W 373 

HASLAM,  RICHARD    R 287 

HATCH,  ABRAM  1 

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HATCH,   IRA   STEARNS    128 

HATCH,   JAMES  I *. 128 

HATCH,  JEREMIAH     243 

HATCH,  JOHN  H 128 

HATCH,   JOSEPHUS    128 

HATCH.   LORENZO  HILL,    220 

HATCH,  LORENZO   LAFAYETTE    220 

HATCH,  MELTIAR    128 

HATCH,  ORIN     127 

HATCH,  STEARNS    128 

HATCH,  WALTER     128 

HATCH,  WILLIAM  EDSON    128 

HATCH,  WILLIAM    IRA    127 

HAWKES,  NATHAN     624 

HAWKINS,  WILLIAM  EDWARD   386 

HAWLET,  GEORGE      658 

HAWLEY,  WILLIAM    JOHN    323 

HAWS,   ALBERT    A 142 

HAWS,  AMOS    WHITCOMB    142 

HAWS,  GEORGE    WASHINGTON    142 

HAWS,  GILBRETH      142 

HAWS,   GTLBRETH  OLIVER    142 

HAWS,   JOHN    MADISON    142 

HAWS,  WILLIAM     158 

HAWS,  W.    W 698 

HAYES.  ALMA    313 

HAYS.  RICHARD     651 

HEALEY,   EPHRAIM     398 

HEALEY,  JAMES     3!)7 

HEAPS,  HENRY     651 

HEAPS,  WILLIAM  HENRY    651 

HEATH,   ALBERT     670 

HEATH,   FRANCIS   D 94 

HEATH,   FREDERICK    94 

HEATH.   FREDERICK    GEORGE    94 

HEATH,   FREDERICK    JOHN    94 

HEATH,  GEORGE     670 

HEATH,  HENRY     94 

HEATH,  HENRY  F 94 

HEATH,  JAMES    HARVEY    287 

HEATH,   JOHN  FRANKLIN   94 

HEATON.   JONAS    596 

HEDER.   JOHN    471 

HEDGES.   GEORGE   W 121 

KEEP,  WILLIAM    620 

HEGGIE.   ANDREW  WALKER    498 

HEGSTED,  HANS  C.  S 618 

HEINER,  ANTHONY     490 

HEINER,  DANIEL    490 

HEINER.   MARTIN     490 

HELLER,   F.    B 658 

HELM.   ABRAHAM    438 

HELM.   LEVI    PHILLIP    438 

HEMMING,   FREDERICK  WILLIAM    499 

HEMMING,  WILLIAM    499 

HEMSLEY.   RICHARD.    JR 626 

HEMSLEY.   RICHARD,    III 627 

HENDERSON,   DAVID   E 461 

HENDERSON.   SAMUEL   NEWTON    80 

HENDRICKS.  BRTGHAM  ANDRUS    99 

HENDRICKS,  GEORGE  B 99 

HENDRTCKS,   JAMES    99 

HENDRICKS,   JOSEPH    SMITH     99 

HENDRTCKS,  JUEL  J 99 

HENDRICKS,   MARRINER  WILT-IS    658 

HENDRICKS,  WILLIAM    DORRIS    99 

HENDRTKSON,  J.    A 596 

HENEFER.   JAMES    387 

HENEFER.   LEHI    387 

HENRIE.  WILLIAM    655 

HENRTOD,   EI'CENE    A 374 

HENRY.   ROBERT    251 

HENSON.   ALFRED    648 

HENWOOD.  RICHARD     446 

HENDRY.  JOHN   MARK    658 

HEPWORTH,   EDMUND     591 

HEPWORTH,   JOSEPH  E 592 

HERBERTSON,   CHRISTIAN    PETERSON    54ft 

HERRICK,   JOHN    LESTER     226 

HERRICK,   LEMUEL     226 

HERRICK,  LESTER   JAMES    „ 226 

HERRON.   ALEXANDER     288 

HESLOP.   GEORGE     435 

HESS,   ALMA     180 

HESS,   ALMA    CLARENCE    180 

HESS,   JAMES    H 71 

HESS.   JOHN  W 71 

HESS.   JOSEPH   WELLS    71 

HEWLETT,  FRANK   J 658 

HEWLETT,  ORSON  H 658 

HEYWOOD,   B.    B 121 

HEYWOOD.   JOSEPH   I.ELAND    121 

HIBBARD.  GEORGE  A 420 

HICKEN.   JOHN    HENRY    323 

HICKEN.  THOMAS    323 

HICKENLOOPER.   CHARLES   ANDREW    80 

HTCKENI.OOPER.  JOHN  T 80 

HICKENLOOPER,  WILLIAM  ALMA   80 


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HICKENLOOPER,  WILLIAM    HAINEY    80 

HICKERSON,  GEORGE  WASHINGTON 658 

HICKS,   JAMES    M 241 

HIGBY,  WILLIAM    658 

HIGGINS,  JESSE    641 

HIGGINS,   LEWIS    114 

HIGGINS,   NELSON    114 

HIGGINS,  WILLIAM    680 

HICHAM,   AMBROSE  S 276 

HIGHAM,   THOMAS  ROBERTS    276 

HIGLEY,  GEORGE  W 323 

HIGLEY,  MYRON     696 

HIGSON,  JOHN 489 

HILL,  ARCHIBALD   N 121 

HILL,  CHARLES    W 81 

HILL,  FRANKLIN  OLIVER   251 

HILL,   GEORGE    R 81 

HILL,   GEORGE  W.    81 

HILL,  JOHN   B 251 

HILL,  JOSEPH    288 

HILL,  JOSEPH,    JR 288 

HILL,   SAMUEL  HOOD    288 

HILL,  THOMAS    387 

HILL,  WILLIAM  JAMES    251 

HILL,  WILLIAM  JOHN 378 

HILL,  WILLIAM  JOHN   633 

HILTON,   JOHN   HUGH    323 

HINCHCLIFF.   CHARLES    W 517 

HINCHCLIFFE.   MATHIAS 517 

HINCKLEY,  ARZA    ERASTUS    71 

HINCKLEY,  EDWIN  SMITH    220 

HINCKLEY,  IRA  NATHANIEL    220 

HIPWELL,  WILLIAM    536 

HIRSCHI,  ARNOLD   DANIEL    673 

HIRSCHI,  DANIEL    496 

HIRSCHI,  DAVID    496 

HIRSCHI,   GOTTLIEB    496 

HISKEY.  BENJAMIN     565 

HISKEY,   JOHN  S 565 

HITCHCOCK,  JOHN  CHESTER    154 

HITCHCOCK,   WILLIAM  HENRY 154 

HJORTH,  PETER  H 534 

HOBBS,   WILLIAM  DOWN    610 

HOBSON,  JESSE    323 

HOCHSTRASSER,  RUDOLPH    500 

HODGES,  NATHANIEL   MORRIS    643 

HODGES.  WILLIAM   NEHEMIAH    643 

HODGSON,  HENRY  W.    S 626 

HODGSON,  OLIVER    626 

HODSON,  JOHN    378 

HODSON,  WILLIAM    581 

HODSON,  WILLIAM    378 

HOFF,   HENRY   HERMAN    673 

HOGENSEN.   CHRISTIAN    487 

HOGG,  CHARLES     659 

HOGG,  JAMES     659 

HOGG,   ROBERT    659 

HOGG,   ROBERT,    JR 659 

HOGGE,   GEORGE    WILLIAM    628 

HOGLE,   JAMES    614 

HOGLE,  JAMES  A 614 

HOLDAWAY,   AMOS   DAVID    129 

HOLDAWAY,  ANDREW  NATHAN    129 

HOLDAWAY,   DANIEL  W 251 

HOLDAWAY.  DAVID    252 

HOLDAWAY.   ELMER   T 129 

HOLDAWAY,   JAMES  N 251 

HOLDAWAY,  JOHN   MADISON    129 

HOLDAWAY,  LOGAN  GILBERT    129 

HOLDA WAY.   SHADRACH    129 

HOLDAWAY.  WILLIAM    SHADRACH    129 

HOLDAWAY,  WILLIAM  S..  JR 1 29 

HOLDSWORTH,  JONAS,  JR 574 

HOLLADAY,  J.  M 673 

HOLLAND,  JOHN    252 

HOLLAND,   JOHN    WILLIAM    252 

HOLLINGSWORTH.    THOMAS    678 

HOLMAN,   ARTEMUS    81 

HOLMAN,  ISAAC    LESTER    81 

HOLMAN,  JAMES  A SI 

HOLMAN,  JAMES  S SI 

HOLMAN,   JOHN   GREENLEAF    81 

HOLMES,  JAMES     274 

HOLMES.  JONATHAN   H 169 

HOLROYD.   THOMAS  EDWARD   537 

HOLT,  ALBERT   537 

HOLT,  EDWARD    DAVID 584 

HOLT,  JESSE   PATTEN    537 

HOLT,  JOHN    537 

HOLT,   JOSEPH  MABEY    537 

HOLT,  MATTHEW    584 

HOLT,   SAMUEL    E 584 

HOLT,   WILLIAM    M 584 

IIOLYOAK,   HENRY    416 

HONE.   GEORGE    626 

HONE.   HENRY    626 

HOOPES,  WARNER    483 

HOOTON,  JOSEPH    RAYNER    480 


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HOOVER,  JOHN  WHITMER    288 

HOOVER,  JOHN   WHITMER,    JR 288 

HOPKINS.   LEPRELET  J 478 

HOPKINS,  R.  R 659 

HOPKINS,  WILLIAM    T 121 

HORMAN,   CHARLES    644 

HORMAN,  FRANCIS   D 644 

HORNE,  JOSEPH  SMITH   95 

HORROCKS,   EDWARD     467 

HORROCKS,   EDWARD   G 461 

HORROCKS,  ROGER    633 

HORROCKS,   SAMUEL    467 

HORSLEY,  HARRY    540 

HORSLEY,  HERBERT     565 

HORSLEY,  JOHN    P 496 

HOUGAARD,   RASMUS    H 170 

HOUSLEY,  GEORGE   F 461 

HOUSTON,   JAMES    170 

HOUTZ,   DANIEL  D 99 

HOUTZ,  JACOB    99 

HOUTZ,  J.  S 143 

HOUTZ,  PHILIP    143 

HOITZ,  PHILIP  EDWARD    143 

HOVEY,  JAMES  A 134 

HOVEY.  JOSEPH  GRAFTON    134 

HOWARD,   JAMES    607 

HOWARD,  JOHN   RICHARDS    612 

HOWARD,  JOSEPH    607 

HOWARD,   SAMUEL  HAMILTON   444 

HOWARD,  SAMUEL  L 444 

HOWARD,  THOMAS    607 

HOWARD.   WILLIAM,    JR 379 

HOWD,   SIMEON   (FULLER)    58 

HOWD,   SIMEON   FULLER,   JR 58 

HOWE,  AMOS    661 

HOWE.  GEORGE  E 661 

HOWELL,  ELIAS  WILLIS    323 

HOWELL,  HENRY  N 324 

HOWELL,   JAMES    578 

HOWELL,  JAMES    659 

HOWELL,   JAMES   P 525 

TTOWELL,  THOMAS  C.   D 324 

HOWELL,  THOMAS  JEFFERSON    578 

HOWELL,  WILLIAM    525 

|  HOYT,   SAMUEL  PIERCE    252 

I  HUBBARD,  CHARLES  WESLEY    155 

,  HUBBARD,  JAMES  WILLARD   155 

!  HUBER,  JOHN    583 

HUCKVALE.   JONATHAN 695 

HUDMAN,  JOHN    430 

HUFF,  DAVID    LOSEE    532 

HUFF.  JEFFERSON  ADAMS   376 

|  HUFF,  JOSEPH    532 

HUFFAKER,   LEWIS  ALBERT    100 

HUFFAKER,   SIMPSON   DAVID    100 

HUFFMAN,   JACOB     517 

HUFFMAN,  JACOB   WILLIAM    517 

HUGGINS,  WILLIAM    372 

HUGHES,  JOHN    502 

HUGHES,  MORGAN 324 

HUGHES,  WILLIAM   B    324 

TTULLINGER,  HARVEY   COK    490 

1 1  IT/LINGER,  WINFIELD  SCOTT    490 

HULLINGER,  WINFIELD    SCOTT,    JR 490 

HUMPHREYS,  GEORGE    449 

HUMPHREYS,  HYRUM   THOMAS    449 

HUMPHREYS,   SAMUEL    449 

HUMPHRYS.   GEORGE 452 

HUNSAKER,  ABRAHAM     158 

lirXSAKER,  ALLEN  C 158 

TONT,  AMOS    324 

TUNT,  JEFFERSON   114 

1UNT,  LEV!    252 

UNT.  THOMAS    574 

TUNT.  THOMAS    ALVIN    574 

IUNTER,   ADAM   PATTERSON    324 

-TUNTER,  ALEXANDER    643 

IUNTER,  DAVID  P   324 

TUNTER.  ISAAC   203 

FIUNTER,  JOHN  D    2S8 

KUNTER.  JOSEPH    288 

;IUNTER,  JOSEPH    SANDON    288 

TUNTER.  WILLIAM     289 

TUNTING.  WILLIAM  JAMES    367 

IUNTINGTON,  DTMICK   B 71 

IUNTINGTON,   GEORGE   AUGUSTUS    59 

IUNTINGTON,  GEORGE   W    59 

IUNTINGTON,  OLIVER  B 59 

TORD.  WILLIAM  BAKER    518 

TURREN,  JAMES    452 

IURREN,  JAMES  WILLIAM  DAVID    452 

TUSBANDS,  CHARLES  THOMAS    502 

IUSBANDS.  THOMAS  CART-OS   535 

TTTSBANDS.  WILLIAM 535 

TUSSEY.   CHARLES   HENRY    228 

HTSSEY.  DANIEL    AUGUSTUS    228 

TUTCHTNGS,  WILLIAM  WILLARD    170 

IUTCHINGS,  WILLIAM  WILLARD,  JR 170 


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HUTCHINS,  JAMES    439 

HUTCHINS,  JOHN  JAMES 439 

HUTCHINSON,   JACOB   FLYNN    234 

HUTCHINSON,  JACOB   FLYNN    233 

HUTCHINSON,  JAMES    568 

HUTCHINSON,  JOHN  W 568 

HYDE,  CHARLES    G 183 

HYDE.   GEORGE  T 182 

HYDE,  HEMAN    182 

HYDE,   ROSEL    182 

HYDE,  WILLIAM  A 182 

HYER,  ANDREW  L 191 

HYER,  CHRISTIAN     191 

HYMAS,  BENJAMIN    551 

HYMAS,   JOHN  A.    .  .  . ; 551 

HYMAS,   SAMUEL  EDWARD    551 

HYMAS,  WILLIAM    551 

HYMAS,  WILLIAM  ALFRED 551 


INDIANS,   KANOSH   AND  WASHAKIE    126 

INGRAM,  JAMES    377 

INGRAM,  JAMES  OLIVER   377 

IRVINE,  GEORGE    431 

IRVING,   WILLIAM    591 

ISAAC,   BENJAMIN    512 

ISAAC,  JOHN  PHILLIP 502 

ISAACSON,   NEILS     526 

ISGREEN.   ANDREW  JENS    484 

ISRAELSEN,  ANDREW  MARTIN   608 

ISRAELSEN,   TELLIF  JOHN    608 

ISRAELSEN,   ZACHARIAS  W    608 

IVERSEN,   PETER    556 

IVERSON,   ALMA   NICHOLAS    592 

IVERSON,   ALMA  NICHOLAS,  JR 592 

IVERSON,  GUSTAVE   ARNT    670 

IVERSON,   IVER  NICHOLAS    592 

IVIE,  CALVERT  MILTON   170 

IVTE,   WILLIAM  FRANKLIN    170 

IZATT,   ALEXANDER 606 


JACK,  JAMES   387 

JACK,  WILLIAM  H 387 

JACK,  WILLIAM  T 652 

JACKMAN,  LEVI    59 

JACKMAN,  LEVI    HARMON    59 

JACKSON,  AARON,    JR 455 

JACKSON,  ENOS    640 

JACKSON,   EUGENE    640 

JACKSON,  HENRY  CLARK   324 

JACKSON,  HENRY   WILLIAM    324 

JACKSON,  JOHN   WILLIAM    442 

JACKSON,   THOMAS    442 

JACOB,   ISAAC    60 

JACOB,  JOSEPH    59 

JACOB,  JOSEPH,  JR 60 

JACOB.  MILTON 60 

JACOB,   NORTON    59 

JACOBS,  DANIEL    485 

JACOBS,   GEORGE    P 191 

JACOBS,  H.    B 121 

JACOBS,  HENRY    CHARITON    121 

JACOBS,  JOHN     191 

JACOBS,  JOHN  S 191 

JACOBSEN.   EDDIE    MATTHIAS    636 

JACOBSEN,   LARS     471 

JACOBSEN,   LARS,   JR 471 

JACOBSEN,  OLE  H 636 

JACOBSEN,  .OLE    WILLIAM    636 

JACOBSON,   LAURITZ    546 

JAKEMAN,   JAMES   THOMAS    585 

JAMES,  GEORGE     452 

JAMES,   REES    D 622 

JAMES.  REUBEN     452 

JAMES,    SYLVESTER     85 

JAMES,   THOMAS  JOHN    398 

JAMES,  WALTER    691 

JAMES,  WILLIAM    F 414 

JANES.   JACOB     623 

JANNEY,   E.    M 476 

JANSON.   JOHN   A 592 

JARDINE,   JAMES    490 

JARDINE,   JAMES    B 490 

JARDINE.  JOHN    490 

JARDINE.   WILLIAM   H 491 

JASPERSON.   HANS     408 

JEFFRIES.   WILLIAM     535 

JEFFS.   ARTHUR   JAMES    555 

JENKINS.   EDWARD   ELMER    143 

JENKINS,  EVAN    526 

JENKINS,   EVAN    641 

JENKINS,   JAMES    417 

JENKINS.   JAMES    HARDY    594 

JENKINS,  JAMES    HARDY    594 

JENKINS,  JOHN    417 

JENKINS,  JOHN    526 


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JENKINS,  JOHN  LAIRD   694 

JENKINS,   LEWIS    494 

JENKINS,  LEWIS  ROBERT 494 

JENKINS,  THOMAS    325 

JENKINS,  THOMAS    143 

JENKINS,  WILLIAM     234 

JENKINSON,   SAMUEL  WILFORD    252 

JENNE,   BENJAMIN    170 

JENSEN,  ALMA  L 582 

JENSEN,   CARL   C 660 

JENSEN,   CHRISTIAN    409 

JENSEN,   CHRISTIAN  JULIUS    630 

JENSEN,  DAVID    660 

JENSEN,  DAVID    659 

JENSEN,  DAVID    J 596 

JENSEN,  HANS    : 620 

JENSEN,  HANS  PETER   388 

JENSEN,  HYRUM 388 

JENSEN,  HYRUM   D    596 

JENSEN,  JAMES     521 

JENSEN,   JAMES     468 

JENSEN,  JAMES   CHRISTIAN    670 

JENSEN,  JAMES  IVER 661 

JENSEN,  JAMES  PETER,    JR 637 

JENSEN,  JENS     468 

JENSEN,  JENS   CHRISTIAN    409 

JENSEN,  JENS   LARSON    509 

JENSEN,  JENS    PETER    629 

JENSEN,  JENS    PETER    628 

JENSEN,  JENS    PETER    388 

JENSEN,  JOHN    ROSEBERRY    510 

JENSEN,  JOSEPH    508 

JENSEN,   KNUT    548 

JENSEN,  LARS    P 582 

JENSEN,  OLE   ANDREW    582 

JENSEN,  PETER    508 

JENSEN,   PETER    582 

JENSEN,  PETER  DANIEL 629 

JENSEN,   SAMUEL  D 659 

JENSEN,   SOREN     507 

JENSEN,   SOREN    404 

JENSEN,   SOREN  P 575 

JENSEN,   SOREN  PETER   678 

JENSEN,   THOMAS    CHRISTIAN    629 

JENSEN,   WALDEMAR     620 

JENSON,  ANDREW  NIELSON    607 

JENSON,  JAMES    607 

JENSON,  JENS    471 

JENSON,  JOSEPH   HENRY    471 

JENSON,   LARS     697 

JENSON,   OLOF    697 

JENSON,  PETER    444 

JEPPESEN,  CHRISTIAN     476 

JEPPESON,  CHRISTIAN,   JR 476 

JEREMY,  THOMAS  E 192 

JEREMY,  THOMAS   E.,   JR 192 

JESSOP,  EDWARD    660 

JESSOP,  EDWARD,  JR 660 

JESSOP,  JOSEPH  SMITH    549 

JESSOP,  RICHARD    549 

JEX,  WILLIAM     399 

JOHANSEN,  LARS     404 

JOHN,  HENRY    565 

JOHN,  JAMES     565 

JOHN,  THOMAS    565 

JOHNS,  DAVID     536 

JOHNS,  DAVID  J 536 

JOHNS,  JOHN    536 

JOHNSON,  AARON     2 

JOHNSON,  AARON,  JR 2 

JOHNSON,  ALONZO    ALVARO    115 

JOHNSON,  ANDREAS     ' 595 

JOHNSON,  ANDREW  J 482 

JOHNSON,  BENGT    : 556 

JOHNSON,  BENGT,  JR 556 

JOHNSON,  BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN    66 

JOHNSON,  BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN,  JR 66 

JOHNSON,  BENJAMIN  WILLIAM   66 

JOHNSON,  CHARLES  A ' 67 

JOHNSON,   CLARENCE   IRWIN    4 

JOHNSON,  C.    P.   W 574 

JOHNSON,  DANIEL    404 

JOHNSON,  EDMUND  H.   C 575 

JOHNSON,  GEORGE  WASHINGTON    269 

JOHNSON,  GUSTAVIIS     557 

JOHNSON,  HANS    PETER    633 

JOHNSON,  JAMES,   JR 464 

JOHNSON,  JAMES   EDWIN    405 

JOHNSON,  JAMES  WARREN    420 

JOHNSON,  JARVIS    115 

JOHNSON,  JARVIS    115 

JOHNSON,  JOEL  ANDREW : 660 

JOHNSON,  JOEL  H 161 

JOHNSON,   JOHN      405 

JOHNSON,  JOHN      604 

JOHNSON,  JOHN 673 

JOHNSON,  JOHN  LYCURGUS   420 

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JOHNSON,  JOSEPH     464 

JOHNSON,  JOSEPH     (WEAVER)     461 

JOHNSON,  LARS  FERDINAND    648 

JOHNSON,  LEWIS    PETEIt 405 

JOHNSON,  LORENZO     660 

JOHNSON,  LORENZO,  JR 660 

JOHNSON,  MADS     403 

JOHNSON,  MILAS    EDGAR    269 

JOHNSON,  NEPHI     161 

JOHNSON,   NIELS    405 

JOHNSON,  NIELS  PETER   673 

JOHNSON,  OLUF     405 

JOHNSON,  PETER     403 

JOHNSON,  PETER     I 405 

JOHNSON,  RACE    APHALUS    115 

JOHNSON,  RICHARD     289 

JOHNSON,  RICHARD     660 

JOHNSON,  ROBERT      387 

JOHNSON,   SAMUEL     482 

JOHNSON,   SETH    162 

JOHNSON,  THOMAS    SMITH     170 

JOHNSON,  URBAN      661 

JOHNSON,  WILLIAM  LEAMAN   115 

JOHNSON,  WILLIS  KELSEY,  JR.    252 

JOHNSON,  WILLIS    (WEAVER)    461 

JOHNSTON,  CHARLES    MOMEN    660 

JOHNSTUN,  ALMA  JAMES    71 

JOHNSTUN,  JESSE   WALKER    71 

JOLLEY,  BRYANT  HEBER    325 

JOLLEY,  WILLIAM   H 588 

JOLLEY,  WILLIAM   H 661 

JONES,  BENJAMIN,  JR 170 

JONES,  DAVID    PROSSOR    700 

JONES,  DAVID    R 653 

JONES,  EDWARD    461 

JONES,  EDWARD,  JR 461 

JONES,   ELISHA     252 

JONES,  ELMER  B 684 

JONES,  EVAN     643 

JONES,  GEORGE    D 512 

JONES,  GEORGE    MARTIN    602 

JONES,  HEBER  LORENZO    642 

JONES,  HOPKINS    620 

JONES,  ISAAC    MORLEY    253 

JONES,  JAMES  E 606 

JONES,  JAMES  F 155 

JONES,  JAMES  SIMKINS    382 

JONES,  JENKIN     637 

JONES,  JENKIN,  JR 637 

JONES,  JETER   EDWARD    703 

JONES,   JOHN      694 

JONES,  JOHN    LEE 382 

JONES,  JOHN  PIDDIXG   381 

JONES,  JOHN  PRICHARD    606 

JONES,  JOHN  R 512 

JONES,  JOHN  REES,  JR.    3!>8 

JONES,  JOSEPH     252 

JONES,  JOSEPH  THOMAS    15 

JONES,  JOSEPH    WILFORD    15 

JONES,  LEHI   WILLARD    28 

JONES,  MARK     62 

JONES,  MERLIN    

JONES,  MILES   HUDSON    32 

JONES,  MILES   L ' 32 

JONES,   NATHANIEL    VARY     17 

JONES,  NATHANIEL  VARY,    JR 17 

JONES,  PHILETUS    47 

JONES,  RICHARD    

JONES,  RICHARD   69 

JONES,  RICHARD,    JR 69 

JONES,  RICHARD    E 2 

JONES,  ROBERT    64 

JONES,  ROBERT    ALLEN     64 

JONES,   SAMUEL  LANE    12 

JONES,  SAMUEL  STEPHEN    4 

JONES,  THOMAS  C 64 

JONES,  THOMAS  E 16 

JONES,  WILLIAM    6* 

JONES,  WILLIAM  E 2 

JONES,  WILLIAM  EDWARD     7 

JONES,  WILLIAM    PARSONS    1 

JONES,  WILLIAM  R 2 

JORDAN,  JOHN    3 

JORDAN,  JOHN   PHILIPS    3 

JORDAN,  JOSEPH  HYRUM    3 

JORGENSEN,   EDWARD  JOHANNAS   4 

JORGENSEN,  MADS     4 

JORGENSEN,  MASS    *' 

JORGENSEN     (GEORGESON),  NIELS   4 

JORGENSEN,  RASMUS  G * 

JOSEPHSON,  ANDREW   M * 

JOST,  JOHN  A 4 

JOST,  SAMUEL  EDWARD    I 


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JUDD,  WILLIAM    RILEY    51P 

JUDD,  ZADOK   KNAPP    J 

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KAIGHN,  MAURICE  M 685 

KANOSH    126 

KARLSON,  CLAUS  HERMAN    471 

KARKKN,  HYRUM     .      72 

KARKEN,  THOMAS     72 

KARREN,  THOMAS  S 72 

KARTCHNER,  MARK   ELISHA    75 

KARTCHNER  WILLIAM   DECATUR    75 

KAY,  JOHN  THOMAS    415 

KAY,  WILLIAM    159 

KEARNS,  AUSTIN     214 

KEARNS,  EDWIN    J .    214 

KEARNS,   HAMILTON   H 214 

KEARNS,  THOMAS     689 

KEELER,   DANIEL   HUTCHINSON    325 

KEELER,  DAVID    ARTHUR    203 

KKELER,   JAMES      203 

KIOELER,   JOSEPH    BRIGHAM    326 

KEEP,  JAMES   JOSEPH    326 

KEETCH,  ALFRED  GREENWOOD    544 

KKETCH,  CHARLES  GREENWOOD   532 

KEETCH,  CHARLES  GREENWOOD,  JR 532 

KEITH,  DAVID     -.    689 

KELLER,  JACOB     597 

KKLLER,  JAMES    MORGAN    405 

KELLER,  JAMES  MORGAN,  JR 405 

KELLY,  E.    W 395 

KELLY,  JOHN  395 

KELLY,  VIRGIL    525 

KELSEY,  EASTON    271 

KKLSEY,  ELI  B 326 

KKLSEY,  STEPHEN  60 

KELSEY,  STEPHEN  ROBERT  60 

KK.MP,  CHARLES  439 

KKNDALL,  LEV!  CYRUS  60 

KENDALL,  LEVI  CYRUS,  JR 60 

KENDALL,  LEVI  NEWELL   60 

KENDELL,  GEORGE  W 417 

KEXDELL,  WILLIAM   417 

KENNARD,  LEONIDAS  HAMLIN  635 

KENNARD,  LEONIDAS  HAMLIN,  JR 635 

KENNEDY,  CHARLES  134 

KENNEDY,  JAMES  HORACE  248 

KENNELLY,  JAMES  M 689 

KENNEY,  AMASA  72 

KENNEY,  AMASA,  JR 72 

KKNNINGTON,  RICHARD  449 

KENNINGTON,  WILLIAM  HENRY  449 

KENT,  SIDNEY  B 148 

KKNT,  WILLIAM  RILEY  148 

KERBY,  FRANCIS  698 

KKRSHAW,  JOSEPH  HYRUM  WATKINS  617 

KESLER,  ALONZO  PRATT  276 

KESLER,  FREDERICK  276 

KKSLER,  JOSEPH  276 

KETTLE,  JOHN  446 

KETTLE,  ROBERT  446 

KEYES,  ALMA  241 

KEYES,  HARRISON  220 

KEYSOR,  GUY  MESSIAH  227 

KEYSOR,  WILLIAM  GEORGE  227 

KIESEL,  FRED  J 576 

KIESEL,  FREDERICK  WILLIAM  576 

.KILLPACK,  JOHN  603 

KILLPACK,  JOHN  DAVID  365 

IKILLPACK,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH  365 

KIMBALL,  ABRAHAM  ALONZO  48 

iKIMBALL,  DANIEL  H 48 

KIMBALL,  DAVID  PATTEN  47 

:KIMBALL,  EDWIN  620 

IKIMBALL,  HEBER  CHASE  47 

IKIMBALL,  JOHN  HENRY  47 

KIMBALL,  JONATHAN  GOLDEN  48 

IKIMBALL,  JOSEPH   48 

KIMBALL,  LOUIS  C 48 

KIMBALL,  NEWEL  W 48 

KIMBALL,  SOLOMON  FARNHAM  47 

KIMBALL,  THATCHER   47 

IKIMBALL,  WILLIAM  GHEEN  48 

jKIMBALL,  WILLIAM  HENRY  47 

KINDRED,  EDMOND  HENRY  431 

XING,  CULBERT 272 

'KING,  CULBERT  LEVI  272 

KING,  DAVID  MORRIS  439 

KING,  ELEAZER,  JR 203 

KING,  JOHN  486 

KING,  JOHN  E 326 

KING,  ROBERT  EDSON  326 

KING,  THOMAS  363 

KING,  THOMAS  CALLISTER  272 

vING,   THOMAS  CLARK    439 

s ING,  THOMAS  EDWARD    396 

<JNG,  THOMAS   EDWIN    272 

CING,   THOMAS  FRANKLIN    396 

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KING.  THOMAS  OWEN    363 

KING,  THOMAS   RICE    .  272 

KING,  VOLNEY   E 203 

KING,  WILLIAM    326 

KING,  WILLIAM    HENRY    272 

KINGFORD,   WILLIAM   RICHARD    411 

KINGSBURY,  JOSEPH  C 88 

KIRBY,  JOHN   BENCLEY    689 

KIRBY,  THOMAS  WRIGHT    589 

KIRK,  JAMES   628 

KIRK,  PHILIP    628 

KIRKPATRICK,  MOSES     685 

KIRKWOOD,  ROBERT   CAMPBELL    452 

KNAPP,  ALBEPT     115 

KNIGHT,  ALONZO     253 

KNIGHT,  JAMES  VINSON    661 

KNIGHT,  JEQ6E    8   and  228 

KNIGHT,   JESSE  WILLIAM    228 

KNIGHT,  JOHN    701 

KNIGHT,  JOHN,  JR 701 

KNIGHT,  NEWELL    661 

KNIGHT,  WILLIAM    610 

KNIGHTON,  GEORGE    679 

KNOWLES,  EDWARD  AUSTIN   652 

KNOWLTON,  BENJAMIN   FRANKLIN    575 

KNOWLTON,  GEORGE  QUINCY    575 

KNOX,  WILLIAM    434 

KNUDSON,  CHARLES  WILLIAM   326 

KNUDSON,  WILLIAM    326 

KNUTSON,  HANS    604 

KOEVIN,  SVANTE  JOHAN   633 

KOFFORD,  CLARENCE  LOUIS   365 

KOFFORD,  PAUL  ERNEST   365 

KOFFORD,  WILLARD  HOGAN    480 

KOTTER,  HENRY  HERMAN  LUDVICK    629 

KUHRE,  MARTIN  PEDERSEN    551 

KUHRE,  WILLIAM   DOBBIE    551 

KUNZ,  JOHN    674 

KUNZ,  JOHN,   JR 674 


LAIRD,  EDWARD    452 

LAIRD,    JAMES     452 

LAKE,  JOHN  WILLIAM    575 

LAKE,  WILLIAM     575 

LAMB,   SUEL    326 

LAMBERT,   CHARLES     192 

LAMBERT,  CHARLES   JOHN    192 

LAMBERT,  GEORGE    C 192 

LAMBERT,  JOHN     216 

LAMBERT,  JOHN  CARLOS    216 

LAMBERT,  JOHN    CARLOS,  JU 216 

LAMBERT,  JOSEPH    HEBER    217 

LAMBORN,  JOSEPH  THOMAS    615 

LAMBSON,  ALFRED    B 88 

LANE,  JAMES     538 

LANEY,   ISAAC     95 

LANGFORD,  JEREMIAH    EUCHLET    428 

LANGLOIS,  GEORGE     661 

LANGSTON,  JACOB  HEATHECUT    421 

LANGSTON,  JOHN    421 

LAPISH,  JOSEPH     499 

LAPISH,  JOSEPH  SELTER    499 

LARK,   ERASTUS   ROBERT    501 

LARK,  WILLIAM    500 

LARKIN,  ELIJAH    585 

LARKIN,   GEORGE  WILLIAM    585 

LARSEN,  ALMA    B 601 

LARSEN,  ALMA   CLARENCE    406 

LARSEN,  ANDREW    472 

LARSEN,  ANDREW    583 

LARSEN,  CHRISTIAN   A 406 

LARSEN,  CHRISTIAN    GRICE     404 

LARSEN,    CHRISTIAN    J 404 

LARSEN,  EMILE   W 406 

LARSEN,   ERIC    414 

LARSEN,  HANS    PETER    427 

LARSEN,  HANS   S 645 

LARSEN,  HENRICK    600 

LARSEN,  HENRY     600 

LARSEN,   JAMES    R 406 

LARSEN,  JOHN     521 

LARSEN,  JOSEPH  JORGEN    414 

LARSEN,  LARS   C 521 

LARSEN,  LARS  C.,  JR 521 

LARSEN,  LAURITZ     404 

LARSEN,  LAURITZ    EDWARD     600 

LARSEN,  LAURITZ   ORSEN    404 

LARSEN,  PETER     427 

LARSEN,   PETER     647 

LARSEN,  PETER  CHRISTIAN    404 

LARSEN,   SAMUEL   HENRY    404 

LARSON,  CARL  HENNING    578 

LARSON.   CHRISTIAN   HENSEN    648 

LARSON,  LARS    253 


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LARSON,  LARS    C 484 

LARSON,   LAKS    C 581 

LARSON,   LARS    JAMES    253 

LARSON,   MADS     620 

LARSON,   NIELS    PETER 489 

LARSON,  NILS    557 

LARSON,   THURSTON    115 

LASHBROOK,   EDWARD   LAKER    560 

LATER,   PETER    487 

LATER,   SAMUEL    S 487 

LATIMER,   THOMAS     387 

LAUB,  GEORGE    327 

LAWRENCE,   ELISHA    RANDOLPH    701 

LAWSON,  DAVID   COTTIER    421 

LAWSON,  JOHN    V 115 

LAWSON,  JOSEPH     421 

LAYMAN,  ADOLPH     536 

LAYMAN,  JOHN     536 

LAYTON,  CHARLES     327 

LAYTON,   CHRISTOPHER     327 

LAYTON,   CHRISTOPHER    E 327 

LEATHAM,  ALEXANDER    367 

LEATHAM,  JAMES    367 

LEATHAM,  WILLIAM  A 367 

LEAVITT,  C.   L 494 

LEAVITT,  GEORGE    100 

LEAVITT,  JOHN  QUINCY    512 

LEAVITT,  JOSEPH  WIRE    100 

LEAVITT,   JOSIAH     696 

LEAVITT,   LEMUEL    STURDIFONT    192 

LEAVITT,   NATHANIEL    494 

LEE,  ALFRED    204 

LEE,   CHRISTEN   C 469 

LEE,  ELI    S 204 

LEE,   EZEKIEL     159 

LEE,   FRANCIS   CHRISTEN    469 

LEE,   GEORGE    491 

LEE,  ISAAC     327 

LEE,  JOHN  PERCIVAL    215 

LEE,  JOHN   SHIELDS    204 

LEE,  JOSEPH   WARREN 159 

LEE,  ORRIN  STRONG    159 

LEE,  THOMAS     204 

LEE,   THOMAS    655 

LEE,  WILLIAM    232 

LEE,  WILLIAM    RICHARD    232 

LEES,  JOHN     374 

LEES,  JOHN,    JR 374 

LEES,  JOSIAH    374 

LEES,  JOSIAH,    JR 374 

LEES,   JOSIAH   N 374 

LEFEVRE,  WILLIAM    327 

LEFFLER,  JAMES   A 544 

LENZI,  MARTIN     473 

LEONARD,  DAVID    HENRY    370 

LEWIS,  BENJAMIN  MARION    289 

LEWIS,   ENOCH     484 

LEWIS,  FREDRICK     399 

LEWIS,  JESSE   WILLIAM    541 

LEWIS,   JOHN   A 399 

LEWIS,  JOHN  MOSS    67 

LEWIS,  NERIAH     289 

LEWIS,  NERIAH  R 289 

LEWIS,   PRESTON     253 

LEWIS,   PRESTON  KING    253 

LEWIS,   SINEY    253 

LEWIS,   THOMAS    D 684 

LEWIS,  W.    D 183 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM  CRAWFORD    81 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM  JOHN    183 

LIDDELL,  ABRAHAM    698 

LIDDELL,  PETER    GILLESPIE    698 

LIECHTY,   ABRAHAM  BRIGHAM    583 

LIECHTY,  JOHN     583 

LILJENQUIST,  HAROLD    F 469 

LILJENQUIST,   OLE  N 469 

LINDHOLM,  CARL  ERIE    541 

LINDQUEST,  CHARLES  JOHN  AARON    579 

LINDQUIST,   NILS    AARON    579 

LINDSAY,   EDGAR   MONROE    327 

LINDSAY,  GEORGE  E 327 

LINDSAY,   JAMES     549 

LINDSAY,  JOHN     549 

LINDSAY,   PHILEMON     328 

LINDSAY,  WALTER    545 

LINDSAY,  WARREN    P 328 

LINDSAY,  WILLIAM  RUCKMINSTER    327 

LINFORD.   ALBERT  HENRY    453 

LINFORD,   AMASA    C 453 

LINFORD,  JOSEPH  W 453 

LINTON,  JOHN    BUTTON     387 

LINTON,   SAMUEL    387 

LITTLE,   A.   H 134 

LITTLE,   FERAMORZ    290 

LITTLE,  GEORGE  E 107 

LITTLE,  JAMES    AMASA    171 

LITTLE.  JESSE   C 61 

LITTLE,  WALTER  W 61 


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LITTLEFIELD,  JOSEPH    610 

LITTLEFIELD,   JOSEPH  GEORGE    BIO 

LISH,  WILLIAM  SEELY    254 

LISONBEE,   HUGH   DOBBINS 251 

LIVINGSTON,   CHARLES     661 

LIVINGSTON,  D.    H 662 

LIVINGSTON,  WILLIAM   D 134 

LLOYD,   CHARLES  HEBER    366 

LLOYD,  THOMAS    439 

LLOYD,  THOMAS  WILLIAM    439 

LLOYD,  WILLIAM  JOHN    366 

LLOYD,  WILLIAM   THOMAS   LEA    439 

LOCK,  JOSEPH    617 

LOFTHOUSE,  JAMES     703 

LOFTHOUSE,  JAMES    374 

LOFTHOUSE,   JAMES  R 374 

LONDON,   JOHN    550 

LONGY,   FRANCIS   X 204 

LOOFBOUROW,  CHARLES    F 685 

LOOFBOUROW,   FREDERICK   C 685 

LOOFBOUROW,   LEON  L 695 

LOOFBOUROW,  WADE    685 

LOOSLE,  GEORGE     502 

LOOSLE,  JOHN   KASPER    502 

LOOSLI,  DIMOND  M 505 

LOOSLI,   ULRICH    505 

LORDS,  WILLIAM  S 328 

LORENTZEN,  GOTTFRED    674 

LOTT,  CORNELIUS   P 67 

LOTT,  JOHN  S 155 

LOVE,   STEPHEN    H 328 

LOVELESS,  JOHN    290 

LOVELESS,  JOSEPH    J 290 

LOVELL,   JOHN    254 

LOW,   OSBORNE     441 

LOW,   SYLVESTER    441 

LOWE,  JOHN    375 

LOWE,  RICHARD    290 

LOWE,   RICHARD  ALVIN    290 

LOWRY,  JOHN    107 

LOWRY,   JOHN,   JR 108 

LOYND,  JOSEPH    455 

LOYND,  RICHARD    456 

LUFF,  GEORGE   D 527 

LUFF,  GEORGE  T 527 

LUFKIN,  CHARLES  H 328 

LUFKIN,  GEORGE  WASHINGTON    328 

LUFKIN,   SAMUEL    328 

LUKE,   CHARLES   OLIVER    254 

LUKE,  CHARLES  WILLIAM    254 

LUKE,  HENRY    255 

LUKE,  WILLIAM    254 

LUKE,  WILLIAM  ANDREW    255 

LUND,  ANTHON  H 546 

LUND,   CHRISTIAN   N 670 

LUND,  HENRY  C 546 

LUND.  ROBERT   C ' 351 

LUNDBLAD,  HANS    439 

LUNDHOLM,  ANDREW  C 638 

LUNDQUIST,  AXEL  THEODORE   594 

LUNN,  JOHN    642 

LUNT,  ALFRED    466 

LUNT,  EDWARD    466 

LUNT,  HENRY    254 

LUNT,  HENRY  W 254 

LUTZ,  FREDRICK    620 

LYBBERT,   CHRISTIAN   F.    B 618 

LYMAN,  AMASA  MASON    50 

LYMAN,  AMASA   MASON,   JR 51 

LYMAN,  FRANCIS  MARION   7  and  50 

LYMAN,   FRANCIS    M.,    JR 50 

LYMAN,  GEORGE  ALBERT    50 

LYMAN,   JOHN  C 50 

LYMAN,   RICHARD  ROSWELL 50 

LYMAN,  WALDO  WILCKEN    51 

LYON,  ALBERT  C 483 

LYON,  JOHN    366 

LYON,  JOHN,   JR 366 

LYON,  JOSEPH   CORNELIUS    427 

LYON,  JOSEPH  DE 427 

LYON.   THOMAS    388 

LYON.  WILLIAM  HENRY   366 

LYTHGOE,  JAMES    60S 

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MABEY,  ALBERT .  560 

MABEY,   JOSEPH  THOMAS   561 

MACDUFF,   MALCOLM    538 

MACFARLANE,   ISAAC   CHANCEY    328 

MACFARLANE,   JOHN  MENZIES    328 

MACK,  HENRY   M 429 

MACK,    (McCRACKEN),  JAMES    429 

MACKAY,  DANIEL    ]  08 

MACKAY,  JOHN    108 

MACKAY,  JOHN  CALDER   1 08 

MACKAY.  THOMAS    108 

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MACKET,   SAMUEL,   JR 329 

MACKINTOSH,   DANIEL,    JAMES     329 

MACKNIGHT,   JAMES     329 

MACKNIGHT,  JOSEPH  FIELDING    329 

MADSEN,  ANDREW    406 

MADSEN,  BRIGHAM    406 

MADSEN,  HANS  PETER 497 

MADSEN,  HANS  PETER,  JR 497 

MADSEN,  MADS   PETER    406 

MADSEN,   MADS   PETERSEN    680 

MADSEN,   NELS    497 

MADSEN,   NELS    497 

MADSEN,  PARLEY   WILLIAM    406 

MADSEN,   PETER    406 

MADSEN,  PETER   P 497 

MADSEN,  VICTOR  E 497 

MADSON,   ADOLPH    497 

MADSON,  HANS   389 

MADSON,  JACOB    388 

MADSON,  OSCAR   B 389 

MAESER,  KARL  GOTTFRIED    512 

MAIR,  ANDREW    648 

MALAN,  JOHN    703 

MALIN,   FREEMAN    162 

MALIN,  JAMES  ELIJAH    162 

MALIN,  JAMES  ELIJAH,  JR 163 

MALIN,   SAMUEL     162 

MALLORY,  CHARLES  HENRY    239 

MALLORY,  WARREN  JAMES    239 

MANGUM,  JAMES  HARVEY    95 

MANGUM,   JOSEPH  ESLEM   329 

MANGUM,  W.  LESTER   95 

MANNING,  DAVID    E 382 

MANNING,  ELI     382 

MANNING,  JOHN  RUSSELL    701 

MANNING,  WILLIAM   C 382 

MANNING,  WILLIAM  HENRY    702 

MANSFIELD,   MATTHEW    171 

MANSFIELD,  MATTHEW  WINBERG    171 

MANWILL,   JOHN  FERRINGTON    329 

MANWILL,  JOHN  WORKLEY   329 

MARBLE,  DANIEL  B 267 

MARBLE,   HENRY   L 267 

MARCHANT,  ABRAHAM     411 

MARCHANT,  ABRAHAM  ROBERT    411 

MARCHANT,  ALBERT    GEORGE    HENRY 411 

MARGETTS,   PHILIP     171 

MARRIOTT,   HENRY    561 

MARRIOTT,   HENRY   G 561 

MARRIOTT,  HYRUM  WILLARD    290 

MARRIOTT,  JOHN    290 

MARRIOTT,   THOMAS  E 561 

MARSDEN,  JOHN.   JR 424 

MARSDEN,   LUCIUS  NELSON    , 424 

MARSDEN,  WILLIAM    424 

MARSHALL,  GEORGE  THOMAS    447 

MARSHALL,  GEORGE   THOMAS,    JR.  447 

MARSHALL,   JOHN     641 

MARSHALL,   JOSEPH  HYRUM 641 

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MARSHALL,  WILLIAM,    JR 597 

MARSING,  NIELS  LARSON   508 

MARTIN,  JOSIAH  FLEMMING    389 

MARTIN,  JOSIAH  FLEMING,   JR 389 

MARTIN,  LEWIS  D 691 

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MARTIN,  THEODORE  MONROE    541 

MARTINEAU,  JAMES  HENRY   255 

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IA1X3HAN.   WILLIAM  HARRISON    225 

MUSS,  JACOB     674 

jTAUSS,  MICHAEL    674 

'!AW,  ABRAHAM    400 

IAW,  EDWARD     399 

,IAW,  ROBERT    .399 


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MAW,  ROBERT,  JR 400 

MAXF1ELD,   ELIJAH  H .    265 

MAXFIELD,  JOHN  ELLIS    265 

MAXWELL,  JAMES     651 

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MAY,  JAMES   IRA    .330 

MAYCOCK,  AMOS    330 

MAYCOCK,  JAMES   AMOS    330 

MAYCOCK,  JOHN    .330 

MAYCOCK,  JOHN  EDWIN 330 

MAYER,   GEORGE    155 

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MAYHEW,   OTTO   LYMAN    362 

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MEAKIN,  JOHN  P 662 

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MECHAM,  JONATHAN   JAMES    275 

MECHAM,  LEWIS    700 

MECHAM,  LEWIS,    JR 274 

MECHAM,   WILLIAM  WHITMER    274 

MEEKS,  JOHN    662 

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MEEKS,   PRIDDY    100 

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MEIKLEJOHN,  ROBERT    431 

MEGUIRE,  WILLIAM   WELLS    332 

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MELDRUM,  JAMES   LOWE    499 

MELDRUM,  THOMAS  ALBERT    500 

MELDRUM,   THOMAS   ALEXANDER    499 

MELLEN,  JOHN    135 

MELLEN,  JOHN  R 135 

MELLEN,  JOSEPH  H 135 

MELLOR,  EDWIN  JAMES    648 

MELLOR,   JAMES     648 

MELLOR,  JOHN    648 

MELTON,   ROBERT  SMITH    171 

MEMMOTT,   SAMUEL    518 

MEMMOTT,  WILLIAM    518 

MENDENHALL,  ARTHUR   JOHN    332 

MENDENHALL,  GEORGE  MADISON 332 

MENDENHALL,   RICHARD  LOVELL    332 

MENDENHALL,  RICHARD   LOVELL,   JR 332 

MENDENHALL,   THOMAS    332 

MENDENHALL,   THOMAS    332 

MENDENHALL,  WILLIAM     332 

MENDENHALL,   WILLIAM  HENRY    332 

MERKLEY,   CHRISTOPHER    192 

MERKLEY,   CHRISTOPHER   AMOS    192 

MERKLEY,   JOHN    192 

MERRELL,   PORTER  WILLTAM   256 

MERRELL,  WILLIAM  PORTER    256 

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MERRILL,  CLARENCE    333 

MERRILL,  EDWIN  DE  LAFAYETTE   291 

MERRILL,   GEORGE  G 160 

MERRILL,  HIRAM   WILLARD    379 

MERRILL,  HORATIO  HARRIS    255 

MERRILL,  JEDEDIAH  GRANT    72 

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MERRILL,  JOSEPH  HARRIS    255 

MERRILL,  JUSTIN  J 160 

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MERRILL,  MARION    333 

MERRILL,  MARRINER  WOOD    379 

MERRILL,   ORRIN   J 255 

MERRILL,   ORRIN   PRESTON    255 

MERRILL,   PHILEMON  C 72 

MERRILL,   SAMUEL 72 

MERRILL,   SAMUEL  B 255 

MERRILL,   SOLYMAN    S 143 

MERRILL,  THOMAS  HAZEN   379 

MERRITT,   SAMUEL    615 

MEYER,  CHARLES  PETER    557 

MEYER,  JACOB  E 689 

MEYER,  LOUIS  ALEXANDER    662 

MICHIE,   ROBERT    541 

MICKELSEN,   JAMES  PETER   521 

MICKELSEN,   JENS    521 

MICKLEJOHN,  DAVID  FORBES    620 

MIDDLETON,  CHARLES    FRANKLIN    122 

MIDDLETON,   GEORGE   W 456 

MIDDLETON,   JOHN    456 

MIKESELL.  HYRUM  W 333 

MILES,  ALBERT    156 

MILES,  EDWIN  RUTHVEN    156 

MILES,  EDWIN   RUTHVEN,   JR 156 

MILLARD,  JAMES  RADFORD    371 

MILLER,  ANDREW 646 

MILLER,   ARNOLD  DANIEL    333 

MILLER,  ARNOLD   DANIEL,   JR 334 

MILLER,   CHARLES  J 646 

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MILLER,   DANIEL  G 149 

MILLER,   FRANKLIN  ANDERSON    179 

MILLER,  FREDERICK  ANDRUS    275 

MILLER,    FREDERICK  S 275 

MILLER,   HENRY  WILLIAM    333 

MILLER,  JACOB    149 

MILLER,   JACOB  FRANKLIN    149 

MILLER,  JAMES    649 

MILLER,  JOHN    620 

MILLER,  MARTIN    389 

MILLER,  REUBEN    149 

MILLER,  REUBEN  PARLEY    149 

MILLER,   STEPHEN     663 

MILLER,   URIAH  GEORGE   149 

MILLER,   WILLIAM    122 

MILLER,  WILLIAM     " 248 

MILLER,  WILLIAM   H 663 

MILLER,   WILLIAM   H 333 

MILLF.R,  WILLIAM  M 333 

MILLER,   WILLIAM    PERRY    122 

MILLETT,  ARTEMUS    461 

MILLETT,  PAUL  ALMA   461 

MILLS,  ALBERT  EDMOND    538 

MILLS,   CHARLES  EDMOND  THOMAS    538 

MILLS,   JAMES  THOMAS    494 

MILLS,   RICHARD  ISAAC    494 

MILNER,   ARCHIBALD  C 690 

MINCHIE.   PLEASOUT     657 

MITCHELL,  ALFRED   HEZEKIAH    398 

MITCHELL,  FREDERICK  A.   H.    FRANK    398 

MITCHELL,  HEZEKIAH    398 

MITTON,   SAMUEL   BAILEY    477 

MITTON.    SAMUEL  CROWTHER    477 

MOESSER,  JOSEPH    220 

MOFFAT,  DAVID    KAY    500 

MOFFAT,  JOSEPH  S 500 

MOFFETT,   JOSEPH    389 

MOLEN,  FRANCIS   M 100 

MOLEN,   JESSE   SIMPSON    100 

MOLEN,  MICHAEL  KENNETH   101 

MOLEN.  MICHAEL  W 100 

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MONSON,   EZRA  PETER    472 

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MONTAGUE,   JOHN    334 

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MOON,  HENRY     229 

MOON,  HENRY  M 229 

MOON,  JOHN  THOMAS    229 

MOORE,   DAVID    193 

MOORE,  DAVID    629 

MOORE,   GEORGE  S 532 

MOORE,   LEWIS   B 692 

MOORE,   THOMAS  ELLIS   629 

MOORE,   W.  H 663 

MORE,   CALVIN  WHITE   130 

MORGAN,   EDWARD    228 

MORGAN,   EDWARD    334 

MORGAN,   EVAN  S 465 

MORGAN,   JOHN    407 

MORGAN,  JOHN    662 

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MORGAN,   THOMAS    641 

MORGAN,  WILLIAM    334 

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MORLEY,  ISAAC 122 

MORRILL,  JOHN     334 

MORRILL,   LABAN   D 334 

MORRIS,   CHARLES  M 515 

MORRIS,  ELIAS    334 

MORRIS,   GEORGE    148 

MORRIS,   GEORGE    V 148 

MORRIS,  HYRUM  BOWLES    497 

MORRIS,  ISAAC  C 389 

MORRIS,   JAMES   B 421 

MORRIS,  JOHN    334 

MORRIS,  JOHN  STEPHEN    588 

MORRIS,   NEPHI   LOWELL   335 

MORRIS,   RICHARD  v. .' 335 

MORRIS,   ROBERT    515 

MORRIS,  WILLIAM    421 

MORRIS,  WILLIAM  R 421 

MORRISON,  GEORGE  LEO    335 

MORRISON,  JAMES   BRUCE    444 

MORRISON,  JOHN    335 

MORRISON,   JOSEPH    335 

MORRISON,  WILLIAM    444 

MORSE,   CHARLES  W 686 

MORSK.   FRANCIS   YOUNG    494 

MORSE,  RICHARD    595 

MORSE,   WILLIAM     589 

MORSE.   WILLIAM   E 589 

MORTENSEN,  ANDREAS  P 601 

MORTENSEN,   KNIID    579 

MORTENSEN,  NIELS  CHRISTIAN    605 


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MORTENSEN,  NIELS  W 601 

MORTENSEN,  PETER  579 

MORTON,  THOMAS  FINCHER  HARRY  619 

MORTON,  THOMAS  FINCHER  HARRY 619 

MOSES,  JAMES    536 

MOSES,  JESSE  TILTON  536 

MOSS,  JOHN  6119 

MOSS,  JOSEPH  135 

MOSS,  WILLIAM   135 

MOSS,  WILLIAM  F 521 

MOTT,  DANIEL  RICHMOND  421 

MOWER,  HENRY  291 

MOWREY  (MOREY),  HARLEY  72 

MOYES,  JOHN  H 645 

MOYES,  WILLIAM  480 

MOYES,  WILLIAM    645 

MOYLE,  HENRY  447 

MOYLE,  JAMES  447 

MOYLE,  JAMES  HENRY  447 

MOYLE,  JOHN  ROWE  447 

MUHLESTEIN,  JOHN  NICHOLAS  583 

MUHLESTEIN.  NICHOLAS    583 

MUIR,  GEORGE  462 

MUIR,  JAMES   389 

MUIR,  MOSES   130 

MUIR,  WILLIAM  SMITH  130 

MULLETT,  JOSEPH  E 649 

MULLINER,  SAMUEL  256 

MUMFORD,  EDWARD  T 183 

MUMFORD,  JOHN  W 549 

MUMFORD,  THOMAS  549 

MUNK,  HANS  JORGEN  444 

MUNSON,  JOHN  407 

MUNSON,  JOHN  HENRY  407 

MURDOCK,  DANIEL  HALL   ...  .240 

MURDOCK,  GIDEON  A 90 

MURDOCK,  JOHN  90 

MURDOCK,  JOHN  HEBER  90 

MURDOCK,  JOSEPH  ROYAL  85 

MURDOCK,  JOSEPH  STACY  90 

MURDOCK,  JOSEPH  THOMAS  91 

MURDOCK,  NYMPHUS  CORIDON  85 

MURPHY,  EMANUEL  MASTERS  f  H 

MURPHY,  HYRUM   5" I 

MURPHY,  JESSE  JEANS  6S.O 

MURPHY,  WILLIAM  B 650 

MURPHY,  WILLIAM  COLUMBUS  .  .  501 

MURRAY,  DAVID  515 

MURRAY,  ELI  H 682 

MURRAY,  JOSEPH  ELLISON  575 

MUSSER,  A.  MILTON  291 

MUSTARD,  DAVID  335 

MYERS,  ALMA  THORNTON  603 

MYERS,  HYRUM  P 557 

MYERS,  JACOB   557 

MYERS,  JOSEPH  495 

MYERS,  LOUIS  J 557 

MYERS,  WILLIAM  495 

MYLKR,  JAMES  205 

MYLER,  ORRIN  MAINE  205 

MYLER,  ORRIN  M..  JR 206 

MYRUP,  LARS  CHRISTEN  N 630 

McALISTER,  CHARLES  HOUSTON  588 

McALISTER,  JOHN  ARCHIBALD 588 

MoALISTER,  JOHN  ARCHIBALD,  JR 588 

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MCALLISTER,  DUNCAN  MCNEIL  593 

MCALLISTER,  DUNCAN  WILLIAM  598 

MCALLISTER,  GEORGE  STANLEY  598 

MCALLISTER,  JAMES  GOFORTH  27t 

MCALLISTER,  JAMES  GOFORTH,  JR 27( 

MCALLISTER,  JOHN  DANIEL  H 26f 

MCALLISTER,  JOHN  DANIEL  T 26! 

MCALLISTER,  MALCOLM  59* 

MCALLISTER,  MORONI  H 26! 

MCALLISTER,  RICHARD  GOFORTH  26! 

MCALLISTER,  RICHARD  WESLEY  52r 

MCALLISTER,  WILLIAM  J.  F 52f 

MCALLISTER,  WILLIAM  WALLACE  271 

McARTHUR,  WASHINGTON  PERRY  25< 

McBEMUS,   GEORGE 48i 

McBRIDE,  HARLUM     20 

McBRIDE,  HEBER  R 45' 

McBRIDE,  JAMES    25' 

McBRIDE,  REUBEN    25' 

McBRIDE,   REUBEN  A 2  • 

McCARREL,  JESSE  HUGHES   3; 

McCARREY,  JAM  ES  LEWIS   S 

McCARREY,  WILLIAM    38 

MCCARTY,  NELSON,  JR i 

MCCARTY,  WILLIAM  M «« 

McCHRYSTAL,  JOHN    4 

McCLELLAN,  H.  J 25 

McCLELLAN,   JAMES    * 

McCLELLAN,   WILLIAM  CARROLL 2! 

McCULLOCH,   ALEXANDER    49 

McCULLOCH.   JOHN  BLACK    49 

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McCUNE,  MATTHEW   476 

McCURDY,  JACOB  E 372 

McCURDY,  JACOB  WENTLIN   372 

McDANIEL,   GEORGE  WASHINGTON   331 

McDANIEL,  JOHN    330 

MCDONALD,  EDWARD  634 

MCDONALD,  JAMES  G 205 

MCDONALD,  JOHN  KILPATRICK  204 

MCDONALD,  JOHN  TAAFFEE  204 

MCDONALD.  WILLIAM  256 

Mc-EWAN,  DANIEL  DEAN 505 

McEWAN,  JOHN  171 

\li-E\VAN,  JOSEPH  THOMPSON  505 

McFARLAND,  ARCHIBALD  429 

McFARLAND,  CHARLES  B 429 

McFARLAND,  WILLIAM  429 

McFERSON,  DIMON  267 

McGARY,  CHARLES  M 220 

vIcGARY,  JAMES  211 

ileGARY,  WILLIAM  HENRY  211 

iIcGHIE,  ALEXANDER  401 

McGHIE,  WILLIAM,  JR 401 

.IcGREGOR.  JAMES  STEPHEN  257 

.IcGREGOR,  WILLIAM  256 

.IcGURRIN,  FREDERICK  T 685 

.IcGUIRE,  PATRICK  HENRY  674 

IcINTIRE.  BRIGHAM  FRANKLIN  205 

IcINTIRE,  BRIGHAM  OSCAR  205 

IcINTOSH,  WILLIAM  331 

IcINTYRE,  SAMUEL  388 

IcINTYRE,  WILLIAM  HOWELL 388 

IcKAY,  ANGUS  588 

IcKAY,  DAVID  484 

IcKAY,  DAVID  0 484 

IcKAY,  WILLIAM  484 

IcKEAN,  JAMES  B 685 

itoKEAN.  THEODORE  361 

tlcKEAN,  THEODORE,  Jit 361 

k-KEIS.  JAMES  A 257 

IcKEE,  WILLIAM  331 

k-KEI.L,  ROBERT  331 

!tcKELL,  ROBERT  W 331 

IcKENDRICK,  ROBERT  662 

ifcKENDRICK,  W.  M 662 

TcKINLEY,  GEORGE  HAMILTON  615 

[cKENZIE,  RODERICK  687 

ifcLACHLAN.  WILLIAM  586 

IcLAWS,  JOHN  i 290 

reLAWS,  JOHN,  JR 291 

JtcLAWS,  JOHN  WILLIAM  291 

eMASTER,  ALEXANDER  402 

•cMASTER,  JOHN  B 402 

'•  cMASTER,  WILLIAM  ATHOL  402 

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cMICHAEL,  WILLIAM  331 

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rMURRAY,  JAMES    331 

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AEF,  JACOB  1 505 

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SEDHAM,  JAMES     422 

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SELEY,  ARMENIUS  MILLER    206 

ISELEY,  ARMENIUS   MILLER,    JR 206 

SELEY,  PETER  EDGAR    237 

CELEY,  WILLIAM  N 237 

SIBAUR,  ALEXANDER    135 

SLSEN,  ANDREW    336 

SLSEN,  ANDREW,  JR 336 

SLSEN,   ERASTOS   336 

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:i.SON,  ANDERS    512 

;.LSON,  ANDREW  C 575 

OLSON,  AUGUST  LEV!    474 

SLSON,  CHARLES  ARTHUR 336 

SLSON,  CHRISTIAN    365 


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NELSON,  DAVID    336 

NELSON,  HENRY    512 

NELSON,   JAMES  HORACE    336 

NELSON,  JENS  C 440 

NELSON,  JENS  CHRISTIAN    365 

NELSON,   JENS  KNUD .365 

NELSON,  JOSEPH    440 

NELSON,  LARS  LOVENDAHL    .407 

NELSON,  LARS   P 407 

NELSON,  LARS  PETER 611 

NELSON,   NELS    365 

NELSON,  NELS  AUGUST    474 

NELSON,  NELS   C 445 

NELSON,   NELS   CHRISTIAN,   JR 445 

NELSON,   SOREN    422 

NELSON,   SOREN    445 

NELSON,   SWANTY    512 

NELSON,  WILLIAM  GOFORTH    215 

NELSON,   WILLIAM    RICHARD    513 

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NESLEN,   SAMUEL  F 363 

NESLEN,  WILLIAM  FRANCIS    363 

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NEWMAN,   JOHN    336 

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NIBLEY,   CHA  RLES  W 571 

NIBLEY,  JAMES    571 

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NICOL,  THOMAS    390 

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NIELSON,  AUGUSTINUS     407 

NIELSEN,   BENDT    407 

NIELSEN,   CARL  HENDRICK    636 

NIELSEN,   CHARLES  ANDREW    408 

NIELSEN,   CHRISTOPHER   663 

NIELSEN,   GEORGE    407 

NIELSEN,  GEORGE   ALBERT    507 

NIELSEN,   GUSTAVE     507 

NIELSEN,  HANS    534 

NIELSEN,   JORGEN  CHRISTIAN    577 

NIELSEN,  JOSEPH  A 462 

NIELSEN,   NIELS  BENT   462 

NIELSEN,  NIELS  C 546 

NIELSEN,   NIELS   JACOB    615 

NIELSEN,   NIELS   JOSEPH    462 

NIELSEN,    PETER    618 

NIELSEN,   SOREN    646 

NIELSON,   ANDREW  CHRISTIAN    604 

NIELSON,  ANTON   674 

NIELSON,  HANS  1 697 

NIELSON,  HEBER   PETER    557 

NIELSON,   JENS    489 

NIELSON,   LARS     579 

NIELSON,  NEILS  PEDER   557 

NIELSON,   SOREN   600 

NIELSON,   SWEN  0 593 

NILSON,  NILS     484 

NILSON.   PETER    484 

NIRDEN,  THOMAS    337 

NIXON,  GEORGE   WILLIAM    377 

NIXON,   GEORGE  WILLIAM,  JR 377 

NOBLE,  JOSEPH  B 101 

NOBLE,   LIICIAN   230 

NOBLE,  WILLIAM  G 566 

NOBLE,   W.    P 690 

NOE.  ABRAM    337 

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NORTON,  JAMES  WILLEY    156 

NORTON,  LEANDER  D 156 

NORTON,  WILLIAM   ANDREW    291 

NORVILL,   GEORGE    291 

NORWOOD,   RICHARD  SMITH    122 

NOWERS,  WILLSON    GATES    276 

NOYES,  FRED  F 699 

NUTTALL,  LEONARD   JOHN    337 

NUTTALL,  LEONARD  JOHN,  JR 337 

NUTTALL,   THOMAS  C 337 

NUTTALL,  WILLIAM    337 

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ODEKIRK.  HEBER    337 

ODEKIRK,  ISAAC    FRANKLIN    337 

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ODELL,  GEORGE  THOMAS   526 

ODELL,  JOSEPH    526 

ODELL,   JOSHUA  FREDERICK    526 

ODELL,   THOMAS  GEORGE   526 

ODELL,   THOMAS  GEORGE   526 

OGDEN,  JOSEPH    645 

OGDEN,   JOSEPH  L 645 

OGDEN,  JUNIUS  FRANCIS    646 

OGDEN,  WILLIAM    646 

OGDEN,  WILLIAM,  JR 645 

OGILVIE,   GEORGE     426 

OHLSON,   GUSTAVE   ADOLPHUS    597 

OKERLUND,   GEORGE  W 534 

OKERLUND,   OLE    534 

OKEY,   EDWIN    171 

OKEY,   HARVEY   CLARK    172 

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OLIVER,   SAMUEL    531 

OLSEN,   BENGT    551 

OLSEN,   CARL  M    541 

OLSEN,   CARL  STEEN    634 

OLSEN.   CHARLES  C 408 

OLSEN,   CHRISTEN  J 408 

OLSEN,   CHRISTIAN    489 

OLSEN,   FREDRICK    472 

OLSEN,   GUSTAVE    601 

OLSEN,  HANS    634 

OLSEN,  JAMES     408 

OLSEN,   JAMES  PETER   507 

OLSEN,  JOSEPH  REUBEN   551 

OLSEN,   OLE    472 

OLSEN,    PETER    I    383 

OLSEN,   SEREN,  JR 383 

OLSEN,   SHURE    193 

OLSEN,  WROL   CHRISTIAN    634 

OLSON,   BRICK  ERICKSON    675 

OLSON,   ERICK   LEHI    675 

OLSON,  GEORGE  DANIEL    408 

OLSON,  JAMES  C 602 

OLSON,   KNUT    601 

OLSON,   OLA    702 

OLSON,  OLA    601 

OLSON,   WILLIAM  FRANCIS   408 

ORD,   JOHN  W 462 

ORD,   THOMAS    462 

OREM,  W.   0 689 

ORME.   JOSEPH  CROSS    456 

ORME,  LAFAYETTE   456 

ORME,   SAMUEL  WASHINGTON    456 

ORME,   SAMUEL  WASHINGTON,    JR 456 

ORTON,   JOEL  HILLS    450 

ORTON,   JOEL   HILLS    702 

ORTON.   SAMUEL  TAYLOR   450 

OSGUTHORPE,  JOHN    390 

OSMOND,  ALFRED   576 

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OSTLER.   J.    S 257 

OTTERSTROM,   JONAS    445 

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PACE,  GEORGE   MILTON.    JR 172 

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PACE.   JAMES    EDWIN    172 

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PACE.   JOHN  HARDISON    136 

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PACKER,   OSSIAN   LEONIDAS    172 

PAGE,  DANIEL    338 

PAGE,  JAMES 523 

PAGE,  JONATHAN  SOCWELL   338 

PAGE,  JONATHAN   SOCWELL,   JR 338 

PAGE,  JONATHAN    SOCWELL,    III 338 

PAGE,  JOSEPH     338 

PAGE.    SAMUEL  R 338 

PAGE,   THOMAS 523 

PAINE,  T.   J 663 

PAINE,  WILLIAM   G  RANT    663 

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PAPWORTH,  OSBORNE  TAVENER    608 

PAPWORTH,  RICHARD     608 

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PARKER,   WYMAN  MINER    234 

PARKES,  THOMAS  H.  G 597 

PARKIN,   JOHN    588 

PARKIN,  WILLIAM  J 589 

PARKINSON,   FRANKLIN  CHANDLER   412 

PARKINSON,  FREDERICK    SMART    413 

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PARKINSON,   GEORGE    CHANDLER    412 

PARKINSON,   JAMES    *. 382 

PARKINSON,   JAMES     600 

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PARKINSON.   SAMUEL    ROSE    412 

PARKINSON,   THOMAS    382 

PARKINSON.   WILLIAM    CHANDLER    412 

PARRISH.   EZRA    257 

PARRY,   CALEB     193 

PARRY,   CALEB.    JR 193 

PARRY,  EDWARD  W 563 

PARRY,  JOHN     193 

PARRY,  JOHN     462 

PARRY,   JOSEPH    339 

PARRY,   OWEN  JONES    563 

PARRY,   PARLEY   MORONI    193 

PARTINGTON,   RALPH     390 

PARTRIDGE,   EDWARD    172 

PARTRIDGE,   EDWARD.  JR 173 

PARTRIDGE,   ERNEST    DELTON    173 

PARTRIDGE,  JOHN   C 17S 

PARTRIDGE,   STANLEY    17S 

PARTRIDGE,  WILLIAM  CLAYTON    1 

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PATE,   JACOB  G 339 

PATE.   ROBERT    BURROWS    339 

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PATTEN.  WILLIAM  CORNWELL    229 

PATTERSON,   C.   S 686 

PAUL,  JOHN    R 416 

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PAUL,  WALTER    4 

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PAUL,  WILLIAM     417 

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PAYNE.   EDWARD    60S 

PEA,   JOHN    S 

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PEACOCK,  GEORGE    2 

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PEARCE,  ALONZO    339 

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PEARCE,   CHARLES   RODWELL    570 

PEARCE,  EDWARD    569 

PEARCE,  GEORGE  ALBERT   3; 

PEARCE,   ROBERT    580 

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I'KARSON,   EPHRAIM    JOHN     73 

PEARSON,   JESSE    257 

PEARSON,   RULIAN    VANCE    73 

1'ICARSON,   WILLIAM    BENJAMIN     73 

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PECK,  WALTER  HENRY   597 

PEDERSON,  CHRISTIAN    576 

PEERY,  DAVID    HAROLD    612 

PEERY,  DAVID    HENRY    612 

PEERY,  JOSEPH   STRAS    612 

PEIRCE.   ELI  HARVEY   61 

PEIRCE,   ELI   HARVEY,    JR 61 

FENDER,  JAMES    F 621 

PENNEY,   EZRA  WILLLIAM    173 

PENROD,   DAVID    257 

PENROD,   DAVID   NEPHI    257 

PENROD,  OLIVER    390 

PENROD,  OLIVER    ALLEN    390 

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PERKES,  REUBEN   566 

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PERKINS,   EDWARD   MARTIN    434 

I  PERKINS,   GEORGE  CARLOS    140 

I  PERKINS,  GEORGE   WASHINGTON    140 

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I  PERKINS,  JOHN    621 

PERKINS.  JOSEPH    434 

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PERKINS,   SAMUEL   JOHN    454 

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PERKINS.   WILLIAM    THOMAS     141 

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PERRY,  GEORGE  WILLIAM    258 

I  PERRY,  JOHN  SYLVESTER    240 

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PERRY,  MARTIN   STEWART    240 

!  PERRY,   STEPHEN    257 

PERRY,   STEPHEN   CHADWICK    240 

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;  PERRY,  WILLIAM  HEBER    258 

'  PERRY,  WILLIAM    HOWARD     258 

!  PETERS,  DAVID    193 

PETERS,  MORRIS    REES    193 

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PETERSEN,  HANS     582 

i  PETERSEN,  HANS    J 675 

I  PETERSEN,  HANS   T 675 

PETERSEN,   JAMES  0 453 

I  PETERSEN,  LARS    C 580 

iPETERSEN,   LORENTZ     582 

'PETERSEN,  SOREN  CHRISTIAN  580 

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PETERSON,  HANS    664 

PETERSON,  HANS  PETER  637 

PETERSON,  JAMES  646 

PETERSON,  JAMES  EPHRATM  422 

PETERSON,  JAMES  MORTEN  547 

PETERSON,  JAMES  MORTEN  547 

PETERSON,  JENS  K 422 

PETERSON.  JOHN  AUGUST   702 

PETERSON,  JOHN  AUGUSTUS  440 

PETERSON,  JOHN  HANS  637 

PETERSON,  JOHN  T 418 

PETERSON,  LARS  PETER  605 

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PETERSON.   NIELS  PETER    546 

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PETERSON,  R.    S 664 

PETTEGREW,   DAVID    73 

PETTEGREW,   WILLIAM    HELAMAN    73 

PETTEY,   HEBER    C.    KIMBALL    156 

PETTEY,  WILLIAM  GEORGE    156 

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PHELPS,   HENRY   ENON    136 

PHELPS,   JOSEPH    M 206 

PHELPS,  JOSHUA   ALMA    t 136 

PHELPS,   MORRIS    206 

PHELPS,  WILLIAM  WINES    136 

PHILLIPS,   GEORGE  MATHEW  DOW    434 

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PHILLIPS,   JAMES   EMERY    435 

PHILLIPS,  JOSEPH    615 

PHILLIPS,  JOSEPH    C 615 

PHILLIPS,   RICHARD 518 

PHILLIPS.  WILLIAM  G 173 

PICKERING,   FRANKLIN    HARPER    642 

PICKERING,   SIMEON     642 

PICKETT,  MORONI     570 

PICKETT,   OLIVER  B 570 

PICKUP,  GEORGE,   JR 130 

PIDCOCK,   JEDEDIAH   WILLIAM,   JR 410 

•PIDCOCK,  WILLIAM  HASELGROVE    410 

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PIERPONT,   THOMAS    630 

PIKE,   JOHN    NIGHTINGALE    644 

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PINCOCK,   GEORGE   A 340 

PINCOCK,   JAMES    H 340 

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PINGREE,  JOB,    JR 468 

PINGREE.   JOHN    468 

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PIXTON,   WILLARD    130 

POLL,  WILLIAM   F 627 

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POND,   STILLMAN     109 

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PORRITT,  THOMAS    456 

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PORTER,   JARED    RILEY    258 

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PORTER,  JOSEPH   RICH    103 

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PORTER,   LYMAN  WIGHT    103 

PORTER,   NAHUN   BISBEE    664 

PORTER.   NATHAN  TANNER    103 

PORTER,   SANFORD,    JR 103 

PORTER,    SANFORD   MARIUS    103 

PORTER,   WARRINER    AHAZ    103 

PORTER,   WILLIAM   F 495 

POTTER,   EARNEST   HENRY    174 

POTTER,   GARDNER    GODFREY    173 

POTTER,   WILLIAM    EARNEST    174 

POTTER,   WILLIAM  GEORGE    82 

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POWELL,  JAMES   Q 1 

POWELL,  JOHN    4 

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PRATT,  ALMA    122 

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PRATT,  ORSON    51 

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PREECE,   MARK   HENRY    340 

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PRESTON,   JAMES  WHITMORE,   JR 292 

PRESTON,   SAMUEL    ,. 643 

PRESTON,   THOMAS    644 

PRESTON,  WILLIAM    643 

PRESTON,  WILLIAM    BOWKER    481 

PRESTON,  WILLIAM  BOWKER,  JR 481 

PRESTON.   WILLIAM   BOWKER.   Ill 481 

PRESTWICH,   CYRUS  HERBERT   WHEELOCK    612 

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PRICE,  JOHN  EVAN    664 

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PRICE,  JOHN  WALTON   258 

PRICE,   LORENZO    567 

PRICE,   LORENZO,    JR 567 

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PRICE,  WILLIAM  D 664 

PRICE.  WILLIAM    S 391 

PRIESTLY,  JOHN    570 

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PROBST,  JACOB     675 

PROBST,  JOHN  ULRICH    675 

PROVIS,   RICHARD   S 292 

PROWS    (PROUSE),   WILLIAM  COOK    73 

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RICH,  BENJAMIN  LEROY   I1 

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DBINSON,  JACK  126 

OBINSON,  JAMES  HENRY  175 

OBINSON,  JOSEPH   342 

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DBINSON,  OLIVER  LEE  175 

DBINSON,  WILLIAM  SMITH  194 

3BISON,  DANIEL  ALEXANDER  500 

PBISON,  DAVID  508 

PBISON,  JOSEPH  MILLARD  259 

pBISON,  JOSEPH  V 259 

PBISON,  MORONI     508 

pBISON,  PETER 259 

pBISON,  WILLIAM     500 

)CKWELL,  ORIN  P 61 

)CKWOOD,  ALBERT    PERRY     62 

)CKWOOD,  CHARLES   WELCOME    62 

1DEBACK,  CHARLES      342 

)DEBACK,  CHARLES    L 342 

)DEBACK,  JAMES      342 

DDEBACK,  LORENZO   BARNES    .342 

1GERS,  ALMA  DENTON    552 

>GERS,  ELISHA   HENRY    .  207 

X3ERS,  ISAAC,    JR 82 

>GERS,   NEPHI    207 

)GERS,  NEPHI    NOAH     207 

>GERS,  RUEL  MILLS 477 

>GERS,  THEODORE    207 

>GERS,  WILLARD      207 

>LFE,  SAMUEL  JONES    89 

'LFSEN,  JACOB    534 

>MRELL.  FRANCIS     422 

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ROPER,  HENRY     '. 156 

ROSE,  ABRAHAM    379 

ROSE,  ALLEY  STEPHEN   380 

ROSE,  ANDERS  PETER    537 

ROSE,  CHARLES    EDGAR    .  415 

ROSE,   FREDERICK  W 415 

ROSE,  WESLEY    260 

ROSEBERRY,  CHARLES     487 

ROSKELLY,   SAMUEL    368 

ROSS,  JAMES  ANDREW 214 

ROSS,   JAMES  JACKSON   214 

ROSS,   STEPHEN  WEEKS,  JR 440 

EOSS,  THOMAS    214 

ROSSITER,   FREDERICK    CHARLES    571 

ROSSITER,  WILLIAM   A 571 

ROWAN,  MATHEW     435 

ROWE,  WILLIAM  H 679 

ROWLAND,  BENJAMIN    391 

ROWLAND,  GEORGE   558 

ROWLAND,   SAMUEL     558 

ROWLEY,  GEORGE     440 

ROWLEY,  JOHN  THOMPSON    342 

ROWLEY,  JOSEPH   SMITH    441 

ROWLEY,  RALPH  NEPHI    342 

ROWLEY,   SAMUEL     702 

ROWLEY,   SAMUEL    JAMES    702 

ROYAL,  WILLIAM   H 665 

ROYLANCE,  AARON     343 

ROYLANCE,  HEBER    C 343 

ROYLANCE,  HENRY    224 

ROYLANCE,  JOHN    223 

ROYLANCE,  WILLIAM    223 

ROYLANCE,  WILLIAM    363 

ROYLANCE,  WILLIAM    J 342 

ROYLANCE,  WILLIAM  M 223 

ROYLE,  HENRY  MORONI    175 

ROYLE,  JAMES  FREEMAN 176 

ROYLE,  WILLIAM     527 

ROUNDY,  JARED    CURTIS    53 

ROUNDY,  JOHN     53 

ROUNDY,  JOHN  DAVIS    63 

ROUNDY,  LAUREN   HOTCHKISS    52 

ROUNDY,  SHADRACH     52 

ROUNDY,  WILLIAM  HEBER    52 

RUFF,  GEORGE   676 

RUMEL,  JOHN  H 208 

RUSHTON,  EDWIN     292 

RUSS,  NELSON   DANIEL    617 

RUSSELL,  ALLEN     343 

RUSSELL,  DANIEL    C 343 

RUSSELL,  HORACE    343 

RUSSELL,   SAMUEL    513 

RUSSELL,  WILLIAM  GREENWOOD    343 

RUST,  GEORGE   B 74 

RUST,  GEORGE    SMITH    74 

RUST,   WILLIAM    WALKER    74 


SABEY,  JAMES 463 

SABEY,  JAMES,  JR 463 

SABIN,  ARA    WILLIAM    260 

SABINE,  JAMES     643 

SALISBURY,  E.    D 665 

SALISBURY,  O.    K 472 

SALISBURY,   ORANGE  J 693 

SALMON,  GENERAL    FRED    688 

SANBORN,  GEORGE    B 679 

SANBORN,  JOHN   W 679 

SANBORN,   WILLIAM     679 

SANDERS,  WILLIAM      611 

SANFORD,  ALFRED     664 

SANFORD,  ALLEN  TILGHMAN   686 

SANT,  GEORGE    516 

SANT,   JOHN    515 

SAVAGE,   DAVID      86 

SAVAGE,  LEVI      176 

SAWLEY,  EDWARD      676 

SAXTON,   SOLOMON      521 

SCHADE,  A.    WILHART    605 

SCHADE,  C.    FRED   605 

SCHADE,   CHRISTIAN   F 605 

SCHAEFFER,  J.    WILSON    682 

SCHAERRER,  HENRY     505 

SCHAERRER,  JOHN  J 505 

SCHEID,  CARL  A 692 

SCHMUTZ,  GOTTLIEB     676 

SCHMUTZ,   JOHN     676 

SCHNEITTER,  CHARLES     533 

SCHOENFELD,   EMIL   EDGAR    601 

SCHOENFELD,  FREDERICK    W 601 

SCHOENFELD,  JOHN  EDWARD   601 

SCHOFIELD,   JOHN     681 

SCHOW,  HANS    SORENSON    472 

SCOTT,  ANDREW   HUNTER    275 

SCOTT,   CANBY     275 

SCOTT,   EPHRAIM     176 

SCOTT,  GEORGE  COMB    275 

SCOTT,  GEORGE  COMB,    JR 275 

SCOTT,  JOHN      176 

SCOTT,  JOHN    W 176 

SCOTT,   SIR  WALTER    275 

SCOVILLE,  HORATIO   BARDWELL    595 


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SCRIGGINS,   SAMUEL     ., 343 

SCROWTHER,   WILLIAM    581 

SEAGAR,  GEOKGK    665 

SEAGAR,  GEORGE    FRANKLYN    .  .  665 

SEAGAR,   HERBERT    SPEXCER    .  .  665 

SEAGAR,   R.  A 665 

SEAMAN,  JOHN    396 

SEAMONS,  ALFRED      506 

SEAMONS,   ELIJAH     375 

SEAMONS,   HENRY      506 

SEAMONS,   SAMUEL      513 

SEARLE,   CHARLES   D 343 

SEARS,   ISAAC     508 

SEARS,  JOHN      598 

SEARS,  SEPTIMUS   W.    598 

SECRIST,  HEBER  NEPHI    176 

SECR1ST,  JACOB  F 208 

SECRIST,  JACOB    MORONI    208 

SECRIST,  THOMAS    EDWIN    208 

SEEGM1LLER,  ADAM    F 528 

SEEGMILLER,   DANIEL     528 

SEEGMILLER,   WILLIAM  ADAM...  528 

SEEGMILLER,   WILLIAM  HENRY  .  527 

SEEGMILLER,  WILLIAM  WEST...  528 

SEELY,   DON  CARLOS    110 

SEELY,   JOHN    H 110 

SEELY,   JUSTUS  AZAEL    109 

SEELY,  JUSTUS    WELLINGTON...  109 

SEELY,  ORAXGE     110 

SEELY,   WILLIAM    STEWART     109 

SELCIv,   WILLIAM  WALDEMAR  ...  594 

SELMAN,   MORMON    VERNON 629 

SELLARS,   KILLIS      665 

SKLLEY,   WILLIAM     624 

SELLEY,   WILLIAM,    JR 625 

SESSIONS,   CARLOS    LYON    86 

SESSIONS,   DANIEL  ALEXANDER.  116 

SESSIONS,   DAVID     86 

SESSIONS,   KEPLAR      86 

SESSIONS,   PERRIGRINE    86 

SESSIONS,  RICHARD     116 

SEVERE,   HARRISON    226 

SEVERE,   HYRUM   H 226 

SEVERN,   WILLIAM    457 

SEWELL,  JOSEPH     553 

SEWELL,   JOSEPH,   JR 553 

SEWELL,  WILLIAM    553 

SHAFFER,   JAMES  MARION    573 

SHANKS,   JAMES    434 

SHANKS,   JAMES  DOCK    434 

SHARP,  ADAM    260 

SHARP,   FRANCIS    568 

SHARP,  FRANCIS,    JR 568 

SHARP,   JAMES 242 

SHARP,   JOHN     242 

SHARP,   JOHN,   JR 242 

SHARP,   JOHN  A 260 

SHARP,  JOHN  C 242 

SHARP.   JOHN  N 242 

SHARP,   JOSEPH   C 242 

SHARP,   JOSEPH   TRUMAN    513 

SHAW,  ABRAHAM    343 

SHAW,   ABRAHAM,   JR 344 

SHAW,   AMBROSE      144 

SHAW,   AMBROSE   AMOS    144 

SHAW,  ELIJAH     392 

SHAW,  JAMES  FERGUSON   695 

SHAW,  JOHN     392 

SHAW,   JOHN     144 

SHAW,   JOHN     143 

SHAW,  LUKE    649 

SHAW,   MYRTILLO    143 

SHAW,   MYRTILLO,    JR 144 

SHAW,   OSMOND    B 292 

SHAW,   WILLIAM     144 

SHAW,   WILLIAM    D 144 

SHAW.  WILLIAM   ORSON    392 

SHEETS,   EDWIN   S 87 

SHEETS,   ELIJAH   FUNK    86 

SHEETS.   NEPHI  MUSSER 86 

SHELLEY,   JAMES   270 

SHELLEY,   JAMES    BOYER    270 

SHELLFY,    STEPHEN     344 

SHELLEY,   THOMAS      270 

SHELTON,   ROBERT      617 

SHEPHERD,   JOSEPH    RUSSELL  .  .  670 

SHEPHERD,   M.    DE    LAFAYETTE.  105 

SHEPHERD,  WILLIAM      670 

SHIELDS,   GEORGE     308 

SHIELDS,   GEORGE    W 368 

SHIELDS,   JOHN     344 

SHIELDS,  JOHN    F 208 

SHIRTS,   PETER     260 

SHOELL,   EDWIN     634 

SHOELL,   EDWIN    G 635 

SHOEMAKER,  ALEXANDER  M 105 

SHULBERG,  WILLIAM  A 676 

SHUMWAY,  ANDREW    P 63 

SHUMWAY,  ANDREW    T 63 

SHUMWAY,  CHARLES     63 

SHUMWAY,   CHARLES    M 63 

SHUMWAY,   SAMUEL  B 63 

SHUPE,  ANDREW   JACKSON 176 

SHIIPE.  JOHN   W 176 

SHURTLEFF,   HARRISON     SMITH.  123 

SHURTLEFF,   HARRISON    TUTTLK  123 

SHURTLEFF,   VINCENT    123 

SHURTLIFF,  FRANCIS    MARION..  273 

SHURTLIFF,  JESSE   W 273 

SHURTLIFF,   LEWIS  WARREN    ...  273 

SHURTLIFF.  LUMAN    ANDRUS  ...  273 

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SILL,  JOSEPH  ALBERT    447 

SILVER,  HYRUM  A 491 

SILVER,   JOHN  A 491 

SILVER,  WILLIAM   JOHN    491 

SIMKINS,    CHARLES    243 

SIMKINS,  JOSEPH     243 

SIMMONS,  AMMON      123 

SIMMONS,   JOSEPH    M 260 

SIMMONS,  LEVEN     123 

SIMMONS,  ORRA WELL     414 

SIMPER,   DANIEL 619 

SIMPER,   THOMAS  WILLIAM 619 

SIMPSON,  JOHN     157 

SIMPSON,  THURSTON     157 

SINCLAIR,  WILLIAM      598 

SINNETT,  GEORGE     459 

SIRR1NE,   GEORGE   EDWARD    344 

SIRR1NE,   GEORGE   WARREN    344 

SIRRING,  JAMES  CURTIS    344 

SIRRINE,  JAMES  WARREN    344 

SIRRINE,   THEODORE   CURTIS    ...    344 
SKANCHY,  ANTHON    LORENZO...    644 

SKEEN,  J.    D 123 

SKEEN,  JOSEPH    123 

SKEEX,  LYMAN     123 

SKELTON,  ROBERT    194 

SKELTON,  ROBERT,   JR 194 

SKIDMORE,   HENRY    B 292 

SKIDMORE,  WILLIAM     LOBARK..    425 

SKLIRIS,  LEONIDAS  G 691 

SLACK,   WILLIAM      495 

SLADE,  JEFFERSON    208 

SLADE,  JEFFERSON  C 208 

SLATER,  RICHARD    344 

SLATER,  THOMAS     345 

SLAUGH,  ISAAC    IVORY    576 

SLAUGH,  JOHN  JACOB     542 

SLAUGH,  JOHN  JACOB,  JR 542 

SLAUGHTER,   SAMUEL  N 509 

SLAIGHT,  THOMAS    260 

SMART,  ABEL     639 

SMART,   NEPHI     649 

SMART,   THOMAS     345 

SMART,  THOMAS   SHARRATT    345 

SMART,  WILLIAM    HENRY     345 

SMITH,  ADAM     464 

SMITH,  ADAM   G 345 

SMITH,  ALMA    L 176 

SMITH,  ARTHUR   S 398 

SMITH,  BENJ.    F 505 

SMITH,   BENJAMIN   MARK    260 

SMITH,   CHARLES  H 221 

SMITH,  DANIEL     123 

SMITH,   ELIAS     293 

SMITH,   GEORGE  ALBERT     48 

SMITH,  GEORGE  ALBERT     49 

SMITH,   GEORGE  ALBERT,    JR....      64 

SMITH,  GEORGE  MICHAEL     230 

SMITH,  GEORGE  YOUNG     573 

SMITH,  GEORGEN     542 

SMITH,  HALMA    82 

SMITH,   HYRUM      221 

SMITH,  HYRUM  EUGENE    221 

SMITH,   HYRUM   MACK      148 

SMITH,  HYRUM     (  PATRIARCH  )...  1279 

SMITH,   ISAAC     215 

SMITH,  JESSE     623 

SMITH,  J.   FEWSON    589 

SMITH,  JOHN    148 

SMITH,  JOHN    48 

SMITH,  JOHN 542 

SMITH,  JOHN  ANDREW     394 

SMITH,  JOHN  B 345 

SMITH,  JOHN   HENRY     49 

SMITH,  JOHN  PEARSON    293 

SMITH,  JOHN   PEARSON,    JR 293 

SMITH,  JOHN   SIVIL     230 

SMITH,  JOHN    THOMAS    395 

SMITH,   JOHN    WILLIAM    87 

SMITH,  JOHN  X 394 

SMITH,   JOSEPH      183 

SMITH,  JOSEPH   DANIEL     626 

SMITH,   JOSEPH   ESTLE    465 

SMITH,  JOSEPH  FIELDING    148 

SMITH,   JOSEPH   H 432 

SMITH,  JOSEPH  JOHNSON    221 

SMITH,  JOSEPH   M 464 

SMITH,  JOSEPH     (PROPHET) 1279 

SMITH,  JOSEPH  STANFORD    432 

SMITH,  JOSEPH  VAN    82 

SMITH,  JOSEPH  VERNON     589 

SMITH,  LOT     293 

SMITH,  MOSES    M 345 

SMITH,  NATHANIAL    124 

SMITH,  NOAH     561 

SMITH,  RICHARD    432 

SMITH,   RICHARD      623 

SMITH,  RICHARD  H 623 

SMITH,   SAMUEL    '.  .    215 

SMITH,   SILAS 392 

SMITH,   SILAS  SANFORD     87 

SMITH,  SILAS  SANFORD,     JR 87 

SMITH,   SILAS  T 293 

SMITH,  THOMAS   S 124 

SMITH,  WARREN    260 

SMITH,   WARREN    BARNES    261 

SMITH,  WILLIAM    261 

SMITH,  WILLARD    F 177 

SMITH,   WILLIAM   JOSEPH    183 

SMITHIES,  ROBERT     91 

SMOOT,  A.  0 89 

SMOOT,  A.  O.,  JR 89 

SMOOT,   ISAAC  ALBERT 89 


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SMOOT,  WILLIAM  C.  A 

SMOOT,  WILLIAM  C.  A.,  JR 

SMOUT,  EDWIN   WARD    3 

SMOUT,  SAMUEL     

SMOUT,  WILLIAM  0 3 

SMUIN,  DAVID   .  .  . 

SMUIN,  GEORGE   6 

SNEDDAKER,  MORRIS    JACKSON. 

SNELL,   JOHN   WILLIAM    4 

SNELL,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  JR 4 

SNOW,  ASHBY    

SNOW,  BERNARD  J 

SNOW,  BERNARD  

SNOW,  EBEN  

SNOW,  EDWARD  H. 

SNOW,  ERASTUS  

SNOW,  FRANK  M ] 

SNOW,  GEORGE   WASHINGTON.. 

SNOW,  JOHN  C 

SNOW,  LESLIE   W.   W 

SNOW,  LORENZO     

SNOW,   WILLARD    

SNOW,  WILLARD  LYCURGUS 

SNOW,  WILLIAM     

SNOW,  WILLIAM  J.    . 

SNOWBALL,   RALPH     

SNYDER,  EPHRAIM     STOCKWELL 

SNYDER,  JAMES   C 

SNYDER,  JOHN    

SNYDER,  JOHN,    JR 

SNYDER,   JOHN   FORSYTH    

SNYDER,   ROBERT    

SNYDER,  ROBERT  A 

SNYDER,   SAMUEL    

SOLOMON,  WILLIAM    H 

SONNEDECKER,  N.  W < 

SORENSEN,  HANS    CHRISTIAN...   . 

SORENSEN,  ISAAC      

SORENSEN,  JAMES  J 

SORENSEN,  JENS    

SORENSEN,  MADS    

SORENSEN,   NICOLAI    

SORENSEN,   PETER    

SORENSEN,   PETER   ANDREW  v...j 

SORENSEN,  PETER  HANSON    

SOREXSEN,  RASMUS     

SORENSON,  JAMES    

SORENSON,  JAMES,  JR 

SOREXSON,  JULIUS     

SORENSON,  KNUD    

SOUTH,  JOHN      

SOWLES,  MELVIN    B 

SPAFFORD,  WILLIAM    N 

SPAFFORD,  WILLIAM    NELSON... 

SPAFFORD,  WILLIS    K 

SPARKS,  ALFRED     

SPAULDIXG,  CORAL    

SPEIRS,  ADAM      

SPEIRS,   GEORGE    

SPEIRS,   GEORGE    

SPEIRS,   THOMAS    

SPEIRS,  WILLIAM  H 

SPENCER,   CLAUDIUS  V 

SPENCER,   DANIEL     

SPENCER,   DANIEL    S 

SPENCER,  DANIEL    S 

SPENCER,   GEORGE  BOARDMAN.. 

SPEXCER,  HARVEY  EARL   

SPENCER,   ISAAC     

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SPERRY,  CHARLES    

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STAUFFER,   ULRICH    514 

STAYNER,  ARTHUR     422 

STAYNER,   THOMAS   JOHN    346 

JTECK,  CHRISTENSEN    PETER...  555 

STECK,  JENS   F 555 

STEELE,  JAMES   EPHRAIM    458 

iTEELE.  JOHN     74 

jTEELE,  MAHONRI    M 74 

STEELE,  MAHONRI    M.,    JR 75 

iTEELE,  RICHARD    290 

STEPHENS,  ABRAHAM    694 

STEPHENS,  DANIEL  MONROE  ...  293 

STEPHENS,  FRANK  BRAY  686 

STEPHENS,  JAMES  MONROE  293 

STEPHENS,  JOHN   276 

STEPHEN'S,  JOHN  B 690 

STEPHENS,  JOHN  C 277 

STEPHENS,  SOLOMON  C 277 

STEPHENS,  THOMAS  D 502 

;TKPHENSON.  ANDREW 548 

STEPHENSON,  ANTHONY  547 

iTEPHEXSON,  ARCHIBALD  B 519 

ITEPHENSON,  FRANCIS  MARION.  519 

iTEPHEXSON,   SIMEON    547 

STEPHENSON,  THOMAS  C 547 

;TEVENS,  ALBERT   231 

STEVENS,  ALBERT,  JR 231 

1TEVENS,  CHARLES  HENRY   585 

TEVENS,  CHARLES  HENRY  R...  396 

iTEVENS,    EDWARD    231 

STEVENS,  FRANK  JOSEPH  585 

STEVENS,  HENRY  B 261 

;TEVENS,  JACOB  208 

TEVENS,  JOHN  665 

;TEVEXS,  JOSEPH  s,  lie 

TEVENS,  LYMAN    116 

TEVENS,  SIDNEY   585 

.TEVENS,   SIDNEY  ORSON    585 

.TEVENS,   STRIXGHAM  A 209 

TEVENS,  THOMAS    J 208 

TEVENS,   WALTER  F 585 

TEVENS,   WILLIAM    231 

TEVENS,  WILLIAM    513 

TEVENSON,  EDWARD     105 

TEVENSON,  JAMES    163 

TEVENSON,  JAMES    473 

TEVENSON,   JOHN    CHARLES....    473 

TEVENSON,   THOMAS  PAUL 430 

TEWART,  ANDREW  JACKSON    .  .    239 
THWART,  ANDREW  JACKSON,  JR.  239 

TEWART,  ANDREW  J.,  Ill 239 

TEWAKT,  ARTHUR  M 209 

TEWART,  CHARLES    347 

TEWART,   CHARLES    BEIKLEY  .  .    347 

TEWART,  GEORGE   RUFUS    96 

TEWART,  ISAAC  MITTON 347 

TEWART,  JAMES  M 459 

TEWART,  JAMES    WESLEY    63 

TEWART,  JAMES  WESLEY,  JR...      63 

TEWART,   JAMES  ZEBULON     347 

TEWART,  JAMES  ZEBULON,  JR..    347 

TEWART,   JOHN     209 

TEWART,  JOHN  R 96 

TEWART,   JOHN  R 124 

TEWART,  LEVI    124 

TEWART,  NEIL  M 458 

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TEWART,   SAMUEL  W 347 

TEWART,  URBAN  VAN    96 

TEWART,  WILLIAM     612 

TEWART,  WILLIAM     459 

TEWART,  WILLIAM  HENRY 347 

TEWART,   WILLIAM  LYLE 402 

TEWART,   WILLIAM    MITTON 347 

TEWART,   WILLIAM  THOMAS    ...    402 

riCKNEY,  JOSEPH    CLARK    563 

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TILLMAN,   CHARLES    FRANKLIN   177 

riMPSON,   FREDERICK    457 

PIMPSON,  WILLIAM    457 

riNGER,  JOHN  HENRY   524 

TOCK,  JOHN    509 

TOCK,  JOHN  R 509 

FOCK,  JOHN  WILLIAM  EDWIN..    509 

TOCK,  JOSEPH  P 509 

TOCK,  ROBERT  ERNEST 509 

TOCK,  ROBERT  WALLACE 509 

I'l  K'KDALE,   M 209 

TOCKDALE,  M.,  JR 209 

TOCKING,   ENSIGN  ISRAEL   261 

POCKING,  JEREMIAH     262 

POCKS,  MORONI    432 

PODDARD,  CHARLES    347 

TODDARD,   CHARLES  HENRY  ...    294 
PODDARD,   CURTIS    CHARLES...    348 

TODDARD,  GEORGE  HENRY 294 

TODDARD,  JUDSON   LYMAN    137 

TODDARD,  JUDSON   LYMAN,   JR.    137 

POKER,   JOHN     677 

POKER,  WILLIAM    348 

POKES,   CHRISTOPHER    376 

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PONE,  AMOS  PEASE   .  .226 

PONE,   BERNARD   SPENCER    227 

TONE,  HENRY   JOHN    624 

PONE,  J.  D 227 

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"ONE,  JOSEPH  OLIVER    677 

TONE,  WILLIAM   GILLARD    .         .    624 

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PORKS,  JOHN  WALLACE    294 


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STOTT,   EDWIN     .348 

STOTT,   WILLIAM    348 

STOUT,  ALFRED  FISK    270 

STOUT,   ALLEN  JOSEPH 270 

STOWELL,  GEORGE  W 348 

STOWELL,  HEBER  JOHN 348 

STOWELL,   WILLIAM  R.  R 348 

STRANGE,  JOHN    209 

STRATFORD,   EDWIN     528 

STRATFORD,   EDWIN  A 528 

STRATFORD,   FRANCIS  WILLIAM.    528 
STRATTON,   ANTHONY    JOHNSON.    209 

STRATTON,   DAVID  THOMAS 348 

STRATTON,   EDWARD    376 

STRATTON,  JAMES     348 

STRAUP,   D.    NEWTON     686 

STRICKLEY,   JOHN 638 

STRICKLEY,  JOSEPH    B 638 

STRINGFELLOW,  GEORGE    603 

STRINGHAM,   BENJAMIN    JOSEPH   210 

STRINGHAM,  GEORGE    209 

STRINGHAM,   GEORGE  ALBERT  .  .    209 

STRINGHAM,   JACOB    210 

STRONG,  HYRUM    195 

STRONG,  JACOB    194 

STUART,   DANIEL 238 

STUART,   DAVID  M 666 

STUART,  GEORGE     238 

STUART,  THOMAS    239 

STUBBS,   JOHN  RODHOM 349 

STUBBS,  RICHARD     349 

STUCKER,  JOHN 681 

STUCKI,   JOHN  ULRICH    501 

STUMPF,   TRAUGOTT     542 

SULLIVAN,   DAVID  D 617 

SULLIVAN,  GEORGE  MILTON 686 

SULZER,   JOHN     536 

SUMSION,   DANIEL   349 

SUMSION,  WILLIAM    349 

SUTHERLAND,  ALEXANDER  G.   .  .    294 

SUTHERLAND,   JOHN    486 

SWAN,  GEORGE     177 

SWANN,    EDWARD  W 468 

SWANN,   EPHRAIM  W 468 

SWEETEN,  ROBERT     110 

SWENSEN,   JOHN  CANUTE 482 

SWENSEN,  KNUD     482 

SWEXSON,  AUGUST     445 

SWIOXSOX,    \VII.L  IA.M      6HU 

SWINDLE,  GEORGE 349 

SWINDLEHURST,   JOHN     643 

SYLVESTER,  JAMES    349 

SYLVESTER,  JOSHUA   WILLIAM..    349 

SYME,   HUGH  L 349 

SYMONS,  JOHN  W 642 

SYMONS,   NATHANIEL    642 


TAGGART,   GEORGE  WASHINGTON  130 
TAGGART,   HENRY    MILTON    .        ..    130 

TALBOT,   GEORGE    ELI    529 

TALBOT,   HENRY     528 

TALBOT,    THOMAS   B .528 

TALMAGE,   JAMES   E 669 

TALMAGE,   JAMES    JOYCE    669 

TAYLOR,  ABRAHAM    223 

TAYLOR,  ALLEN    195 

TAYLOR,   ALMA    392 

TAYLOR,  ALVIN  V 350 

TAYLOR,   ELMER     225 

TAYLOR,   GEORGE    561 

TAYLOR,  GEORGE    368 

TAYLOR,  GEORGE    586 

TAYLOR,  GEORGE    HAMILTON 492 

TAYLOR,   GEORGE   WILLIAM 578 

TAYLOR,   HANMER.    D 138 

TAYLOR,  H.    E 110 

TAYLOR,  HYRUM   HENRY    392 

TAYLOR,  ISAIAH     531 

TAYLOR,  JABEZ    THOMPSON    612 

TAYLOR,   JAMES    666 

TAYLOR,  JAMES  C 210 

TAYLOR,  JAMES  E 225 

TAYLOR,  JAMES   W 669 

TAYLOR,  JOHN    125 

TAYLOR,  JOHN    110 

TAYLOR,  JOHN   W 110 

TAYLOR,  JOSEPH    578 

TAYLOR.   JOSEPH     125 

TAYLOR,  JOSEPH     375 

TAYLOR,   JOSEPH    E 349 

TAYLOR,  JOSEPH  W 350 

TAYLOR,   SAMUEL  B .375 

TAYLOR,   SAMUEL    MOORE    350 

TAYLOR,   STEPHEN  W 138 

TAYLOR,   THOMAS    NICHOLLS    .    .    586 

TAYLOR,   WILLIAM    110 

TAYLOR,   WILLIAM    A 262 

TAYLOR,   WILLIAM  ALLEN    195 

TAYLOR,  WILLIAM  ANDREW 262 

TAYLOR,  WILLIAM   JOSEPH    380 

TAYLOR,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,   JR..    380 

TAYLOR.  WILLIAM    RILEY    195 

TANNER,  GEORGE   W 164 

TANNER.   HENRY  M 163 

TANNER,  HENRY   S 164 

TANNER,  JOHN  J 163 

TANNER,  NATHAN    164 

TANNER,   NATHAN,    JR 164 

TANNER,  NATHAN  A 164 

TANNER,   SIDNEY    163 


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TANNER,  WILLIAM    FREDERICK.    164 

TANNER,  WILLIAM   SMITH    163 

TERRY,  GEORGE     67 

TERRY,   GEORGE  W 195 

TERRY,   JAMES  PARSHALL    195 

TERRY,   JOHN    RICHARDS 195 

TERRY,  JOSEPH    .350 

TERRY,  JOSHUA    67 

TERRY,   OTIS   LYSANDER    .  .    262 

TERRY,   OTIS    LYSANDER,    JR..      .    262 

TERRY,   PARSHALL   PETER    110 

TERRY,   WILLIAM     67 

TERRY,   WILLIAM   REYNOLDS    .     .    350 

TEW,   THOMAS    432 

TEW,   THOMAS,   JR 

TEW,   WILLIAM   THOMAS    .  .    432 

TEW,   WILLIAM    THOMAS,    JR 433 

TEXTORIUS,   ALBERT    B 678 

TEXTORIUS,   BENGT   PERSON    678 

THACKER,    WILLIAM     524 

THACKER,   WILLIAM     TIMOTHY..    524 

THACKERAY,   GEORGE     360 

THACKERAY,   GEORGE    ROBERT..    361 
THATCHER,   HEZEKIAH     .  83 

THATCHER,  GEORGE    W.    .  83 

THATCHER,   GEORGE    W.,    JR. .  .  83 

THATCHER,   MOSES    83 

THATCHER,   MOSES,   JR 83 

THATCHER,   NATHAN   DAVIS    .  83 

THATCHER,   ORSON    PRATT    .  83 

THAYN,   EBENEZER   HUNT    .  .    543 

THAYN,   EDGAR    HUNT    543 

THAYN,  JOHN  JOHNSON 542 

THAYN.   WILLIAM    ALVIN     .  .    543 

THEOBALD,   ARTHUR 294 

THEOBALD,   ERNEST     BURGESS..    295 
THEOBALD,   GEORGE    ...  .295 

THEOBALD,   WILLIAM 294 

THEURER,   JOHN     466 

THOMAS,   ALBERT   AUGUSTUS   ...    441 

THOMAS,   ARTHUR  L .683 

THOMAS,   CHARLES   CARTER    .       .    351 
THOMAS,   CHARLES    R.  .    351 

THOMAS,   DANIEL  CLAYBORN    .     .    241 
THOMAS,   DANIEL   FRANCIS    .  441 

THOMAS,   DANIEL  W 350 

THOMAS,  DAVID   DAVIS    .  .    350 

THOMAS,   DAVID  PRICE 232 

THOMAS,   DAVID  SPARREY    638 

THOMAS,  ELBERT 666 

THOMAS,   ELISHA  J .515 

THOMAS,   HARRISON  AYERS   .  .  295 

THOMAS,   HUGH  WILLIAM 638 

THOMAS,   JAMES  CLAYBORNE  ...    295 
THOMAS,  JAMES  MADISON    .  241 

THOMAS,  JAMES   MORONI    ...         .218 
THOMAS,  JAMES    WYLIE    .  .    101 

THOMAS,   JENKYN     680 

THOMAS,   JESSUP  WATSON   .  .    351 

THOMAS,  JOSHUA   LEWIS    ...         .350 

THOMAS,   MATHONIHAH    680 

THOMAS.   NATHANIEL  J 218 

THOMAS,   OLIVER   D.    ,  .    350 

THOMAS,   R.    K .666 

THOMAS,    SAMUEL    210 

THOMAS,    SETH    371 

THOMAS,   THOMAS   MORONI    .         .    371 

THOMAS,   THOMAS    W 371 

THOMAS,  WILLIAM      696 

THOMAS,  WILLIAM  C 232 

THOMAS,  WILLIAM  N 666 

THOMASON,  CHARLES    R 650 

THOMASON,   GUSTAF 650 

THOMPSON,   JAMES  BRIGHAM   .    .    351 
THOMPSON,   JAMES  LEWIS    .  .    351 

THOMPSON,   JOHN  C 116 

THOMPSON,   JOHN  ORSON 351 

THOMPSON,   JOSEPH    351 

THOMPSON,  JOSEPH  LEWIS 555 

THOMPSON,   JOSEPH   WALLACE..    351 

THOMPSON,   MATTHEW    ..: 568 

THOMPSON,   PETER    P 409 

THOMPSON,   RALPH    352 

THOMPSON,   SOREN     608 

THOMPSON,   THOMAS   W 495 

THOMPSON,  WALTER  GEORGE    .  .    701 

THOMPSON,  WILLIAM    701 

THOMPSON,   WILLIAM,    JR 701 

THOMPSON.   WILLIAM    HENRY    .  .    555 

THOMSON.   JOHN    667 

THOMSON,  J.  B 666 

THOMSON.   ORSON  LEROY    666 

THORESON.   HANS    583 

THORN,  ASHAEL    392 

THORN.  RICHARD    392 

THORNBURG.   BEARNT    F 482 

THORNE.   DAVID    270 

THORNLEY,   JOHN    423 

THORNLEY,   JOHN    425 

THORNLEY,   ROBERT    425 

THORNTON,   AMOS  0 352 

THORNTON,   HORACE 215 

THORNTON.   OLIVER    352 

THORUP.   HERMAN   AUGUST 650 

THORUP,  HERMAN   F.    F 650 

THORUP,   JOHN   THEOBALD    650 

THURGOOD,   ABRAHAM    637 

THURGOOD,  THOMAS    637 

THURMAN.   SAMUEL  R 686 

THURSTON,  JAMES    506 

THURSTON.   STEPHEN    506 

TIBBITTS,  BENJAMIN    625 

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TTDWELL,  DAVID  ABSALOM   .         .    395 

TIDWELL,  JOHN    352 

TIDWELL,   JOSEPH     RANDOLPH..    352 
TIDWELL.    WILLIAM    JEFFERSON.    700 

TILBY.   JOHN    694 

TIXGEY,   HENRY    667 

TIMMS.    JOHN     422 

TIMOTHY,    ALMA  NEPHI    543 

TIMOTHY,    DAVID     .543 

TIMOTHY,   HEBER    543 

TIMOTHY,   JOHN    GRIFFITHS     543 

TIMPSON,   GEORGE  WILLIAM 641 

TIMPSON,  JOSEPH  ELKIN    641 

TIPPETTS,   JOHN    HARVEY    667 

TITCOMB.    LUKE 195 

TODD,   THOMAS    423 

TODD,    THOMAS.   JR 423 

TOLLEY,    CHARLES  WILLIAM    495 

TOLLEY,    WILLIAM    FISHER     495 

TOLMAN,  JUDSON    137 

TOLMAN,   JUDSON   A 137 

TOOMER,   JAMES    402 

TOONE,   CHARLES  J 352 

TOONE.   JOHN    352 

TOONE.    WILLIAM   HENRY    352 

TOWNSEND,  JAMES   FOSS    .         ...    352 
TOWNSEND,   JAMES  FOSS,  Jit.    ...    353 

TRACY,    ELI   A 215 

TRAVELLER.    CORNELIUS     502 

TRAVELLER,    FRANKLIN    HOBBS .    503 

TRESEDER.   ALBERT    C 562 

TRESEDER,    CHARLES    M 562 

TRESEDER,    FRANK    M 562 

TRESEDER,    RICHARD    D 562 

TRESEDER,    RICHARD   M 562 

TRESEDER,    LORENZO   D 433 

TREHARN.    WILLIAM     353 

TRIM,   HYRUM    PENDLETON    538 

TRIM.   SOLOMON  PENDLETON    ...    539 

TRIMBLE,    EDWARD    617 

TRIMBLE,    JOHN    617 

TRUMBO,   JOHN    K .478 

TUCKER,   CHARLES    599 

TUCKER.    SAMUEL    STARKEY    514 

TUCKETT.    JOHN    435 

TUDDENHAM,  JOHN    611 

TUFT,   JACOB  A 580 

TUFT,   HANS  N 579 

TUFT.   OLE  NIELSON    579 

TURNBOW.    ROBERT    FRANKLIN..      89 
TURNER,    BENJAMIN    GODFREY..    522 

TURNER,  CHAUNCEY    125 

TURNER,    FREDERICK    529 

TURNER,  JOHN    529 

TURNER,  JOHN  WESLEY    76 

TURNER,   WILLIAM    W 611 

TURPIN.  JESSE     137 

TUTTLE,   ELANSON    262 

TUTTLE,   LUTHER  T 599 

TUTTLE,   NEWTON     423 

TUTTLE,   WILFORD    125 

TWITCHELL,    CHARLES    EDWARD   295 

TWITCHELL,    EDWIX     482 

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UTLEY,  L.  J 

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VANCE.  JOHN 

VAN  COTT,   FRANK  VICTOR    ..'... 

VAN  COTT,   JOHN    

VAN  COTT.  WALDEMAR    

VAN  DYKE,   WILLIAM    

VAN  DYKE,  WILLIAM   DAVID 

VAN  DYKE.   WILLIAM   DAVID  JR. 

VAN  FLEET,    ELIAS    

VAN  LEUVEN.   CORNELIUS    

VAN  LEUVEN,   DUNAM    

VAN  LEUVEN,  NEUMAN  D 

VAN  LEUVEN,   RANSOM    

VAN  LEUVEN,  RANSOM   CARLOS. 

VAN  LEUVEN.   RANSOM  C.  JR 

VAN  ORDEN,  CHARLES    I- 

VAN  ORDEN,    E.    C 

VAN  ORDEN,  PETER   

VAN  TASSELL.  HENRY    

VAN  WAGENEN,   DAVID    

VAN  WAGONER.  JOHN 

VARLEY,  WILLIAM    

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WADE,   CHARLES  F 117 

WADE,   EDWARD  D 116 

WADE,  E.   W 116 

WADE,  JAMES  MONROE   .  .116 

WADE,  MOSES .116 

WADLEY,   JOSEPH    .354 

WADLEY,   WILLIAM   .393 

WADMAN,  H.   H 667 

WADMAN,  JAMES  F .667 

WADSWORTH,  ABIAH   278 

WADS  WORTH,   THOMAS    SHORE..  380 

WAGSTAFF,   WILLIAM    .                       .  393 

WAITE.  JOHN   A .138 

WAKEFIELD.   JOHN     649 

WALDRON,   BENJAMIN     267 

WALDRON,   GILLISPIE    WALTER..  267 

WALDRON,   JOSEPH    THEODORE..  267 

WALDRON,   LEVI  SAVAGE    267 

WALKER,  APPOLLOS  BENJAMIN.  64 

WALKER,  DAVID    F 354 

WALKER,  DON    C 355 

WALKER,  FRANKLIN  JOSEPH   ...  604 

WALKER,  HENRY    380 

WALKER,  HENRY  W 354 

WALKER,  HENSON    64 

WALKER,  JOHN    HENRY    380 

WALKER,   LORIN 503 

WALKER,  VICTOR  ROY   355 

WALKER,  WALTER    603 

WALKER,  WILLIAM  H 355 

WALKER,  WILLIAM  HENRY 355 

WALL,   ENOS   A 690 

WALL,  FRANCIS   GEORGE    576 

WALL,  JOSEPH  L 576 

WALL,   ROBERT  WILLIAM  W 529 

WALL,  WILLIAM  MADISON   262 

WALLACE,   GEORGE   B 91 

WALLACE,   GEORGE   Y 690 

WALLACE,  HENRY    561 

WALLANTINE,   CHRISTIAN    409 

WALLANTINSON.   WALLANTINE..  409 

WANGSGAARD,   CHRISTEN    625 

WANGSGAARD,  CHRISTEN   C 625 

WARBURTON,   JOSEPH    501 

WARD,  ALFRED    355 

WARD,   CLEMENTS  GEORGE  M.    ..  531 

WARD,  EDWIN   J .592 

WARD,  GEORGE   P.    531 

WARD,   GEORGE  WELTON    355 

WARD,   JAMES 537 

WARD,  JAMES   592 

WARD,   SAMUEL    667 

WARDLE,   GEORGE    64 

WARDLE,    ISAAC    JOHN     157 

WARDLE.  JEDEDIAH    64 

WARDLE,   WILLIAM  H 458 

WARDLEIGH,   HENRY  C 514 

WAREHAM,   JAMES    355 

WAREHAM,   JAMES  EDMUND 700 

WAREHAM,   SETH 700 

WARNER,  JOHN  A 157 

WARNER.   WILLIAM  GOODMAN.  ..  441 

WARNICK,  CHARLES  LOUIS  eso 

WARNICK,  CHARLES  PETER  630 

WARNICK,  HOWARD  BENJAMIN..  632 

WARREN,  WILLIAM  S 423 

WARRICK,  THOMAS,  JR 90 

WARWOOD.  JOHN 355 

WASDEN,  FREDERICK  491 

WASDEN,  ORSON  491 

WASDEN,  THOMAS  491 

WASHAKIE  126 

WASHBURN,  ABRAHAM    177 

WASHBURN,  PARLEY  PRATT  ...  177 

WATKINS,  EDWARD  458 

WATKINS,  EDWARD  JOHN  585 

WATKINS,  FRANK 458 

WATKINS,  FRANKLIN  RICHARD..  586 

WATKINS,  JOHN  458 

WATKINS,  JOSEPH  HYRUM  586 

WATKINS.  ROBERT  355 

WATKINS,  WILLIAM  LAMPHORD.  356 

WATSON.  ANDREW 463 

WATSON,  HIRAM  ABIFF  263 

WATSON,  HIRAM  ABIFF,  JR 263 

WATSON,  HUGH  263 

WATSON,  JOSEPH  M 478 

WATTIS,  EDMUND  ORSON 210 

WATTIS,  WILLIAM  HENR*Y  210 

WATTS,  BAULDWIN  HARVEY  ...  215 

WATTS,  CHARLES  WILLIAM  215 

WAYLETTE,  GEORGE  466 

WAYLETTE.  GEORGE  C 466 

WAYMAN.  JOHN  495 

WAYMENT.  ALMA  E 644 

WAYMENT.  JOSEPH  700 

WAYMENT,  SAMUEL 644 

WAYMENT.  WILLIAM  THOMAS...  645 

WEAVER,  GILBERT    178 

WEAVER,  FRANKLIN 117 

WEAVER,  FRANKLIN  EDWARD. ..  117 
WEAVER,  GILBERT  EDWARD  ...  178 
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WEBB,  PARDON  

WEBB,  SIMON  .  .  . 

WEBB,  WALTER  LORENZO 

WEBB,  WILLIAM 

WEBB,  WILLIAM 

WEBBER,  A.  J.  . 
WEBBER,  THOMAS  G.   . 
WEBSTER,  FREDERICK  .  .  . 
WEBSTER,  GEORGE  . 
WEBSTER,  JOHN   . 
WEBSTER,  JOHN  ALFRED  . 
WEBSTER,  SAMUEL  JOHN  . 
WEBSTER,  WILLIAM  J.  . 
WEBSTER,  WILLIAM  M.  , 
WEEDING,  HANS  O.   . 

WEEKS.  DAVID   

WEIGHT,  FREDERICK  . 

WEILER,  JACOB  

WEILER,  JOSEPH  . 

WELCH,  CHARLES  

WELCH,    THOMAS  R.  G.  . 
WELCHMAN.    ARTHUR  PENDRY. 

WELKER,  ADAM  P 

WELKER,  JAMES  ALBERT  . 
WELKER,  JAMES  WILBURN  . 
WELLING,  FRANKLIN  DAVID  .  . 
WELLING,  JOB  . 

WELLING,  JOSEPH  H 

WELLING,  MILTON  H 

WELLS,  DANIEL  HANMER  . .  . 
WELLS,  ERASTUS  NELSON  .  , 

WELLS,  HEBER  MANNING  

WELLS,  JONATHAN  SAWYER... 
WELLS,  LAWRENCE  RAY  . 

WELLS.  RULON  SEYMOUR  

WEST,  ALVIN   

WEST,  CALEB  W. 
WEST,  CARL  HENRY  . 

WEST,  CHARLES  HENRY  

WEST,  CHARLES  HENRY  JOHN.. 
WEST,  CHAUNCEY  WALKER  . 

WEST,  DAVID    

WEST,  FRANKLIN  LORENZO  . 

WEST,  JESSE   

WEST,  JESSE,  JR 

WEST,  JOSEPH  ALVA  

WEST,  LICESTER  GAY  . 

WEST,  SAMUEL  

WEST,  THOMAS  

WESTERN,  ALMA  

WESTERN,  JESSE  W.  . 
WESTERN,  JOHN  HENRY  . 

WESTERN,  SAMUEL  R 

WESTERN,  SAMUEL  W.  . 
WESTERN,  SAMUEL  W.,  JR.  . 
WESTINSKOW,  HANS   . 
WESTINSKOW,  PETER  H. 

WESTMAN,  PETER  ALMA  

WESTMAN,  PETER  ERICK   . 

WESTON,  GEORGE  GIFFORD  

WESTON.  SAMUEL  .  ( 

WESTOVER,   CHARLES    i 

WESTWOOD,   JOSEPH     

WHEELER,   FREDERICK    5 

WHEELER,   GEORGE  WALTON  . . .  4 

WHEELER,  JOHN    4 

WHEELER,   JOSEPH     J 

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WHEELER,   JOSEPH   THOMAS    f 

WHEELER,   LEVI     4 

WHEELER,  WALTER    . 

WHEELER,   WILLIAM    

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WHIPPLE.   NELSON  WHEELER.. 

WHITAKER,   JAMES    

WHITAKER,   LEANDER    J 

WHITAKER,  LEANDER  T 

WHITBY,  JAMES    

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WHITE,   CHARLES  SAMUEL 

WHITE,  JOHN  CHAMBERS 

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WHITE,   JOHN  S 1 

WHITE,   JOHN   S.,  JR 1 

WHITE,  JOSEPH    .1 

WHITE,  J.  PARLEY   ( 

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AVHITE.    SAMUEL    STEPHEN    1 

WHITE,  THOMAS  HENRY    5 

WHITE,  WILLIAM   ( 

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WHITEHEAD,  GEORGE    6 

WHITEHEAD,  JOSEPH   SAMUEL...   3 

WHITEHEAD,  WILLIAM    J  « 

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•ILCOX,  JAMES   HENRY    Ill 

•ILCOX,  JOHN  HENRY Ill 

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,ILLEY,  DAVID  ORSON  296 

IILLEY,  JEREMIAH 296 

IILLEY,  WILLIAM  WALLACE  ...  296 

IILLIAMS,  A.  L 523 

[LLIAMS,  ALEXANDER   138 

JUAMS    AZARIAH    F.   JONES..  383 

1LLIAMS,   CHARLES     472 

[LLIAMS,   CHARLES  H 668 

LLIAMS,  CHRISTOPHER    178 

-LLIAMS,   DANIEL    J 543 

LLIAMS,   DANIEL   R 357 

LLIAMS,   EDWIN    573 

LLIAMS,   ELIAS  WILLARD    400 

LLIAMS,  ELIAS  WILLARD,   JR.  400 

LLIAMS,  ERVIN  K 400 

LLIAMS,  EVAN 543 

LLIAMS,  EVAN  AUSTIN   371 

LLIAMS,  EZRA  H.  G 196 

LLIAMS,  EZRA  GRANGER 196 

{LLIAMS,  FREDERICK  G 1280 

\!  LLIAMS,  FREDERICK  G 196 

.LLIAMS,  GEORGE  696 

>:  LLIAMS,  GEORGE  HOLLAND  ..  697 

.LLIAMS,  JAMES  V 178 

U.LIAMS,  JOHN  400 

•LLIAMS,  JOHN  668 

.'LLIAMS,  JOHN  JONES  383 

LLIAMS,  JOHN  R 523 

1LLIAMS,  JOSHUA    573 

JAMS,  MESHACH  S 411 

JAMS,  MILFORD    573 

JAMS,  NATHANIEL   138 

JAMS,  NOAH   M 371 

JAMS,   ROBERT      205 

IAMS,  ROLLAND    B 616 

IAMS,  STEPHEN     400 

IAMS,  THOMAS      703 

IAMS,  THOMAS  JAMES    473 

IAMS,  WILLIAM    ALVAH 138 

IAMS,  WILLIAM  N 544 

IAMSON,  JAMES     264 

IAMSON,  MARTIN    629 

IES,  IRA  JONES   117 

.IS,  JOSHUA  THOMAS   Ill 

LIS,  MERRILL  E Ill 

LIS,  WILLIAM  P 677 

LIS,  WILLIAM  WESLEY    75 

ON.  DAVID    264 

SON,  GEORGE     CLINTON 362 

M>N,  HENRY    WOODVILLE    ..  662 

OX,  JAMES  BRIGHAM    357 

SON,  JAMES   T 357 

ON,  JOSEPH  ELLIS   606 

SON.  JOSEPH  F.LLIS 607 

SON,  LEWIS  DUNBAR,   JR 362 


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WILSON,  LYCURGUS     296 

WILSON,  MILAS     362 

WILSON,  ROBERT    205 

WILSON,  THOMAS  JEFFERSON...    362 

WILSON,  WELLINGTON  PAUL 606 

WILSON,  WILLIAM    GIBSON    643 

WILSON,  WILLIAM  WALTER    357 

WIMMER,  ROBERT     357 

WIMMER,  THOMAS   G 357 

WIMMER,  THOMAS  G.,  JR 357 

WINBERG,  ANDERS  W.    424 

WINCHESTER,  JAMES    668 

WINDER,  EDWIN  JOSEPH    372 

WINDER,  JOHN    REX    371 

WINDER,  JOHN  REX,  JR 371 

WINEGAR,  ALVIN    357 

WINEGAR,  JOHN    357 

WINES,  LEONARD    669 

WINES,  NORMAN   D 669 

WING,  JOHN  WILLIAM    545 

WING,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  JR 545 

WINGET,  ALPHONZO    105 

WINN,  DENNIS  GEORGE 264 

WINN,   DENNIS  WILSON   126 

WINN,  ERNEST    264 

WINN,  THOMAS  G 264 

WINN,  WILLIAM    L 264 

WINSOR,  ANSON   PERRY    358 

WINTERS,  OSCAR  F.   358 

WINTERTON,  WILLIAM    H 577 

WINTERTON,  WILLIAM   M 577 

WINTLE,  GEORGE      516 

WINTLE,  JOHN  WESLEY    516 

WINTLE,   JOSEPH  BARNEY    516 

WINWARD,  PETER    64 

WIRTHLIN,  JOSEPH    613 

WIRTHLIN,  LEOPOLD    613 

WOOD,  CHARLES    508 

WOOD,  CHARLES    178 

WOOD,  CHARLES,  JR 508 

WOOD,  CHARLES  SAMUEL 178 

WOOD,   DANIEL 139 

WOOD,  DANIEL  C 139 

WOOD,  DAVID   HYRUM    296 

WOOD,  JAMES  DAVID 616 

WOOD,  JOHN    376 

WOOD,  JOHN    436 

WOOD,  JOHN  B 695 

WOOD,  JOHN  P 358 

WOOD,  JONATHAN  DAVID     436 

WOOD,  JONATHAN  DAVID,   JR.    .  .    436 

WOOD,  JOSIAH   LEE    358 

WOOD,   OSCAR  ALEXANDER 296 

WOOD,  WILLIAM    178 

WOOD,  WILLIAM    568 

WOOD,  WILLIAM,  JR 569 

WOOD,  WILLIAM  B 179 

WOODARD,   CHARLES    N 102 

WOODARD,   CHARLES    N 102 

WOODBURY,  JEREMIAH    90 

WOODBURY,  JOHN  STILLMAN  ...      90 

WOODBURY,  THOMAS   H 91 

WOODBURY,  THOMAS  H.,   JR 91 

WOODFIELD,  JOHN   569 

WOODHEAD.  GEORGE  THOMAS  .  .    441 

WOODHOUSE,  CHARLES   C 358 

WOODHOUSE,   CHARLES  C 359 

WOODHOUSE,   GEORGE  W 358 

WOODHOUSE,  JOHN    358 

WOODHOUSE,  JOHN  DANIEL 358 

WOODHOUSE,  MORGAN  T 358 

WOODLAND,  JOHN     231 

WOODLAND,  WILLIAM  WEST 179 

WOODMANSEE,   CHARLES    394 

WOODMANSEE,  CHARLES  H 394 

WOODMANSEE,  JAMES  ALBERT  .  394 
WOODMANSEE.  SAMUEL  PORTER  394 
WOODRUFF,  ABRAHAM  OWEN...  49 

WOODRUFF,  APHEK   49 

WOODRUFF,  ASAHEL    H 49 

WOODRUFF,  DAVID  PATTEN 49 

WOODRUFF,  ENSIGN    50 

WOODRUFF,  J.   J 50 

WOODRUFF,  MARION 50 

WOODRUFF,  WILFORD    49 

WOODRUFF,  WILFORD,  JR 49 

WOODRUFF,  WILFORD    SMITH...      49 

WOODS,  FRANCIS  L 87 

WOODS,  GEORGE  L 682 

WOODS,  JAMES    489 

WOODWARD,  GEORGE   65 

WOODWARD,  JAMES  COMFORT   .  .    359 

WOODWARD,  JOSEPH     394 

WOODWARD,  WILLIAM 297 


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WOOLF,  JAMES    96 

WOOLF,  JOHN  ANTHONY 96 

WOOLF,  JOHN  ANTHONY,   JR.    ...      96 

WOOLF,  J.  W 96 

WOOLLEY,  ALBARONI  HARRAR.  .  91 
WOOLLEY,  EDWIN  DILWORTH...  139 
WOOLLEY,  EDWIN  DILWORTH,  JR.139 

WOOLLEY,  HORACE  W 139 

WOOLLEY,  JOHN  MILLS 91 

WOOLLEY,  JOHN  W 167 

WOOLLEY,  SAMUEL  EDWIN 139 

WOOLLEY,   SAMUEL  W 139 

WOOLSEY,  RUBEN 669 

WOOLSTENHULME,  JAMES    359 

WOOLSTENHULME,  JAMES  A.    ...    359 

WOTTON,  JOHN 196 

WORDSWORTH,  WILLIAM     65 

WORKMAN,  JACOB  LINDSAY    65 

WORKMAN,  JACOB  READER     65 

WORKS,  JAMES  MARKS     126 

WORLTON,   JAMES  TIMBRIL 430 

WORTHEN,   SAMUEL      264 

WORTHINGTON,   JAMES     703 

WORTHINGTON,   S.  R 703 

WOTHERSPOON,  JAMES    670 

WRATHALL,   JAMES     692 

WRIDE,   EVAN    650 

WRIGHT,  ABRAHAM  REISTER  ,.  453 
WRIGHT,  ABRAHAM  REISTER,  JR.  453 

WRIGHT,   ALBERT  A 359 

WRIGHT,  GILBERT  JOSIAH 359 

WRIGHT,  HYRUM   SMITH    359 

WRIGHT,  JOHN  M 184 

WRIGHT,  JONATHAN   C 235 

WRIGHT,  JOSEPH     184 

WRIGHT,  JOSIAH  ATWELL    359 

WRIGHT,  PARLEY  T 485 

WRIGHT,  THOMAS  D 458 

WRIGHT,  WILLIAM    567 

WRIGHT,  WILLIAM    699 

WRIGHT,  WILLIAM  H 485 

WRIGLEY,  JOSEPH    265 


YATES,  JOSEPH     

YATES,  WILLIAM   

YATES,  WILLIAM   

YEAMAN.  THOMAS     

YEARSLEY,   NATHAN    

YEARSLEY,   NATHAN   D 

YEATES,  FREDERICK     

YOUNG,  BRIGHAM   

YOUNG,  BRIGHAM,    JR 

YOUNG,   BRIGHAM   J 

YOUNG,   BRIGHAM   S 

YOUNG,   EBF.NE'/.ER   RUSSEL    .  .  . 

YOUNG,  FRANK  A 

YOUNG,  JAMES    

YOUNG,  JOHN     

YOUNG,  JOHN  McCLEVE 

YOUNG,  JOHN  R 

YOUNG,  JOHN  ROY  

YOUNG,  JOSEPH  

YOUNG,  LEGRAND 

YOUNG,  LORENZO  DOW  

YOUNG,  LORENZO  SABISKY 

YOUNG,  PHINEAS  H 

YOUNG,  ROBERT  

YOUNG,  ROBERT  D 

YOUNG,  THOMAS  CUNNINGHAM. 

YOUNG,  THOMAS  C.,  JR 

YOUNG,  WILLIAM  LOWE  


ZABRISKIE,  ALMA  MARCELUS  .  .  , 
ZABRISKIE,  GEORGE  ALBERT  . .  , 

ZANE,  CHARLES  S 

ZIMMERMAN,  GEORGE  ERASTUS 

ZIMMERMAN,  JOHN  

ZOLLINGER,  FERDINAND  

ZOLLINGER,  JACOB  

ZOLLINGER,  JOHN  

ZOLLINGER,  WILLIAM  RICHARD 

ZUNDEL,  ABRAHAM  

ZIINDEL,  ABRAHAM  E 

ZUNDEL,  ISAAC  DAVID 

ZUNDEL,  ISAAC  D.  E 

ZUNDEL,  JACOB  

ZUNDEL,  THOMAS  

ZWEIFEL,  JACOB  

ZWEIFEL,  JOHN,  JR 


359 

695 

599 

515 

179 

179 

544 

47 

47 

297 

47 

482 

117 

627 

83 

83 

117 

669 

238 

238 

65 

65 

65 

.482 

671 

360 

360 

503 


211 
211 
687 
297 
297 
571 
572 
572 
572 
360 
360 
360 
360 
360 
360 
696 
544 


GENERAL  INDEX 

Important  Events  in  the  History  of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints. 
The  Early  Settlement  and  Development  of  Utah. 


Prominent    Men    in    Early    Church    History 1276 

Joseph     Smith— His     First    Vision 1275 

Receives    Instructions    from    Angel    Moroni 1275 

Is   Shown    Book   of   Mormon   Plates 1275 

Marriage   to   Emma  Hale    1275 

Receives    Plates    from    the   Angel 1275 

Martin  Harris  Writes  as  Joseph   Translates  Plates 1276 

Loses    116   Pages  of  the   Manuscript 1276 

Oliver  Cowdery   Becomes   Prophet's   Scribe 1276 

Revelation    with    Instructions    Relative    to    Lost    Manu- 
script      1276 

Restoration   of  Aaronic   Priesthood    1276 

First  Baptisms   1276 

Calling  of  Witnesses  to  Book  of  Mormon 1276 

Joseph    Smith  and  Oliver  Cowdery  Instructed  to  Ordain 

Each   Other  to   the    Melchisedek   Priesthood 1276 

Revelation   on   Priesthood  and   Church  Government 1277 

Manner  of   Administering  Sacrament    1277 

Organization   of    Church    at    Fayette,    N.    Y 1277 

Ancestry   and  Family   Genealogy   of  Prophet 1278 

Family  Genealogy  of  Hyrum  Smith   1278 

Church    Organization — First    Presidency 1279 

Twelve  Apostles,  Council  of 1280 

Patriarchs,    Presiding    1281 

Seventies,  First  Council  of 1281 

Bishopric,   Presiding    1282 

Historians  and  Recorders,  Church 1282 

Priesthood,    Restoration   of  the 1283 

Priesthood  of  Prominent  Members,  Ordinations  to.  .  1283-1286 
Revelation — All   Members  Received   Through   Baptism.  ..  1286 

Oliver    Cowdery    Preaches    First    Public    Discourse 1286 

First    Miracle    in    this   Dispensation 1286 

Emma  Smith  Instructed  to  Make  a  Selection  of  Sacred 

Hymns  for  Use  of  the  Saints 1286 

Wine  in  Sacrament,  Revelation  Relative  to  Use  of 1287 

Second  Conference  of   the  Church 1287 

Three   Elders    Called    to    Preach    to   Indians 1287 

First  Bishop   of  Church,   Edward   Partridge   Ordained.  .  .1287 

Revelation    on    Church    Government 1287-1288 

Five  Elders  Hold  a  Council  at  Independence.  Mo 1288 

Church    Historian,    John    Whitmer    Called    to    Be 1289 

Saints    Commanded    to    Save    Money 1289 

Revelation   Instructing  Members   to   Gather  at   Kirtland, 

Ohio   1289 

Jackson  County,  Missouri,  Instructions  Given  Relative  to 

Locating    of    Saints    in 1289 

Saints  Begin  Settlement  of  Jackson  County 1290 

Site    of   Future    Temple   at   Independence,    Located    and 

Dedicated    1290 

Joseph  Smith  Returns  from  Independence  to  Kirtland.  .  .1290 

Aaronic    Priesthood,    Revelation    on    Authority    of 1290 

Parents'    Duties   to   Children    1290 

Newell    K.    Whitney    Bishop    of    Kirtland 1291 

"Vision"   of  the   Three  Glories    1291 

Joseph's    Second    Visit    to    Independence,    Mo 1292 

Enoch,   Revelation   Given   Showing  Order  of 1292 

Women  and  Children,  Revelation  on  Rights  of 1292 

"Evening  and  Morning  Star,"  Issue  of  First  Number  of.  1292 

Civil    War,    Prophecy    of    Outbreak    of 1292 

Speaking   in    Tongues,   Manifestations  of 1293 

Word  of  Wisdom,  Revelation,  The 1293 

First   Presidency,    Organization   of 1293 

Pre-existence   of  Man,   Revelation   on 1293 

Saints    Commanded    to    Observe    Constitutional    Laws    of 

the   Land    1293 

Mormons  Driven  from  Jackson  County,  Missouri 1294 

First  High  Council,  Organization  of  the,  in  the  Church.  .1294 

"Zion's  Camp,"   Journey  of,   from  Ohio  to  Missouri 1295 

"United   Order,"    Dissolution   of,    at   Kirtland.    Ohio 1295 

"Messenger  and  Advocate"   Issue  of  First  Number 1295 

Twelve   Apostles   Chosen   and   Ordained,   The 1295 

Revelation   on    Order  of  the   Priesthood 1295 

Pearl    of    Great    Price     Was    Translated,     Purchase    of 

Papyrus  from  Which    1296 

Oliver   Cowdery   Appointed    Church   Recorder 1296 

The     Twelve     Apostles     Fill     Their     First     Mission     as 

Apostles    1296 

"Book      of     Doctrine      and      Covenants"      Approved      by- 
Church    1296 

Priesthood  Organization  of  Councils  of  the,  at  Kirtland.  1297 

Temple  at  Kirtland,  Dedication  of  the 1297 

Removal  of  Saints  from  Clay  County,  Missouri 1297 

Missionaries  Sent  to   England 1297 

Joseph   Smith   Visits    Far  West,    Missouri 1298 

Removal   of    Saints   from    Kirtland    to   Missouri 1298 

Tithing,  Revelation  on    1298 

Mormons   Remove   from   the    State   of   Missouri 1299 

Nauvoo,   Illinois,    Settlement  of 1299 

Organization   of   Nauvoo    Stake 1299 

Joseph     Smith     Visits     Washington,     D.     C.     and     Lays 

Grievances  of  Saints  Before  President  of  U.  S 1300 


Missionaries   Sent   to   Palestine 1300 

"Millennial  Star,"   First  Issue  of.   Published 1300 

Organization  of  Additional   Stakes  in  Illinois 1300 

Nauvoo  Temple,   Building  of   the    1301 

Settlement    made    in    Iowa    Territory 1301 

Female    Relief    Society,    Organization    of 1301 

Baptism  for  the  Dead,  and  Instructions  Relative  to 1302 

Records,    the    Necessity    of    Keeping 1302 

Joseph    Smith    Compelled    to    Leave    Home    to    Escape 

Arrest  by  Enemies    1302-1303 

Revelation — "Important   Items    of   Instruction"    1303 

Celestial    Glory   Revelation    1303 

Missionaries    Sent    to   Pacific   Islands    1303 

Celestial  Marriage,  Revelation  on 1304 

Illinois   Persecutions    1303-1305 

Joseph    Smith   Instructs  Apostles   to   Send   Delegation    to 

California  and  Oregon  to  Find  New  Location  for  the 

Saints    1305 

Martyrdom   of   Joseph   and  Hyrum    Smith 1306 

Severe   Persecution   of   the    Saints    1307 

Nauvoo  Temple,   Completion  of  the 1308 

Church    Authorities,    Changes    in    1307 

Rocky   Mountains,    the    Saints   Begin    Their   Exodus    for 

the   13D8 

Mormon     Battalion,     Enlistment    of    the 1308 

Driven     from     Their     Homes,     Remnant     of     Saints     at 

Nauvoo    1309 

Mormon  Battalion,  Incidents  in  the  March  of  the.  .1309-1310 
Mormon  Camps,  Organization  of  the,  for  their  Westward 

Journey    1309 

Original   Pioneers,   Journey   of,   to   Valley  of  Great   Salt 

Lake    1310 

Great    Salt    Lake    City.    Founding    of 1310 

Invalided  Company  of  Mormon  Battalion,  Arrival  of.... 1310 
Departure  of  Company  of  Pioneers  for  Missouri  River..  1310 

"Battalion    Boys,"    Arrival    of.    from    California 1311 

Organization  of  a  Stake  in  Salt  Lake  Valley 1311 

1847    and    1848    Immigration     1311 

Davis  County,  Settlement  of   1311 

The  Crickets — Trials  Incident  to  Pioneer  Life 1311 

James  Brown  Purchases  the  Goodyear  Claim  Where  the 

City  of  Ogden  Now  Stands   1311 

Provisional     Government    of    the    Organization    of    the 

State   of  Deseret    1312 

Utah  Valley,  Settlement  of 1312 

Nauvoo  Legion,  Reorganization  of 1312 

San  Pete  Valley,   Settlement  of 1312 

Explored   by    Capt.    Stansbury,    Salt   Lake  Valley 1312 

Perpetual  Immigration  Fund,   Institution   of   1312 

Deseret,  First  Meeting  of  Assembly  of  Provisional   State 

of    1312 

Southern  Utah,   Exploration  of 1312 

Tooele   County,    Settlement   of 1312 

First  Sunday  School  in  Salt  Lake  City,  Opening  of 1312 

Missions    in    France,    Italy,    Denmark,    Switzerland,    and 

Hawaii    1313 

Parowan,  Iron  County,   Settlement  of 1313 

Indians  in  Utah  Valley,  Trouble  with 1313 

"Territory  of  Utah,"    Congress   Creates   the 1313 

"Deseret    News,"    First    Number   of,    Published 1313 

Salt    Lake    City    Incorporated     1313 

Weber    Stake,    Organization    of    1313 

Brigham  City,  Settlement  of  1314 

Brigham   Young   Becomes   First    Governor   of   Utah 1314 

Edward  Hunter  Chosen  Presiding  Bishop  of  Church.  ..  .1314 
"Book  of  Mormon"  Translated  into  Danish  Language. .  .1314 
Settlement  at  San  Bernardino,  Cal.  Made  by  Mormons.  131 4 
John  M.  Bernhisel  Elected  Utah's  First  Delegate  to 

Congress     1314 

Juab  County,    Settlement  of    1314 

First  Territorial  Legislature  Convened    1314 

Australian   Mission,    Opening   of 1314 

Library  Territorial  Opened   1314 

Missionary  Work  in   Southern   Europe  and  Asia 1315 

Trouble  with  Indians    1315 

Temple   Corner   Stones  Laid,    Salt  Lake   City 1315 

Walker  Indian   War    1315 

Handcart    Immigration,     First     1316 

Fire  Department  Organization  at  Salt  Lake  City 1316 

"Echo  Canyon  War,"  The 1317 

Moqui   Indians,   Missionaries  sent   to 1317 

Mountain  Meadow   Massacre,    The 1317 

Gen.   A.   S.  Johnston   and  His  Soldiers  Leave  Utah 1318    ; 

"Mountaineer,"    First    Issue   of.    Published    at    Salt    Lake 

City    1318 

Overland  Telegraph   Line,   Completion  of  the 1318    , 

Sale   Lake  Theater,   Dedication   of    1318' 

Anti-Bigamy  Law  Passed  by  the  U.   S.   Senate 1319 

"Manifesto,"   Discontinuing  the  Practice  of  Plural   Mar- 
riage Issued  by  Wilford  Woodruff,  President  of  the 

Church    1261 


42 


Names  of  Those  in  the  Mormon  Battalion 

COMPANY  A 


Officers 


Jefferson  Hunt,  Captain. 

George  W.   Oman,  1st  Lieutenant. 

Lorenzo   Clark,  2nd  Lieutenant 

William   W.   Willis,   3rd   Lieutenant    (1st    Sergeant   at 

Muster  In). 

James  Ferguson,  Sergeant  Major. 
Pliinelias  R.  Wright,  1st  Sergeant    (Private  at  Muster 

Out). 
Ehenezer  Brown,  2nd   Sergeant. 


Reddick  N.  Allred,  3rd  Sergeant. 

Alexander   McCord,  4th    Sergeant. 

Gilbert  Hunt,   1st   Corporal. 

Lafayette  N.   Frost,  2nd  Corporal. 

Thomas  Weir,  3rd  Corporal   (Private  at  M.  O.). 

William  S.  Muir,  4th  Corporal    (Private  at  M.  I.,  1st 

Sergeant  at  Muster  Out). 
Elisha  Everett,  Musician. 
Joseph  W.  Richards,  Musician  (Died  at  Pueblo). 


Privates 


1  Allen,  Rufus  C. 

2  Allred,  James  R. 

3  Allred,  Jam'es  T.  S. 

4  Allred,  Reuben    W. 

5  Allen,  Albem 

6  Brown,  John 

7  Butterfield,  Jacob  K. 

8  Bailey,  James 

9  Branson,  Clinton  D. 

10  Brass,  Benjamin 

11  Blanchard,  Mervin  S. 

12  Beckstead,  Gordon  S. 

13  Beckstead,  Orin  M. 

14  Bickmore,  Gilbert 

15  Brown,  William  W. 
Hi  Bevan,  James 

17  Bryant,  John  S. 

18  Curtis,  Josiah 

19  Cox,  Henderson 

20  Chase,  Hiram  B. 

21  Calkins,  Alva  C. 

22  Casper,  William  W. 

23  Calkins,  James  W. 

24  Calkins,  Sylvanus 

25  Calkins,  Edwin  R. 


26  Colman,  George 

27  Clark,  Joseph 

28  Clark,  Riley  G. 

29  Decker,  Zechariah  B. 

30  Dobson,  Joseph 

31  Dobson,  Eli 

32  Earl,  James  C, 

33  Egbert,  Robert  C. 

34  Fairbanks,  Henry 

35  Frederick,  David 

36  Glines,    James   H.    (Q. 

M.  Sergeant  at  M.  I., 
Private  at  M.  0.) 

37  Garner,  David 

38  Gordon,   Gilman 

39  Goodwin,  Andrew 

40  Hulett,   Schuyler 

41  Holden,  Elijah  E. 

42  Hampton,  James  (Died 

at  camp  on  Rio 
Grande) 

43  Hawkins,  Benjamin 

44  Hickenlooper,  Wm.  F. 

45  Hunt,  Martial 


46  Hewett,  Eli  B. 

47  Hudson,  Wilford 

48  Hoyt,  Timothy  S. 

49  Hoyt,  Henry  P. 

50  Ivy,  Richard  A. 

51  Jackson,  Charles  A. 

52  Johnson,  Henry 

53  Kelly,  William 

54  Kelley,  Nicholas 

55  Kibley,    James 

56  Lemon,  James  W. 

57  Lake,  Barnabas 

58  Moss,  David 

59  Maxwell,    Maxie 

60  Mayfield,  Benjamin  F. 

61  Naile,   Conrad 

62  Oyler,  Melcher 

63  Packard,  Henry  (M.  C. 

as  Corporal) 

64  Persons,  Ebenezer 

65  Roe,  Cariatat  C. 

66  Riter,  John 

67  Steele,  George  E. 

68  Steele,  Isaiah  C. 


69  Sessions,  Richard 

70  Shepherd,  Lafayette 

(M.  0.  as  Corporal) 

71  Swartout  Hamilton 

72  Sexton,    George 

73  Sessions,    John 

74  Sessions,  William  B. 

75  Taylor,   Joseph 

76  Thompson,  John   C. 

77  Vrandenburg  Adna 

78  Weaver,  Miles 

79  Wriston,  John  P. 

80  Wriston,  Isaac  N. 

81  Weaver,  Franklin 

82  Wilson,  Alfred  G. 

83  Wheeler,  Merrill  W. 

84  White,   Samuel   S. 

(Samuel  F.    on  orig- 
inal Co.  register). 

85  Webb,  Charles  Y. 

86  Winn,   Dennis 

87  Woodworth,  Lysander 

88  White,   Joseph 

89  Wiley,  Jeremiah 


COMPANY  B 


Jesse  D.  Hunter,  Captain. 
Elam  Luddington,  1st  Lieutenant. 
Ruel  Barms,  2nd  Lieutenant. 
Philemon    C.   Merrill,   3rd   Lieutenant. 
William  Coray,  1st  Orderly  Sergeant. 
William  Hyde,  2nd  Orderly  Sergeant. 


Officers 


David  P.   Rainey,  1st   Corporal. 
Thomas  Dunne,  2nd  Corporal. 
John   D.   Chase,  3rd  Corporal. 
William  Hunter,  Musician. 
George  W.  Taggart,  Musician. 
Albert   Smith,  3rd  .Orderly   Sergeant. 


Privates 


1  Allen,  George 

2  Allen,  Elijah 

3  Alexander,   Horace  M. 

4  Allen,    Franklin 

5  Bush,  Richard 

6  Bird,  William 

7  Bingham,  Thomas 

8  Bingham,  Erastus 

9  Billings,  Orson 

10  Bigler,  Henry  W. 

11  Boley,  Samuel  (Died  at 

Missouri  River) 

12  Barrowman,  John 

13  Brackenberry,  Benj.  B. 

14  Brown,   Francis 

15  Bliss,  Robert  S. 

16  Bybee,  John  M. 


17  Clark,  George  S. 

18  Colton,  Philander 

19  Cheney,  Zacheus 

20  Callahan,  Thomas  W. 

21  Church,  Haden   W. 

22  Camp,  J.  G. 

23  Carter,   P.   J. 

24  Curtis,  Dorr  P. 

25  Carter,   R. 

26  Dayton,  William  J. 

27  Dutcher,  Thomas  P. 

28  Dolton,   Henry   S. 

29  Dunham,  Albert 

30  Evans,  Israel 

31  Evans,  William 

32  Eastman,  Marcus  N. 


33  Freeman,  Elijah  N. 

34  Follett,  William  A. 

35  Fife,  Peter 

36  Green,   Ephraim 

37  Garner,  William  A. 

38  Garner,  Phillip 

39  Hawk,    Nathan 

40  Huntsman,  Isaiah 

41  Hoffheins,    Jacob 

42  Hanks,  Ephraim  K. 

43  Hawk,    William 

44  Hinkley,  Arza  E. 

(Ezra  on  original  Co. 
register) 

45  Hunter,  Edward 

46  Haskell,  George 


47  Harris,    Silas 

48  Jones,    David    H. 

49  Keyser,  Guy  M. 

50  King,  John  M. 

51  Kirk,  Thomas 

52  Lawson,  John 

53  Morris,   Thomas 

54  McCarty,  Nelson 

55  Mount,   Hiram    B. 

56  Martin,  Jesse  B. 

57  Murdock,  John  R. 

58  Murdock,   Price 

59  Myers,  Samuel 
(iO  Miles,  Samuel 

61  Noler,  Christian 

62  Owens,  Robert 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH 


Privates —  (Continued) 


63  Pearson,  Ephraim  J. 

04  Persons,  Harmon  D. 
65  Prouse,   William   Cook 
60  Park,  James  1st 

07  Park,  James  2nd 

05  Richards,  Peter  F. 
0!)  Rogers,  Samuel  H. 
70  Study,  David 


71  Smith,  Azariah 

72  Stevens,  Lyman 

73  Stoddard,  Hufus 

74  Simmons,  William  A. 

75  Sly,   James   C. 

70  Steers,  Andrew  J. 
77  Stillman,  Dexter 


78  Workman,  Andrew  J. 

79  Walker,  William 

80  Willis,  Ira   (Ira  James 

Willis) 

81  Workman,  Oliver  G. 

82  Willis,  W.  S.  S. 

83  Watts,  John 


84  Whitney,  Francis  T. 

85  Wright,   Charles 

86  Wilcox,  Edward 

87  Wilcox,  Henry 

88  Wheeler,  John  L. 

89  Winters,  Jacob 

90  Zahriskie,  Jerome 


COMPANY  C 


Officers 


James  Brown,   Captain. 

George  W.  Rosecrans,  1st  Lieutenant. 

Samuel  Thompson,  2nd  Lieutenant. 

Robert  Clift  (Promoted  from  Orderly  Sergeant  to  3rd 
Lieutenant). 

Orson  B.  Adams,  1st  Sergeant  at  M.  L,  and  2nd  Ser- 
geant at  M.  0. 

Elijah  Elmer,  2nd  Sergeant  at  M.  I.,  1st  Sergeant  at 
M.  0. 


Joel  J.  Ten-ill,  3rd  Sergeant;   (Private  at  M.  0.) 

David  Wilken,  4th  Sergeant;   (Private  at  M.  O.) 

Jabez  Nowlin,  1st  Corporal;  (Private  at  M.  O.) 

Alexander  Brown,  2nd  Corporal. 

Edward  Martin,  3rd  Corporal;  (2nd  Sergeant  at  M.  O.) 

Daniel  Tyler,  4th  Corporal;  (3rd  Sergeant  at  M.  0.) 

Richard   D.   Sprague,   Musician. 

Russell  G.  Brownell,  Musician;   (Corporal  at  M.  0.) 


Privates 


1  Adair,  Wesley 

2  Boyle,    Henry   G. 

(Henry  B.  Miller  on 
original  Co.  register) 

3  Burt,  William 

4  Barney,   Walter 

5  Babcock,  Lorenzo 

6  Brown,  Jesse  J. 

7  Bailey,  Addison 

8  Bailey,    Jefferson 

9  Beckstead,  William  E. 

10  Brimhall,  John 

11  Blackburn,  Abner 

12  Bybee,  Henry  G. 

13  Clift,  James 

14  Covil,  John  Q.  A. 

15  Condit,   Jeptha 

16  Carpenter,  Isaac 

17  Carpenter,  William  H. 

18  Calvert,  John 

19  Catlin,  George  W. 

20  Donald,  Neal 

21  Dunn,  James 

22  Dalton,  Harry 


23  Dalton,  Edward 

24  Durphy,   Francillo 

25  Dodge,  Augustus  E. 

26  Forbush,  Lorin 

27  Fellows,  Hiram  W. 

28  Fife,   John 

29  Fifield,  Levi 

30  Gould,  John  C. 

31  Gould,  Samuel 

32  Gibson,  Thomas 

33  Green,  John 

34  Hatch,  Meltliah 

35  Hatch,   Orin 

36  Holt,  William 

37  Harmon,  Ebenezer 

38  Harmon,  Lorenzo  F. 

39  Holdaway,  Shadrach 

40  Hendrickson,  James 

41  Hancock,  Charles 

42  Hancock,  George  W. 

43  Ivie,  Thomas  C. 

44  Johnston,  William  J. 

45  Johnston,   Jesse  W. 

46  Johnson,  Jan-is 


47  Layton,  Christopher 

48  Lai-son,  Thurston 

49  Landers,  Ebenezer 

50  Lewis,   Samuel 

51  Myler,  James 

52  McCuIlough,  Levi  H. 

53  Morey,  Harley 

54  Maggard,  Benjamin 

55  Mowrey,  John   T. 

56  Mead,  Orlando  F. 

57  More,  Calvin  W. 

58  Olmstead,  Hiram 

59  Perkins,  David 

60  Perkins,  John 

61  Pickup,  George 

62  Peck,  Tliorit  '(Corporal 

at  M.  O.) 

63  Peck,   Isaac 

64  Pulsipher,   David 

65  Persons,  Judson 

66  Richie,  Benjamin 

67  Rust,  William  W. 
OS  Richmond,   Benjamin 


COMPANY  D 


Officers 


69  Reynolds,  William 

70  Riser,  John  J. 

71  Smith,  Milton 

72  Smith,  Richard 

73  Slnipe,  James 

74  Shupe,  Andrew  J. 

75  Shipley,   Joseph 

76  Squires,  William  (Cor- 

poral at  M.  0.) 

77  Shumway,  Aurora 

78  Thompson,  James  L. 

79  Thomas,  Nathan  T. 

80  Thomas,  Elijah 

81  Tuttle,   Elanson 

82  Truman,  Jacob  M. 

83  Tindell,  Solomon 

84  Wade,   Edward   W. 

85  Wade,  Moses 

86  Wood,    William 

87  White,  John  J. 

88  Wilcox,  Matthew 

89  Welsh,   Madison 

90  Wheeler,   Henry 


Nelson   Higgins,   Captain. 

George  P.  Dykes,  1st  Lieutenant. 

Sylvester  Hulett,  2nd  Lieutenant. 

Cyrus  C.  Canfield,  3rd  Lieutenant. 

Nathaniel  V.  Jones,  1st  Sergeant;  (Private  at  M.  O.) 

Thomas  Williams,  2nd   Sergeant. 

Luther  T.  Tuttle,  3rd  Sergeant. 


Alpheus  P.  Haws,  4th   Sergeant. 
Arnold    Stephens,   1st   Corporal. 
John    Buchanan,   2nd   Corporal. 
William  Coon,  3rd   Corporal. 
Lewis  Lane,  4th  Corporal;   (Private  at  M.  O.) 
Willard    Smith,   Musician. 

Henry  W.  Jackson   (Henry  J.  on  original  Co.  register), 
Musician. 


Privates 


1  Abbott,  Joshua 

2  Averett,  Juthan 

3  Brown,  James  1st 

4  Brown,  James  S. 

5  Badlam,  Samuel 

6  Button,  Montgomery 

7  Brizzee,  Henry  W. 


8  Boyd,  George  W. 

9  Boyd,  William 

10  Ba'rger,  William  W. 

11  Compton,  Allen 

12  Cole,  James  B. 

13  Casto,  William 

14  Casto,  James 


15  Curtis  Foster 

10  Clawson,   John    R. 

17  Cox,   Amos 

18  Collins,  Robert  H. 

19  Chase,    Abner 

20  Davis,  Sterling 

21  Davis,  Eleazer 


22  Davis,  James 

23  Douglas,   Ralph 

24  Douglas,  James 

25  Fletcher,  Philander 

26  Frazier,    Thomas 

27  Fatoute,  Ezra 

28  Forsgreen  John 


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45 


Privates—  (Continued) 


20  Finlay,   Thomas 

30  Gilbert,  John 

31  Gifford,  William  W. 
1)2  dribble,   William 

33  Hoagland,   Lucas 

34  Henry,  Daniel 

35  Hirons,   James 

3C  Hunting-ton,  Dimick  B. 

37  Hendricks,  Wm.  D. 

38  Holmes,  Jonathan 
30  Higgins,  Alfred 

40  Hunsaker,  Abraham 

(1st  Sergt.  at  M.  0.) 

41  Jacobs,  San  ford    (Cor- 

poral at  M.  0.) 

42  Kenny,  Loren  E. 


43  Lamb,  Lisbon 

44  Laughlin,  David   S. 

45  Maxwell,  William 

46  Meeseck,  Peter  J. 

47  Meaeham,  Era^tus 

48  Bingham,  Erastus 

49  Merrill,  Ferdinand 

50  MeArthur,  Henry 

51  Oakley,   James 

52  Owen,   James 

53  Peck,  Edwin  M. 

54  Perrin,  Charles 

55  Pettegrew,  James  P. 

56  Rollins,   John 

57  Rawson,  Daniel  B. 

58  Roberts,  Benjamin 


50  Runyan,  Levi 

60  Rowe,  William 

61  Richmond,  William 

62  Robinson,   William 

63  Raymond,  Alnion  P. 

64  Smith,  John  G. 

65  Stephens,   Alexander 

66  Spencer,  W'illiam  W. 

67  Stewart,  Benjamin 

68  Stewart,  James 

60  Stewart,  Robert   B. 

70  Sargent,  Abel  M. 

71  Savage,  Levi 

72  Stillman,  Clark 

73  Swarthout,  Nathan 

74  Sharp,  Albert 


75  Sharp,  Norman 

76  Shelton,  Sebert  C. 

77  Sanderson,   Henry   W. 

78  Steele,  John 

70  Thompson;  Henry 

80  Thompson,  Miles 

81  Tanner,  Myron 

82  Twitchel,  Anciel 

83  Tubbs,  William 

84  Treat,   Thomas 

85  Hayward,   Thomas 

86  Tippets,  John 

87  Walker,  Edwin 

88  Woodward,  Francis 

89  Whiting,  Almon 
00  Whiting,  Edmond 


Daniel   C.   Davis,    Captain. 
James  Pace,   1st   Lieutenant. 
Andrew  Lytle,  2nd  Lieutenant. 
Samuel  L.  Gully,  3rd .  Lieutenant. 


COMPANY  E 

Officers 

Samuel  L.  Brown,  1st  Sergeant. 
Richard  Brazier,  2nd  Sergeant. 
Ebenezer  Hanks,  3rd  Sergeant. 
Daniel  Browett,  4th  Sergeant. 

Privates 


James  A.  Scott,  Corporal; 

(Died  at  Pueblo). 
Levi  W.  Hancock,  Musician. 
Jesse  Earl. 


1  Allen,  John    (Drummed 

out   of   service,   non- 
"Mormon") 

2  Allen,  George 

3  Bentley,   John 

4  Beers,  William 

5  Brown,  Daniel 

6  Buckley,  Newman 

7  Bunker,  Edward 

8  Caldwell,  Matthew 
0  Campbell,    Samuel 

10  Campbell,   Jonathan 

11  Cazier,  James 

12  Cazier,  John 

13  Clark,  Samuel 

14  Clark,  Albert 

15  Chapin,  Samuel 

16  Cox,  John 

17  Cummings,  George 
IS  Day,  Abraham 

10  Dyke,  Simon 


20  Dennett,  Daniel  Q. 

21  Earl,  Jacob 

22  Ewell,  William 

23  Ewell,  Martin  F. 

24  Earl,  Justice  C. 

25  Findlay,  John 

26  Follett,  William  T. 

27  Glazier,  Luther  W. 

28  Harmon,  Oliver  N. 

29  Harris,  Robert 

30  Harrison,  Isaac 

31  Hart,  James  S. 

32  Harrison,  Israel 

33  Hess,  John  W. 

34  Hickmot,  John 

35  Hopkins,  Charles 

36  Hoskins,  Henry 

37  Howell,  T.  C.  D. 

38  Howell,  William 
30  Jacobs,  Bailey 
40  Judd,  Hiram 


41  Judd,  Zadock  K. 

42  Jimmerson,  Charles 

43  Knapp,  Albert 

44  Kelley,  George 

45  Karren,  Thomas 

46  Lance,  William 

47  McLelland,  Wm.  C. 

48  Miller,  Daniel 

49  McBride,  Haslam 

50  Miller,  Miles 

51  Park,  Wm.  A. 

52  Pettegrew,  David 

53  Pixton,  Robert 

54  Phelps,  Alva  (Died  on 

the  Arkansas) 

55  Porter,  Sanford 

56  Pugmire,  Jonathan,  Jr. 

57  Rollins 

58  Richardson,  Thomas 

59  "Richards,  L. 

60  Roberts,  L. 


61  Sanders,  Richard  T. 
"62  Scott,  Leonard   M. 

63  Scott,  James  R. 

64  Skein,  Joseph 

65  Spidle,  John 

66  Slater,  Richard 

67  Snyder,   John 

68  Smith,  Lot 

69  Smith,  David 

70  Smith,  Elisha 

71  Smith,  John 

72  St.  John,  Stephen  M. 

73  Stephens,  Roswell 

74  Standage,  Henry 

75  Strong,  William 

76  Tanner,  Albert 

77  West,  Benjamin 

78  Wilson,  George 
70  Woolsey,  Thomas 
SO  Williams,  James  V. 
81  Whitworth,  Wm. 


Top  row :     1st,  HENRY  W.  BIGLER  ;  2nd,  AZARIAH  SMITH. 
Bottom  row:     1st,  WILLIAM  J.  JOHNSTON;  2nd,  JAMES  S.  BROWN. 

Four  of  the  members  of  the  Mormon  Battalion  who  were  working  on  the  millrace  ditch 
at  Sutler's  Mill  when  gold  was  first  discovered  in  California.  Fifty  years  afterward 
these  four  men  were  living,  and  at  the  fiftieth  anniversary  celebration  of  the  discovery 
of  gold  they  were  the  guests  of  the  State  of  California  at  San  Francisco. 


Members  of  the  Brigham  Young  Company   That  Came 

to  Utah  July  24,  1847 


Wilford  Woodruff,  Captain, 
John  S.  Fowler, 
Jacob   D.   Burnhain, 

Ezra  T.  Benson,  Captain, 
Thomas  B.  G  rover, 
Barnabas  L.   Adams, 


Phinehas  H.  Young,  Captain, 
John  Y.  Green, 
Thomas    Tanner, 


Luke    S.    Johnson,    Captain, 
John    Holnian, 
Edmund    Ellsworth, 


Stephen  H.  Goddard,  Capt, 
Tarlton   Lewis, 
Henry  G.  Sherwood, 


Charles  Shumway,  Captain, 
Andrew   Shumway, 
Thos.  Woolsey, 


James  Case,  Captain, 
Artemas    Johnson, 
Win.  C.  A.  Smoot, 


Seth  Taft,  Captain, 
Horace  Thornton, 
Stephen  Kelsey, 
John   S.   Eldredge, 

Howard  Egan,  Captain, 
Heher  C.  Kimball, 
Win.  A.  King, 


Appleton  M.Harmon,  Capt., 
Carlos  Hurray, 
Horace  K.  Whitney, 


John  S.  Higbee,  Captain, 
John  Wheeler, 
Solomon  Chamberlain, 


Norton  Jacobs,  Captain, 
Charles  A.  Harper, 
George  Woodard, 

John  Brown,  Captain, 
Shadrach  Koundy, 
Levi  Jackman, 


Joseph  Matthews,  Captain. 
Gilbroid  Summe, 
John  Gleason, 


FIRST   TEN 


Orson  Pratt, 
Joseph  Egbert, 


SECOND    TEN 


Roswell  Stevens, 
Amasa  M.  Lyman, 
Starling  Driggs, 


THIRD   TEN 


Brigham  Young, 
Addison  Everett, 
Truman  O.  Angell, 


FOURTH   TEN 


Alvarus  Hanks, 
George  R.  Grant, 
Millen  Atwood, 


FIFTH   TEN 


Zebedee  Coltrin, 
Sylvester  H.  Earl, 
John   Dixon, 


SIXTH    TEN 


Chauncey  Loveland, 
,  Erastus   Snow, 
James  Craig, 


SEVENTH   TEN 


Franklin    B.    Dewey, 
Win.  Carter, 
Franklin   G.   Losee. 


EIGHTH   TEN 


Charles  D.  Barnum, 
Alma  M.  Williams, 
Rufus  Allen, 


NINTH  TEN 


Thomas  Cloward, 
Hosea  dishing, 
Robert  Byard, 


TENTH    TEN 


Orson  K.  Whitney, 
Orrin  P.  Rockwell, 
Nathaniel  T.  Brown, 


ELEVENTH     TEN 


Conrad  Klineman, 
Joseph  Rooker, 
Perry  Fitzgerald, 


TWELFTH    TEN 


Stephen  Markham, 
Lewis  Barney, 


John  M.  Freeman, 
Marcus  B.  Thorpe, 


Albert  Carrington, 
Thomas  Bullock, 
George  Brown, 


Lorenzo  D.  Young, 
Bryant  Stringham, 


Samuel  B.  Fox, 
Tunis  Rappleyee, 
Harry  Pierce, 


Samuel  H.  Marble, 
George  Selioles, 


Win.  Wordsworth, 
Wm.  Vance, 


Burr  Frost, 
Datus  Ensign, 
Franklin  B.  Stewart, 


Robert  T.  Thomas, 
James  W.  Stewart, 
Elijah  Newman, 


George  Billings, 
Edson  Whipple. 


R.  Jackson  Redding, 
John  Pack, 
Francis  Pomeroy, 


John  H.  Tippetts, 
James  Davenport, 


George  Mills, 
Andrew  Gibbons, 


THIRTEENTH  TEN 


Lyman  Curtis, 
Hans  C.   Hansen, 
Matthew  Ivory, 


David  Powers, 
Hark  Lay  (colored), 


FOURTEENTH    TEN 

Charles  Burke, 
Alexander  P.  Chessley, 


Rodney  Badger, 
Norman  Taylor, 


Geo.  A.  Smith, 
Geo.  Wardle. 


Willard  Richards, 
Jesse    C.   Little. 


Joseph  S.  Scofield, 
Albert  P.  Rockwood. 


Wm.  Dykes, 
Jacob  Weiler. 


\Vm.  Henrie, 
Wm.  A.  Enipey. 


Simeon   Howd, 
Seeley  Owen. 


Monroe  Frink, 
Eric  Glines, 
Ozro  Eastman. 


Levi  N.  Kendall, 
Francis  Bojrgs, 
David   Grant. 


Philo  Johnson, 
Wm.  Clayton. 


Aaron  Farr, 
Nathan iel  Fai rban ks. 


Henson  Walker, 
Benjamin   Rolfe. 


Joseph  Hancock, 
John  W.  Norton. 


Oscar    Crosby     (col- 
ored), 


Green     Flake     (col- 
ored). 
Ellis  Eames. 


46 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1847 


47 


BRIGHAM  YOUNG 

As  President  of  the  Quorum  of  the  Twelve 
Apostles  was  leader  of  the  first  com- 
pany of  Pioneers,  who  arrived  where 
Salt  Lake  City  now  stands,  July  24,  1847. 


BRIGHAM  YOUNG,  JR. 
Son  of  Brigham  Young  and  Mary  A.  An- 
gell.      Born    December,    1836.      Came    to 
Utah   with   father,   1848.     Member  of  the 
Quorum   of  the  Twelve  Apostles. 


BRIGHAM  S.  YOUNG 
Raymond,  Alberta,   Canada. 


HEBER  CHASE   KIMBALL. 
Born    June    14,    1801,    Sheldon,    Franklin 
Co.,   Vt.     Can.e   to   Utah,    July   24,    1847, 
Brigham   Young    Company.      First   Coun- 
selor '3  President  Brigham  Young. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  KIMBALL 
Son  of  Heber  C.  Kimball  and  Vilate  Mur- 
ray.     Born  April  10,   1826,   Mendon,  Mon- 
roe Co.,   N.   Y.      Came  to  Utah   Sept.   24, 
1848,  Brigham  Young  Company. 


JOHN    HENRY    KIMBALL 
Son  of  William  Henry  Kimball  and  Mary 
M.  Davenport.     Born  March  22,  1851,  Sail 
Lake  City.    Engaged  in  Livery  and  Trans- 
fer Business. 


DAVID  PATTEN  KIMBALL 
Son  of  Heber  C.  Kimball  and  Vilate  Mur- 
ray.     Born    Aug.    23,    1839,    Nauvoo,    111. 
Came  to  Utah  1848.     President  Bear  Lake 
Stake. 


THATCHER   KIMBALL 
Son  ot  David  Patten  Kimball  and  Caroline 
Marian   Williams.     Born  1883,   St.   David, 
Arizona.  Harness  and  Hardware  Merchant. 


SOLOMON  FARNHAM  KIMBALL 
Son  of  Heber  C.  Kimball  and  Vilate  Mu-- 
ray.      Came   to   Utah   1848.      Indian   Vfa" 
Veteran.      Peace    Officer;    Bailiff    United 
States  District  Court. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1847 


JOSEPH  KIMBALL 

Son  of  Heber  C.  Kimball  and  Prescinda  L. 
Huntington.  Born  Dec.  22,  1851,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Bishop  1st  Ward,  Logan,  Utah. 


NEWEL  W.  KIMBALL 
Son  of  Heber  C.  Kimball  and  Sarah  Ann 
Whitney.      Born  May  19,  1862,   Salt   Lake 
City.      Member    Cache    Stake    Presidency. 


ABRAHAM  ALONZO  KIMBALL 
Son  of  Heber  C.  Kimball  and  Clarissa  Cut- 
ler.    Farmer. 


•JONATHAN  GOLDEN  KIMBALL 
Son   of  Heber    Chase   Kimball   and   Chris- 
teen  Golden.     One  of  the  Seven  Presidents 
of  Seventies,  and  their  Secretary. 


DANIEL  H.  KIMBALL 
Son  of  Heber  C.  Kimball  and  Annie  Gheen. 
Born  Feb.  8,  1856,  Salt  Lake  City.  Seventy. 


LOUIS  C.  KIMBALL, 

Son  of  Daniel  H.  Kimball  and  Joan  Okie- 
berry.  Born  Aug.  16,  1884,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Elder. 


WILLIAM  GHEEN  KIMBALL 
Son    of   Heber    C.    Kimball    and    Amanda 
Gheen.      Born   March   3,    1851,    Salt   Lake 
City.     Resides  at  Rigby,  Idaho. 


JOHN  SMITH 

Born  July  16,  1781,  Derryfield,  N.  H. ;  was 
of  Co.  E,  Mormon  Battalion.  High  Priest ; 
Presiding  Patriarch  1849. 


GEORGE  ALBERT  SMITH 


Son  of  John  Smith  and  Clarissa  Lyman. 
Born  June  26,  1817,  Potsdam,  St.  Law- 
rence Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  July  24, 
1847.  Member  of  Quorum  of  the  Twelve 
Apostle*. 


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JOHN  HENRY  SMITH 
Son  of  George  Albert  Smith  and  Sarah 
Ann  Libby.  Born  Sept.  18,  1848,  Kanes- 
ville,  Iowa.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  27,  1849. 
Bishop  of  17th  Ward.  Member  of  Quorum 
of  the  Twelve  Apostles. 


GEORGE  ALBERT  SMITH 
Son  of  John  Henry  Smith  and  Sarah  Farr. 
Born  April  4,  1870,  Salt  Lake  City.     Mem- 
ber  of   Quorum    of   the   Twelve   Apostles. 
Missionary  to  Southern  States  1892-94. 


APHEK  WOODRUFF 

Father    of    Wilford    Woodruff.      Came    to 
Utah  1847. 


WILFORD  WOODRUFF 
Son     of     Aphek     Woodruff     and     Beulah 
Thompson.     Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847, 
Brigliam  Young  Co.     President  Church  of 
J68US  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints. 


WILFORD  WOODRUFF,  JR. 
Son  of  Wilford  Woodruff  and  Phoebe  Whit- 
temore.      Born  March   22,    1840,  Montrose, 
Iowa.      Came  to  Utah  Oct.   14,  1850,  Wil- 
ford Woodruff  Company. 


WILFORD  SMITH  WOODRUFF 
Son  of  Wilford  Woodruff,  Jr.,  and  Emily 
Jane    Smith.      Born    Sept.    25,    1871,    Salt 
Lake  City.     Salesman. 


ASAHEL  H.  WOODRUFF 
Son  of  Wilford  Woodruff  and  Emma  Smith. 
Born  Feb.  3,  1863,  Salt  Lake  City.    Bishop 
of   Waterloo   Ward.      Manager   Wholesale 
Dry  Goods  Department  Z.  C.  M.  I. 
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ABRAHAM  OWEN  WOODRUFF 
Son  of  Wilford  Woodruff  and  Emma  Smith. 
Born  Nov.  23,  1872.     Member  Quorum  of 
the  Twelve  Apostles. 


DAVID  PATTEN  WOODRUFF 
Son     of     Wilford     Woodruff     and     Sarah 
Brown.      Born    April    4,    1854,    Salt    Lake 
City.    High  Councilor ;  Assessor,  Collector 
and  Treasurer. 


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ENSIGN  WOODRUFF 
Son  of  Wilford  Woodruff  and  Sarah  De- 
light Stocking-.      Born  Dec.    23,   1865,   Salt 
Lake  City.     Pres.  14th  Quorum  Seventies. 


J.  J.  WOODRUFF 

Son  of  Wilford  Woodruff  and   Sarah  De- 
light Stocking. 


MARION    WOODRUFF 
Son   of  Wilford  Woodruff  and   Sarah   De- 
liKht  Stocking. 


AMASA  MASON  LYMAN 
Born  March  30,  1813,  Lyman,  Graf  ton  Co., 
N.  H.     Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brig- 
ham   Young  Company.      Member  of  Quo- 
rum of  the  Twelve  Apostles. 


FRANCIS  MARION  LYMAN 
Son    of    Amasa    M.    Lyman    and    Louisa 
Maria  Tanner.     Born  Jan.  12,  1840,  Good- 
hope,    111.      President    of    the    Quorum    of 
Twelve  Apostles. 


FRANCIS  M.  LYMAN,  JR. 
Son  of  Francis  M.  Lyman  and  Rhoda  Ann 
Taylor.      Born    Sept.    25,    1863,    Fillmore, 
Utah.        Missionary       Civil     and     Mining 
Engineer. 


RICHARD  ROSWELL  LYMAN 
Son  of  Francis  M.  Lyman  and  Clara  Caro- 
line  Calllster.      Born   Nov.    23,    1870,   Fill- 
more,  Utah.     President  of  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A., 
Salt  Lake  Stake  1896-1902. 


GEORGIA  ALBERT  LYMAN 
Son  of  Francis  M.  Lyman  and  Clara  Caro- 
line Callister.     Born  Nov.  14,  1873. 


JOHN  C.   LYMAN 

Son  of  Francis  M.  Lyman  and  Clara  Caro- 
line Callister.     Born  Sept.  24,   1880. 


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WALDO  WILCKEN  LYMAN 
Son    of    Francis    M.    Lyman    and    Susan 
Delilah    Callister.      Born    March    2,    1893, 
Salt  Lake  City. 


AMASA  MASON  LYMAN,  JR. 
Son  of  Amasa   Mason  Lyman  and  Louisa 
Maria  Tanner.      Born  Feb.   22,  1846,  Nau- 
voo,  111.    Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 
Assisted  immigration. 


ORSON  PRATT 

Born  Sept.  19,  1811,  Hartford,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  July  21,  1847,  Brigham 
Young  Co.  Member  of  the  first  Quorum  of 
the  Twelve  Apostles.  Church  historian. 


M1LANDO    PRATT 
Son  of  Orson   Pratt  and  Mary  Ann  Mer- 
rill.     Born   Sept.    30,    1848,   Harris   Grove. 
Iowa.     Patriarch.     Mining  Man. 


W1LLARD  RICHARDS 
Born    June    24,    1804,    in    Massachusetts. 
Came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young  Company.     Apostle.    Present  at  the 
Death  of  the  Prophet  Joseph  Smith. 


CALVIN  W.   RICHARDS. 
Son  of  Willard  Richards  and  Rhoda  Har- 
riett Foss.      Born  Oct.    7,   1852,   Salt  Lake 
City. 


GEORGE  GILL  RICHARDS 
ion  of  Stephen  Longstroth  Richa'rds   (son 
>f  Willard   Richards)    and    Emma   Louise 
5tayner.      Born    Sept.    5,    1883,    Salt    Lake 
'ity.    Physician  and  Surgeon. 


WILLIAM  CLAYTON 

Born  July  14,  1814,  Preston,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brig- 
ham  Young  Company.  Recorder  of  Reve- 
lation on  Celestial  Marriage.  Historian. 


NEPHI  WILLARD  CLAYTON 
Son  of  William  Clayton  and  Augusta  Brad- 
clock.     Born  Oct.  8,  1855,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Capitalist.      Builder   Saltair  Beach   Resort 
and  S.  L.  &  L.  A.  R.  R. 


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ARCHER  WALTERS  CLAYTON 
Son  of  William    Clayton   and   Sarah   Wal- 
ters.     Born  April    10,    1858.     Resided   Salt 
Lake  City. 


ALBERT  CARRINGTON 
Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847.    Apostle.  One 
of  Framers  Constitution  of  State  of  Des- 
eret.      Surveyor   Salt   Lake   City.      Editor 
"Deseret  NCTV,?-" 


TRUMAN  O.  ANGELL 

Born  June  5,  1810,  North  Providence,  R.  I. 
Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Bri^ham 
Young  Company.  Architect  of  the  Temple 
and  Tabernacle. 


ERASTUS  SNOW 

Born  Nov.  8,  1818,  St.  Johnsbury,  Vt. 
Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brigham 
Young  Company.  Apostle  in  L.  D.  S. 
C..urch.  Member  Legislature. 


EDWARD  H.  SNOW. 

Son  of  Erastus  Snow  and  Josephine  Spen- 
cer. Born  June  23,  1865,  St.  George. 
Member  first  State  Senate.  President  St. 
George  Bank. 


ASHBY   SNOW 

Son  of  Erastus  Snow.     Attorney  at  Law. 
Director  Utah  State  National  Bank. 


SHADRACH  ROUNDY 

Horn  Jan.  1,  1789.  Came  to  Utah  July 
24.  1847,  Brigham  Young  Company.  Bishop 
16th  Ward.  Indian  War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


LAUREN  HOTCHX1SS  ROUNDY 
Son  of  Shadrach  Roundy  and  Betsy  Quim- 
by.      corn   May   21,    1815,   Spafford,   Onon- 
daga  Co.,  N.  Y.     High  Councilor.     Indian 
War  Veteran.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  HEBER  ROUNDY 
Son  of  Lauren  Hotchkiss  Roundy  and  Jo- 
anna Carter.     Born  Feb.  5,  1846,  Nauvoo, 
111.     Elder.     Assessor  and  Collector. 


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JOHN  DAVIS  ROUNDY 
Son   of   William    Heber   Roundy   and    Ma- 
linda   Parker.      Born   Nov.   3,   1876,  Upper 
Kanab,  Kane  Co.,  Utah.     Bishop's  Coun- 
selor Alton  Ward.     Farmer  and  Stockman. 


JOHN  ROUNDY 


Son  of  Lauren  Hotchkiss  Roundy  and 
Jane  Ann  Koyle.  Born  May  18.  1864, 
Springville,  Utah.  Bishop  Knightsville, 
Utah.  Mining  Man.  Merchant. 


JARED  CURTIS  ROUNDY 
Son  of  Shadrach  Roundy  and  Betsy  Quim- 
by.      Born  Jan.    5,    1827,   in  Ohio.      Bishop 
\Vanship  Ward.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  ALLEN 

Son  of  Rufus  Allen,  who  came  to  Utah 
July  24,  1847,  and  Mary  Phelps.  Born 
Jan.  10,  1866,  Riverdale,  Utah.  Elder. 
County  Assessor  several  years.  Farmer. 


WILLIAM  MORE  ALLRED 
Son   of   Isaac  Allred,   who   came   to   Utah 
July   24,    1847,    Brigham  Young  Company, 
and    Mary   Calvert.      Born    Dec.    24,    1819, 
Nashville,  Tenn. 


REDDEN  ALEXANDER  ALLRED 
Son    of   Isaac    Allred    and    Mary    Calvert. 
Born  Feb.  21,  1822. 


M1LFORD    ALEXANDER    ALLRED 
Son  of  Redden  A.  Allred  and  Julia  Bates. 
Born    Feb.     17,     1857,     Salt    Lake     City. 
Miner. 


PAULINUS  HARVEY  ALLRED 
Son    of   Isaac   Allred    and    Mary   Calvert. 
Born    Jan.    21,    1829,    Farmington,    Tenn. 
Came    to   Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young  Company. 


ISAAC  H.  ALLRED 

Son  of  Paulinus  Harvey  Allred  and  Me- 
lissa Norton.  Born  Nov.  22,  1850,  Cot- 
tonwood,  Utah.  Member  first  Bishopric 
of  Riverside,  Idaho. 


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ROBERT  E.  BAIRD.      (BYARD) 
Born  May  15,  1817,  Londonderry,  Ireland. 
Came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young  Company.     Pres.  53rd  Quorum  Sev- 
enties.    Justice  of  Peace. 


JOHN  BAIRD 

Son  of  Robert  E.  Baird  (Byard)  and 
Jane  Hartley.  Born  Feb.  17,  1864,  Lynn, 
Utah. 


CARLOS  ASHBY  BAUGKR 
Son    of    Rodney    Carlos    Badger    (son    of 
Rodney    Badger   who    came   to    Utah    July 
24,     1847,)     and     Louisa     Adeline     Ashby 
Nobles.      State  Senator.     Lawyer. 


S.   R.   GUSHING 

Son  of  Hosea  Gushing,  who  came  to  Utah 
with  the  Brigham  Young  Company  July 
24,  1847.  Lives  at  Santaquin,  Utah. 


EZRA  TAFT  BENSON 
Born  Feb.  22,  1811,  Mendon,  Mass.     Came 
to   Utah   July    24,    1847,    Brigham   Young 
Co.     Member     Quorum     of     the     Twelve 
Apostles. 


GEORGE  TAFT  BENSON 
Son    of    Ezra    Taft    Benson    and    Addim- 
Brooks.     Born  May  1,  1846,  Garden  Grove, 
Iowa.     Bishop  Whitney  Ward.     Farmer. 


BIUGHAM  YOUNG  BENSON 
Son  of  Ezra   Taft   Benson   and   Elizabeth 
Golliaher.      Born  Dec.  17,  1858,  Salt  Lake 
City.     Bishop's  Counselor.     Director  Lew- 
iston  State  Bank, 


GEORGE   (WASHINGTON)   BROWN 
Born  Jan.  25,  1827,  Newberry,  Ohio.   Came 
to   Utah    July   24,    1847,    Brigham   Young 
Co.     High  Priest.    Indian  War  Veteran. 


ISAAC   NATHANIEL  BROWN 
Son  of  George   (Washington)   Brown  and 
May  Elizabeth  Hancock.     Born  March  18, 
1855,  Salt  Lake  City.     Elder.     Farmer.    , 


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JOHN  BROWN 

Born  Oct.  23,  1820,  Sumner  County,  Tenn. 
Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brigham 
Young  Co.  Pres.  8th  Quorum  Seventies. 


JAMES  L.   BROWN 

Son  of  John  Brown  and  Elizabeth  Crosby. 
Born  Nov.  26,  1860,  Lehi,  Utah.  High 
Priest. 


DR.  JOHN  ZIMMERMAN  BROWN 
Son   of  John   Brown   and    Margaret  Zim- 
merman.     Born    Sept.    2,    1873,    Pleasant 
Grove,  Utah.     Head  of  Dept.  of  Physiol- 
ogy of  University  of  Utah,   1907-10. 


WILLIAM  W.  CASPAR 
Came    to    Utah    with    Mormon    Battalion, 
accompanying  the   Brigham   Young   Com- 
pany, July  24,   1847. 


THOMAS  BULLOCK 

Born  Dec.  23,  1816,  Leek,  Staffordshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brig- 
ham  Young  Company.  First  Recorder  of 
Salt  Lake  City  and  County. 


THOMAS  H.   BULLOCK 
Son    of    Thomas    Bullock,    who    came    to 
Utah  July  24,   1847,  and  Henrietta  Rush- 
ton. 


FRANCIS  ALONZO  BULLOCK 
Son    of    Thomas    Bullock    and    Henrietta 
Rushton.     Born  Aug.    5,   1855,   Salt  Lake 
City.     Elder.   Railroads. 


WILLIAM  CARTER 

Born  Feb.  12,  1821,  in  Herefordshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  July  22,  1847,  Brigham 
Young  Company.  Member  Bishopric  14th 
Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM   JOHN   BENBOW    CARTER 
Son  of  William  Carter  and  Ellen  Benbow. 
Born  June  29,  1852,  Salt  Lake  City.    High 
Councilor  St.  George  Stake.     Farmer. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1847 


WILLIAM  ALEXANDER  CHESLEY 
Son    of    Alexander    Philip    Chesley,    who 
came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young  Co.,  and  Eliza  Haws.      Born   Sept. 
29,  1845,  Sangamon  County  111.     Seventy. 


ZEBEDEE  COLTRIN 

Born  Sept.  7,  1804,  Ovid,  Seneca  Co.,  N. 
Y.  Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brigham 
Young  Company.  Patriarch. 


HEMAN   COLTRIN 

Son  of  Zebedee  Coltrin  and  Mary  Mott. 
Born  Jan.  29,  1854,  Palmyra,  Utah. 
Farmer. 


ISAAC   DECKER 

Born  Nov.  29,  1800,  in  Holland.  Came  to 
rtah  1847.  Farmer.  Lived  in  Provo  Val- 
ley, Utah. 


ISAAC  PERRY  DECKER 
Son   of   Isaac    Decker   and    Harriet    Page 
Wheeler.     Born  Aug.  7,  1840,  Winchester, 
Scott  County,  111.     Came  to  Utah  July  24, 
1847. 


CHARLES  FRANKLIN  DECKER 
Son  of  Isaac  Perry  Decker  and  Elizabeth 
Ogden.      Born   Sept.    15,    1863,    Salt   Lake 
City.     Member  Provo  city  council.     Mayor 
two  terms.     Investments,  Real  Estate. 


CHARLES    FRANKLIN   DECKER 
Son    of    Isaac   Decker   and   Harriet   Page 
Wheeler.      Born    June    21,    1824,    in    New 
York   State.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.   2,  1847, 
J.  M.  Grant  Co.  U.  S.  Mail  Carrier  1851-55. 


BENJAMIN  F.   DEWEY 
Son   of   Ashbell   Dewey   and   Harriet    Ad- 
ams, and  brother  of  John  H.  Dewey.    Pio- 
neer July  24,  1847,  Brigham  Young  Com- 
pany.    Farmer. 


WILLIAM  A.  DEWEY 
Downey,    Idaho. 


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SYLVESTER  HENRY  EARL 
Born  Aug.   16,   1815,   Scioto  County,   Ohio. 
Came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young  Company.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


JOSEPH  IRA  EARL 

Son  of  Sylvester  Henry  Earl.  Born  Sept. 
6,  1852,  Salt  Lake  City.  Bishop  Bunker- 
ville  Ward. 


IRA  JOSEPH  EARL 

Son   of   Joseph   Ira  Earl.      Born   Dec.    16, 
1884.     Elder. 


LYMAN  CURTIS 
Son  of  Nahum  Curtis  and  Minnie  Millicent 
Waite.       Born    Jan.     21.    1812.       Came    to 
Utah,  July  22,  1847,  BriKham  Young  Com- 
>any.     Road  and  Canal  Builder. 


EDMUND  ELLSWORTH 
Born  July   1,    1819,    Paris,   Oneida   Co.,   N. 
Y.     Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brigham 
Young  Co.     Veteran   Walker  Indian  War. 


ASA  CHARLES  ELLSWORTH 
Son  of  Edmund   Ellsworth  and  Mary  Ann 
Dudley.     Born  Sept.  17,  1866,  West  Weber, 
Utah.      First  Counselor  in  Y.   M.   M.   I.  A. 


WILLIAM  EMPEY 

',ame    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
toung  Company. 


NELSON  A.  EMPEY 

Son  of  William  Empey.  Came  to  Utah 
July  24,  1847.  Bishop  13th  Ward.  Mer- 
chant. 


D.  H.  ENSIGN 

Son  of  Datus  Ensign,  who  came  to  Utah 
July  24,  Ib47.  Bishop  1st  Ward,  Ogden, 
Utah. 


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ADDISON   EVERETT 
Born  Oct.  10,  1815,  Orange  County,  N.  Y. 
Came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young   Company.    Bishop   8th    Ward,    Salt 
Lake  City. 


WINSLOW  FARR 

Born  Jan.  14,  1794,  Chesterfield,  Vt.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1850,  Joseph  Young  Co. 
Settled  at  Big  Cottomvood  1851. 


AARON    (FREEMAN)    FARR 
Son    of   Winslow   Farr   and    Olive    Hovey 
Freeman.     Born  Oct.   31,  1818.     Came  to 
Utah   July   24,    1847,    Brigham  Young  Co. 


NATHANIEL   FAIRBANKS 
Son  of  Joseph  Fairbanks.     Came  to  Utah 
July   24,   1847,   Briprham   Young  Company. 


SIMEON    (FULLER)   HOWD 
Born  May  13,  1813,  Camden,  N.  Y.     Came 
to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham    Young 
Company.     Pioneer  to  Beaver,  Utah. 


SIMEON  FULLER  HOWD,  JR. 
Son  of  Simeon  Fuller  Howd  and  Lucinda 
Morgan.     Born  Mar.  5,  1859,  Beaver,  Utah. 
City  Marshal.     Member  City  Council. 


JOHN    (STRKATOR)    GLEASON 
Born   Jan.    13,   1819.      Came  to  Utah   July 
22,      1847,      Brigham      Young      Company. 
Lieut.-Col.  in  Davis  County  Militia.     Mis- 
sionary to  England  1860-63.     Seventy. 


ALVIKAS   HORNE  GLEASON 
Son    of    John    Streator    Gleason    and    Des- 
clemona  Chase.     Born  July  5,  1848,  on  Elk 
Horn    River,     Neb.       Settled     at    Garland 
1871.     Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


THOMAS  HENRY  GLEASON 
Son  of  John   Streator  Gleason  and  Mary- 
Ann     Sutherland.       Born     Feb.     8,     1867, 
Farmington,  Utah.     Missionary  1896-97. 


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OLIVER   B.   HUNTINGTON 
Born  1825   in   New  York.      Came  to  Utah 
July   24,    1847,   Brigham  Young  Company. 
Patriarch.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


GEORGE  W.  HUNTINGTON 
Son   of   Oliver   B.   Huntington    and   Mary 
Mellisa  Neal.     Born  Sept.  18,  1848,  Cam- 
bria, Niagara  Co.,  N.  Y.     Elder.      Farmer. 


GEORGE   AUGUSTUS   HUNTINGTON 
Son  of  George  W.  Huntington  and  Sarah 
Elizabeth    Sprouse.      Born    Nov.    1,    1872, 
Salt    Lake    City.      High    Priest.      Sunday 
School   Superintendent.      Justice  of  Peace. 


BURR  FROST 

Born  March  4,  1815,  Westfleld,  Conn. 
Came  to  Utah  July  22,  1847,  Brigham 
Young  Co.  Pres.  70th  Quorum  Seventies. 


CHARLES  A.  HARPER 
Pioneer,    July    24,    1847,    Brigham    Young 
Company. 


LEVI  JACICMAN 

Born  July  28,  1797,  Corinth,  Vt.  Came  to 
Utah  In  1847,  Brigham  Young  Co.  Member 
of  High  Council ;  High  Priest ;  Elder. 


LEVI   HARMON   JACKMAN 
Son  of  Levi  Jackman   and   Lucinda  Har- 
mon.    Born  Sept.  6,  1853,  Palmyra,   Utah 
Co.,   Utah.     Clerk  of  Quorum  of  Elders ; 
Clerk  of  Salem  Ward  1870. 


NORTON   JACOB 

Born  Aug.  11,  1804,  Sheffield,  Berkshire 
Co.,  Mass.  Came  to  Utah  July  22,  1847. 
Presiding  Elder  at  Snake  Creek  1863-64. 


JOSEPH   JACOB 

Son  of  Norton  Jacob  and  Emily  Heaton. 
Born  May  20,  1845,  at  Nauvoo,  111.  Capt. 
Utah  Militia  1863-66.  Indian  War  Vet'rn. 


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JOSEPH  JACOB,   JR. 

Son  of  Joseph  Jacob  and  Ellen  H.  Gerber. 
Born  Aug  1,  1867. 


MILTON  JACOB 

Son  of  Joseph  Jacob  and  Ellen  H.  Gerber. 
Born  May  20,  1874. 


ISAAC   JACOB 

Son  of  Joseph  Jacob  and  Ellen  H.  Gerber. 
Born  May  11,  1876. 


STEPHEN  KELSEY 

Born  Dec.  29,  1830,  Montville,  Geauga  Co 
Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brig 
ham  Young  Company. 


STEPHEN  ROBERT  KELSEY 
Son  of  Stephen  Kelsey  and  Lydia  Snyder. 
\Jorn  Oct    9,  1853,  Brigham  City,  Utah. 


TUNIS  RAPPLEYE 

.Son  of  John  R.  Rappleye  and  Margaret 
Tillie.  Came  to  Utah  in  1847,  Brigham 
Young  Co.  Indian  War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


LEV1   NEWKLL   KENDALL 
fame    to    Utah    July    24,     1847,    BriRham 
Young  Co.    High  Priest.    Indian  War  Vet- 
eran.    Lived  at  Springville,  Utah. 


LEVI   CVRUS    KENDALL 
Son    ot    Levl    Newell    Kendall    and    Eliza 
Clemmons.     Born  Oct.  14,  1849,  Salt  Lake 
City.     Deacon ;  Asst.  Sunday  School  Supt. 


LEVI  CYRUS  KENDALL,  JR. 
Son   of  Levl   Cyrus   Kendall  and  Comfort 
Ann  Cox.     Born  Sept.  21,  1874,  at  Oxford, 
Idaho. 


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ORRIN  P.  ROCKWELL 
I'iimier  July  24,  1847.     Bodyguard  of  the 
I'rophet.      A    leading   character   in    Utah's 
early  history  and  noted  for  his  work  sub- 
duing  desperate  characters. 


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JESSE  G.  LITTLE 

Born  1808  in  Maine.  Came  to  Utah  July 
24,  1847,  Brigham  Young-  Company.  High 
Councilor.  Fire  Chief  and  Town  Marshal. 


WALTER  W.  LITTLE 
Son   of  Jesse   C.   Little  and  Emily  Hoag- 
land.      Born    Dec.    28,    1876,   at   Salt   Lake 
City,    Utah.      Prosecuting  Atty.      Lawyer. 


ELI    HARVEY    PEIRCB 
Son  of  Robert  Peirce  and  Hannah  Harvey. 
Born   July    29,    1827,    in    Chester   County, 
Pennsylvania.  Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847, 
Brigham  Young  Co.   Bishop  Brigham  City. 


ELI  HARVEY  PEIRCE,  JR. 
Son   of  Eli  Harvey  Peirce  and   Susannah 
Neff.     Born  Sept.  27,  1851,  Salt  Lake  City. 
High   Priest. 


ROBERT  PIERCE 
Came  to  Utah  in  September,  184" 


THOMAS  PIERCE 

^'>n  of  Robert  Pierce.     Farmer  and  Stock- 
"aiser. 


WILLIAM   PIERCE 

Son  of  Robert  Pierce  and  Hannah  Harvey. 
Born  April  2,  1833,  in  Pennsylvania. 
Built  the  first  house  in  Brigham  City, 
Utah. 


ELI  T.  PIERCE 

Son  of  William  Pierce  and  Jerusha  Smith. 
Born  Jan.  27,  1870,  Brigham  City,  Utah. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


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FRANCIS   MARTIN    POMEROY 
Born  Feb.  22,  1822,  Somers,  Conn.     Came 
to  Utah  July  24,  1847.     High  Priest.     Jus- 
tice of  Peace  at  Paris,   Idaho,  and  Mesa, 
Arizona.      Farmer. 


FRANKLIN  THOMAS  POMEROY 
Son  of  Francis  Martin  Pomeroy  and  Sarah 
Matilda    Colborn.      Born    Sept.    15,    1870, 
Paris,  Idaho.     Real  Estate  Broker. 


FRANKLIN  IVAN  POMEROY 
Son    of    Franklin    Thomas    Pomeroy    and 
Sophia    Isadora    Morris.      Born    Jan.    26, 
1894. 


RETURN  JACKSON  REDDEN 
Born  Sept.   26,   1817,  Hiram,  Portage  Co., 
Ohio.    Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,   Brig- 
ham  Young  Co.  Joseph  Smith's  bodyguard. 


GEORGE  GRANT  REDDEN 
Son  of  Return  Jackson  Redden  and  Naomi 
Eliza  Murray.     Born  June   15,   1854,  Salt 
Lake  City.     Home  Missionary. 


RICHARD   EDMON  REDDEN 
Son  of  Return  Jackson  Redden  and  Naomi 
Eliza  Murray.     Born  Aug.   29,  1865,  Coal- 
ville,  Utah.     Lives  at  Hoytsville,  Utah. 


JOSEPH  H.  BOYINGTON 

Came  to  Utah  1847,  Heber  C.  Kimball 
Company.  Father  of  the  wife  of  James 
J.  Sorensen  of  Neeley,  Idaho. 


ALBERT    PERRY   ROCKWOOD 
Born    June    9,    1805,    at    Holliston,    Mass. 
Came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young  Co.     Member  of   first  Legislature. 


CHAKLES  WELCOME   ROCKWOOD 
Son  of  Albert  Perry  Rockwood  and  Elvira 
Teeples  Wheeler.  Born  March  2,  1850.  Salt 
Lake  City.    Bishop  of  lona,  Idaho,  Ward. 


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CHARLES  SHUMWAT 
Born  Aug.   1,   1806,   Oxford,   Mass.     Came 
to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brigham  Young  Co. 
Missionary.     Member  of  first  Legislature. 


ANDREW    P.    SHUMWAY 
Son  of   Charles  Shumway  and   Julia  Ann 
Hooker.      Born    Feb.    20,    1833,    Millbury, 
Worcester  Co.,  Mass.     Came  to  Utah  July 
24,  1847.     Bishop. 


ANDREW  T.  SHUMWAY 
Son  of  Andrew  P.  Shumway  and  Amanda 
Graham.       Born    June    4,    1866,     Mendon, 
Utah.     Resides  at  Marsh  Center,  Idaho. 


CHARLES  M.   SHUMWAY 
Son    of  Andrew    P.    Shumway   and   Mary 
Ann  Christian.     Born  in  1872  at  Mendon, 
Utah.     Bishop.     Farmer  and   Stockraiser. 


SAMUEL  B.  SHUMWAY 
Son   of   Charles   Shumway   and   Henrietta 
Bird.     Born  June  30,  1856,  Little  Cotton- 
wood,  Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM  COCHRAN  ADK1NSON 

SMOOT 

Adopted  son  of  A.  O.  Smoot.  Born  Jan. 
30,  1828,  Roan  County,  Tenn.  Came  to 
Utah  July  24,  1847,  with  the  Brigham 
Young  Company. 


WILLIAM    COCHRAN    ADK1NSON 

SMOOT,  JR. 

Son  of  William  Cochran  Adkinson  Smoot 
ind  Martha  Ann  Sessions.  Assistant 
Cashier  Utah-Idaho  Sugar  Company  of 
Sugar  City,  Idaho. 


JAMES  WESLEY  STEWART 
Born  May  19,  1825,  Fayette  Co.,  Alabama. 
Came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young  Company.     High  Priest. 


JAMES  WESLEY   STEWART,   JR. 
Son  of  James  W.  Stewart  and  Jane  Grover. 
Born  Aug.   9,    1857,   San  Bernardino,   Cal. 
High   Priest;   Sunday   School   Supt. 


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HENSON  WALKER 

Born  March  13,  1820.  Came  to  Utah  July 
24,  1847,  Brigham  Young  Co.  First  Bish- 
op and  first  Mayor  of  Pleasant  Grove, 
Utah. 


APPOLLOS  BENJAMIN  WALKER 
Son    of    Henson    Walker    and     Elizabeth 
Foutz.     Born  Nov.  4,  1855.     County  Com- 
missioner.    Member  of  Town  Board. 


GEORGE  WARDLE 
Born      at     Leek,      Staffordshire,      Kn«. 
Came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigtiam 
Young  Co.     Seventy ;  Chorister. 


JEDEDIAH  WARDLE 

Son  of  George  Wardle  and  Fannie  Rusten. 
Born  May  4,  1857,  at  Provo,  Utah.  High 
Priest ;  Missionary  to  England.  Farmer. 


JACOB   WEILER 

Born  March  14,  1808,  Chester  County, 
Pa.  Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brigham 
Young  Co.  Bishop  3rd  Ward,  Salt  Lake. 


JOSEPH  WEILER 

Son  of  Jacob  Weiler  and  Anna  Maria 
Malin.  Born  Nov.  17,  1836  in  Chester 
County,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 


PETER  W1NWAU1) 

Horn  Dec.  22,  1832,  Warrington,  Lan- 
cashire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847, 
Brigham  Young  Co.  High  Priest. 


WILLIAM  GREENWOOD 
Born  Aug.  7,  1822,  Burnley,  Eng.  Camo 
to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1847.  Member  first 
Bishopric  and  first  School  Teacher  in 
American  Fork,  Utah.  A  Pioneer  Sur- 
veyor In  Utah  County. 


GEORGE  ALBERT  SMITH,  JR. 
Son  of  George  Albert  Smith  and  Beth- 
sheba  W.  Bigler.  Born  July  7,  1843. 
Died  Nov.  2,  1860. 


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ORSON  F.  WHITNEY 

Son  of  Horace  K.  Whitney,  Pioneer,  July 
i24,  1847,  and  Helen  Mar  Kimball  (daugh- 
ter of  Heber  Chase  Kimball  and  Vilate 
Murray).  Born  July  1,  1855.  Apostle. 


GEORGE   WOODWARD 
Pioneer    July    24,    1847,    Brigham    Young 
Company. 


WILLIAM   WORDSWORTH 
Came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young    Company. 


JACOB  LINDSAY  WORKMAN 
'ame    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    BriRham 
'oung  Company.    Worked  on  the  Temples. 


JACOB   READER  WORKMAN 
Son  of  Jacob  Lindsay  Workman  and  Nan- 
cy Reader.      Born  AUK.   19,   1836,  Overtoil 
County,  Tenn.     Echo  Canyon  War  Vet'rn. 


LORENZO  DOW  YOUNG 
Born  Oct.  9,  1807,  Hillsboro,  N.  H.     Came 
to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brigham  Young  Co. 
Bishop  18th  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


LORENZO    SABISKY   YOUNG 
on   of   Lorenzo    Dow    Young    and    Persis 
joodall.     Born  March  9,  1841,  Winchester, 
11.     High  Priest.     Farmer. 


PHINEAS  H.  YOUNG 

Born  Feb.  16,  1709,  at  Hopkinton,  Middle- 
sex Co.,  Mass.  Came  to  Utah  July  24, 
1847,  Brigham  Young  Company.  Bishop. 


GEORGE  SHEFFER  CLARK 
Born    Nov.    7,    1816,    in    Jefferson    County, 
Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brig- 
ham   Young   Co.     Member   Mormon   Batt. 


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WILLIAM  HOWARD  CLARK 
Son  of  George  ShefCer  Clark  and  Susannah 
Dalley.  Born  Fell.  9,  1864,  Pleasant  Grove, 
Utah.     Mayor  Pleasant  Grove.    Merchant. 


SOLOMON   N.   CONLEY 
to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    BriRham 


Came 

Young  Company. 


Hish   Priest. 


JOHN  H.  FULLMER 

Son  of  Alman  Fullmer,  who  came  to  Utah 
July  24,  1847,  Brictham  Youns  Company, 
and  Rachel  Fullmer.  Born  Aus.  30,  1847, 
Cottonwood,  Salt  Lake  Co.,  Utah. 


JOHN   LORIN   FULLMER 
Son  of  John  H.   Fullmer  and  Ellen  Lund- 
blail.     Born  Dec.  12,  1879. 


JOHN  HARVEY 

Born  Dec.  12.  1816,  Balli.ston,  Lanark- 
shire, Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  July  24, 
1847,  HrlKham  YounR  Co.  Hiprh  Priest. 


HUGH  WILLIAM  HARVEY 
Son  of  John  Harvey  and  Ann  Coope.    liorn 
Feb.   15,   1868,   Heb'er,   Utah.      Bishop  Cen- 
ter Ward. 


BENJAMIN    FKANKLIN   JOHNSON 
Born   July  i8,   1818.      Came  to  Utah   July 
24,    1847,   BriKham  Youn^  Company.      Pa- 
triarch.     Private      Secretary      to      Joseph 
Smith. 


BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN  JOHNSON,  JR. 
Son  of  Benjamin  Franklin  Johnson  and 
Melissa  LeBaron.  Born-  Dec.  29,  1842, 
Palmyra,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  ,vith 
father,  1848. 


BENJAMIN   WILLIAM   JOHNSON 
Son    of    Benjamin    Franklin    Johnson,    Jr.. 
and  Mary   ICliza  Williams.     Born  Sept.  1!'. 
1880,  Spring  Lake,  Utah.     Elder.    Farmer. 


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CHARLES  A.  JOHNSON 
Son    of    Benjamin    Franklin    Johnson,    Jr., 
and  Mary  Eliza  Williams.     Born  July  22, 
1882,  Mona,  Utah.  Ward  Teacher.  Farmer. 


JOHN  MOSS  LEWIS 

Born  Feb.  16,  1829,  Simpson  County,  Ken- 
tucky. Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brig- 
ham  Young  Co.  High  Priest.  Farmer. 


CORNELIUS  P.  LOTT 

Came    to    Utah    July    24,    1847,    Brigham 
Young  Company. 


JOSHUA  TERRY 

Son  of  Parshall  and  Hannah  Terry.  Born 
Aug.  11,  1825,  Albion,  Ont,  Canada. 
Came  to  Utah  July  24,  1847. 


GEORGE  TERRY 

Son  of  Joshua  Terry  and  Ann  Greasewootl. 
Born  Feb.  1,  1853. 


WILLIAM    TERRY 

Son    of    Joshua    Terry     (adopted).      Born 
Feb.    18,    1856. 


JAMES  SEVAN 

Born  Oct.  19,  1821,  Herefordshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  July  28,  1847.  Member 
Mormon  Battalion. 


JOHN  A.   BEVAN 

Son  of  James  Bevan  and  Mary  Shields. 
Born  Feb.  4,  1851,  Council  Bluffs,  Iowa. 
High  Councilor. 


THOMAS  BINGHAM 

Son  of  Erastus  BinglAm  and  Lucinda 
Gates.  Born  July  19,  1824,  Grafton,  N.  H. 
Came  to  Utah  July  29,  1847. 


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THOMAS  BINGHAM 

Son  of  Thomas  Bingham  and  Karen  Hap- 
pueh  Hollailay.  Born  Aug.  12,  1850,  Og- 
den, Utah. 


FREDERICK  GFROERER  BINGHAM 

Son  of  Thomas  Bingliam  and  Margaret 
Louisa  Froerer.  Born  Nov.  4,  1882,  Moun- 
tain Dell,  Uinta  Co.,  Utah.  Bishop. 


JAMES  BROWN 

Born  Sept.  30,  1801,  Roan  County,  N.  C. 
Came  to  Utah  July  23,  1847,  Capt.  I'M.  i '. 
Mormon  Battalion.  Founder  of  Ogden. 


JAMES  M.  BROWN 

Son  of  James  Brown  and  Martha  Steph- 
ens. Born  Nov.  17,  1834,  Brown  County. 
111.  High  Councilor. 


JAMES  W.  BROWN 

Son  of  James  M.  Brown  and  Adelaide  Ex 
ervid.      Born  June   22,   1856. 


MORONI  F.  BROWN 

Son  of  James  M.  Brown  and  Adelaide  Ex- 
ervid.     Born  Sept.  23,  1857. 


FRANCES  A.    BROWN 

Son  of  James  M.  Brown  and  Adelaide  Ex- 
ervid.     Born  Feb.   26,   1862. 


DANIEL  BROWN 

Son  of  James  Brown  and  Martha  Stephens. 
Born  in  1832. 


CHARLES   DAVID   BROWN 
Son  of  James  Brown  and  Cecelia  Robella. 
Born  Jan.  23,  1856,  Ogden,  Utah. 


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MORONI  BROWN 
Son  of  James  Brown,  Ogden,  Utah. 


EARNEST  PORTER  BROWN 
Son  of  Moroni  Brown.  Ogden,  Utah. 


E.  W.  BROWN 
Son  of  Moroni  Brown,  Ogclen,  Utah. 


HENRY    ALOXZO    BROWN 
Son  of  Joseph  Smith  Brown,  who  came  to 
rtah    July    29,     1847,    Mormon    Battalion, 
and  Sarah  W.  Patten.     Born  June  30,  1880, 
Oxtoru,  Idaho.     Mis?sionary  1908-10. 


JAMES  POLLY  BROWN 
Born   April    22,    1803,    Shelby  County,    Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  July  29,  1847,  Nelson  Hig- 
gins  Co.     Member  Mormon  Battalion. 


WILLIAM  H.   CARPENTER 
Born  July  22,  1820,  Glenville,  Sehenectady 
Co.,   N.  Y.     Came  to   Utah  July  29,  1847, 
James   Brown  Company.     High   Priest. 


JOSEPH  W.  CARPENTER 

Sun  <,f  William  H.  Carpenter  and  Cynthia 

.    Weatherbee.       Born    March     17,    1852, 

Ualland's  Grove,   Iowa.      Justice  of  Peace 

and  Postmaster,  Bloomington,   Utah. 


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HADEN  WELLS  CHURCH 
Born  Aug.  29,  1817,  Franklin.  Williamson 
Co.,  Tenn.      Came  to   Utah   July   24,   1817, 
Brigham  Young  Co.  Member  Mormon  Batt. 


HADEN   WELLS   CHURCH,   JR. 
Son    of    Haden    Wells    Church    and    Sarah 
Ann  Arterbury.      Born  Sept.   8,    1848,   Salt 
Lake  City. 


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HADEN   WELLS   CHURCH,   III. 
Son  of  Haden  Wells  Church,  Jr.,  and  Clara 
Jane    Hanilall.      Born    Jan.    29,    1880,    St. 
George,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  H.  CLARK 

Son  of  Samuel  G.  Clark,  who  came  to 
Utah  July  29,  1847,  Co.  E,  Mormon  Battal- 
ion, and  Roxine  Frizzell.  Born  Jan.  10, 
1838,  in  Adams  County,  111. 


JOHN  COX 

Born  in  England.  Came  to  Utah  July  29, 
1847,  Mormon  Battalion.  High  Priest; 
Teacher.  Early  Settler  at  Oxford,  Idaho. 


DAVID  GARNER 

Born  Jan.  30,  1818,  Lexicon,  North  Caro- 
lina. Came  to  Utah  July  28,  1817. 
Mormon  Battalion.  One  of  seven  Presi- 
dents 78th  Quorum  Seventies. 


WILLIAM    FRANKLIN  GARNER 
Son    of    David   Garner  and    Dolly    Durfee. 
Born   Dec.   12,   1848,   Council   Bluffs,   Iowa. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1851.     Bishop. 


JAMES  HARVEY  GLINES 
Born  April  17,   1822,  Franklin,  Merriniiick 
Co.,   N.   H.     Came  to  Utah  July  28,    1S47. 
Co.  A,  Mormon  Battalion.     Bishop. 


CHARLES  HARVEY   GLINES 
Son    of   James   Harvey   Glines   and    Eliza- 
beth Ann  Mayer.     Born  May  18,  1854,  Ce- 
dar Fort,  Utah.     High  Priest. 


EPHRAIM   KNOWLTON  HANKS 
Born  March   21,   1826,   Madison,  Lake  Co., 
Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  July  29,   1847,  Mor- 
mon Battalion.     Patriarch. 


CHARLES    DECKER   HANKS 
Son    of    Ephraim     Knowlton    Hanks    an«l 
Harriet    Amelia    Decker     (Little).       Horn 
Dec.   22,   1860. 


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WILLIAM  ALBERT  CAPENER  HANKS 
Son  of  Ephraim  Knowlton  Hanks  and 
Jane  Maria  Capener.  Born  Feb.  17,  1859, 
Salt  Lake  City.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


WALTER  E.   HANKS 

Son  of  Ephraim  Knowlton  Hanks  and 
Thisbe  Q.  Reail.  Born  June  19,  1865,  Pro- 
vo,  Utah.  Bishop  of  Caineville  Ward. 


JOHN  W.  HESS 

Born  AUK.  24,  1824,  Franklin  County,  Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  July  28,  1847,  Mormon  Bat- 
talion. President  Davis  Stake. 


JOSEPH  WELLS  HESS 
Son  of  John  W.  Hess  and  Emeline  Bigler. 
Born    Oct.    11,    1859,    Farmington,    Utah. 
Member  Stake   Presidency  Y.   M.  M.   I.  A. 


JAMES    H.    HESS 

Son  of  John  W.  Hess  and  Mary  Ann  Steed. 
Born  March  6,  1858,  Farmington,  Utah. 
Bishop  Fielding  Ward. 


ARZA   ERASTUS   H1NCKLKY 
Son  of  Nathaniel  Hinckley.    Born  AUK.  15, 
182fi,   Leeds  Co.,   Canada.      Came  to   Utah 
July   27,    1847.      Member  of   Mormon    Bat- 
talion.    Probate  Judge.  High   Councilor. 


DIMICK  B.    HUNTINGTON 
Born    May    26;,    1808,    Watertown,    N.    Y. 
Came  to  Utah  July  28,  1847,  Mormon  Bat- 
talion.     High    Priest.      Missionary    among 
Indians.     Interpreter. 


JESSE  WALKER  JOHNSTUN 
Born    Jan.    21,    1820,    in    Ohio.      Came    to 
Utah    July    28,    1847,    Mormon    Battalion. 
Presiding  Elder  Snyderville,   Utah.     Lum- 
berman. 


ALMA   JAMES  JOHNSTUN 
Son  of  Jesse  Walker  Johnstun  and    Eliza- 
beth Ann  Snyder.     Born  July  23,  1853,  Big 
Cottonwood,  Utah.  Settled  at  Vernal,  1878. 
High  Priest.   County  Commissioner. 


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THOMAS   KARREN 

Born  1810  on  Isle  of  Man.  Came  to  Utah 
July  28,  1847,  Mormon  Battalion  Company. 
Missionary  to  Sandwich  Islands. 


HYRUM  KARREN 

Son  of  Thomas  Karren,  Sr.,  and  Ann  Rat- 
cliff.  Born  July  9,  1844,  Nauvoo,  111. 
Hauled  rock  for  Salt  Lake  Temple. 


THOMAS  S.   KARREN 

Son  of  Hyrum  Karren  and  Martha  I/um- 
ley.  Born  Aug.  12,  1870,  at  Richmond. 
Utah.  Missionary.  High  Councilor. 


AMASA  KENNEY 

Son  of  Loren  E.  Kenney  and  Mary  Tucker. 
Born  April  9,  1857. 


AMASA  KENNEY,  JR. 
Son    of  Amasa   Kenney   and   Canny   Full- 
gren.     Born  March  9,  1877. 


SAMUEL  MERRILL 

Born  Sept..  28,  1780,  Sansbury,  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  July  29,  1847,  James  Broun  CD. 
Patriarch.  Member  of  Mormon  Battalion. 


PHELEMON  C.  MERRILL 
Son  of  Samuel   Merrill  and   Phoebe  Odell. 
Born   Xov.   12,   1820,   Byron,   N.   Y.     Came 
to  Utah  with  Mormon  Battalion.  Patriarch 


JEDEDIAH   GRANT   MERRILL 
Born  Dec.  14,  1857,  Farmington,  Utah. 


HARLEY  MOWREY.      (MOREY)     > 
Born  Aug.  9,  1822,  Burrillville,  near  Provi- 
dence, R.  I.     Came  to  Utah  July  27,  1847. 
Member  Mormon  Battalion. 


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BPHRAIM    JOHN    PEARSON 
Born  Oct.  28,  1825,  Brookfiekl,  N.  Y.    Came 
to   I'tah   July  29,   1847,   with  Co.    B,    Mor- 
mon Battalion.     Farmer. 


BENJAMIN    PKARSON 
Son  of  Ephraim  John  Pearson  ami  Nancy 
Ann  Foutz.     Born  Nov.   29,   1857. 


WILLIAM   BENJAMIN   PEARSON 
Son  of  Benjamin  Pearson  and  Sarah   Kllis 
Hawley.       Born    May    30,    1882,    Pleasant 
Grove,   Utah.     Auditor  and  Accountant. 


RULIAN  VANCE    PEARSON 
Sun     of    Benjamin     Pearson     and     Sarah 
Ullis  Hawley.     Born  July  12,  1886,  Pleas- 
ant Grove,   Utah. 


ALMA  MATTISON   PECK 
Son  of  Thorit  Peck,  who  came  to  Utah  with 
Co.     C,     Mormon     Battalion,     and     Sarah 
Younir.      Born   Sept.   30,    1852,   at   Pleasant 
Grove,   Utah.      Mechanic. 


DAVID  PETTEGREW 
Born   July    29,    1791,    at   Chesterfield,   Vt. 
Came    to    Utah    in    1847,    Co.    E,    Mormon 
Batt.     Bishop  10th  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM   HELAMAN   PETTEGREW 
Son     of    David     Petteprrew    and     Caroline 
Cope.     Born  March  5,   1860,  at  Salt  Lake 
City.      Supt.   Y.   M.    M.    I.   A.,   Juab   Stake. 


WILLIAM' COOK  PROWS.     (PROUSE) 
Born  June  11,  1827,  in  Indiana.     Came  to 
Utah  July   29,    1847,   Co.   B,   Mormon   Bat- 
talion.    High  Priest. 


WILLIAM    ALMA    RICHARDSON 
Father    of    William    Alma    Richardson    of 
(Slaterville)    Ogden,   Utah. 


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WILLIAM   ALMA   UICHAHDSON,  JR. 
Son  of  William  Alma  Kichardson. 


THOMAS  RICHARDSON 
Born    Feb.     18,     1804,     Manchester,     Ens 
Came  to  Utah  July  29,  1847,  James  Brown 
Company.     High  Priest. 


THOMAS  RICHARDSON 
Son  of  Thomas  Richardson  and  Mary   M. 
Mallalu.      Born    April    9,    1844,    Montrose, 
Iowa.     Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


THOMAS    IVES    RICHARDSON 
Son    of    Thomas    Richardson    and    Merab 
Stone.       Born    Nov.    30,    1865,    Slaterville, 
Utah.     Seventy. 


WILLIAM   WALKER   RUST 
Born   AUK.    14,    1807,   Danville,  ~Vt.     Came 
to  Utah   July   29,    1847,   James  Brown   Co. 
Member  Mormon  Bat.     Pres.  Seventies. 


GEORGE  SMITH  RUST 
Son    of    William    W.    Rust    and    Mary    T. 
Rand.      Born    Jan.    23,    1834,    Lowell,    Vt. 
Bishop  of  Loa  Ward,  Wayne  Co.,  Utah. 


GEORGE   B.    RUST 

Son  of  George  S.  Rust  and  Eliza  S.  Brown. 
Born  Oct.  31,  1856,  Spanish  Fork,  Utah. 
High  1'riest.  Sunday  School  Supt. 


JOHN   STEELE 

Born  March  21,  1821,  at  Holywood,  Ire- 
land. Came  to  Utah  July  29,  1847,  Mor- 
mon Battalion  Co.  Mayor.  Judge. 


MAHONRI    MORIANCUMER   STEELE 
Son  of  John  Steele  and  Catherine  Camp- 
bell.    Born  May  1,  1849,  at  Salt  Lake  City. 
Missionary.     Capt  in  Nauvoo  Legion. 


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MAHONRI  M.  STEELE,  JR. 
Son    of    Mahonri    M.     Steele    and     Emily 
Bunker.     Born  Feb.  2,  1870,  at  Toquervillo, 
Utah.  Garfleld  County  Clerk  and  Recorder. 


WILLIAM   WESLEY    WILLIS 
Son  of  William  Wesley  Willis.     Born  May 
14,    1846,     Nashville,     Lee    County,    Iowa. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    28,    1847,   John    Ne- 
beker  Company. 


ELIHU   M.    ALLEN 

Born  Oct.  5,  1835,  Dryden,  N.  Y.  Came  to 
Utah  AUK.  8,  1847,  John  Scott  Company. 
Farmer  and  Elder. 


GEORGE   DAVID   BLACK 
Born  Feb.   18,   1841,  Copiah  County,  Miss. 
Came  to  Utah  July  27,  1847.     High  Coun- 
cilor.    Lieutenant  Utah  Militia. 


CHARLES  JEFFERSON  BLACK 
Son    of    George    David    Black    and    Mary 
Hunt.      Born   Nov.   24,   1866,  Ogden,   Utah. 
Bishop  Le  Grande  Ward,  Oregon. 


ELAM  CHENEY 

Came  to  Utah  July  29,  1847.  His  wife 
was  Hannah  Compton,  married  in  Nau- 
voo.  Daughter  married  Jas.  Anderson,  Sr. 


WILLIAM  DECATUR  KAHTCHNER 
Born  May  4,  1820,  Hartsford,  Penn.    Came 
to  Utah    in    1847,    Emmett    Company    and 
Mormon  Batt.     Sunday  School  Supt. 


MARK-  ELISHA  KARTCHNER 
Son    of    William    Decatur    Kartchner    and 
Margaret    .lane    Casteel.       Born    Dec.    10, 
1853,  San  Bernardino,  Cal. 


ZEMIRA  PALMER 

Born  Aug.  9,  1831.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  2'J, 
1847,  Mormon  Battalion.  Teacher.  Indian 
War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


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JOHN  WESLEY  TURNER 
Son  of  Henry  Turner.     Born  Nov.  21    1832 
Avon,  N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  in  July,  1847. 
Lives  at  Provo,  Utah.     Merchant. 


ERASTUS  BINGHAM 

Born  March  12,  1798,  Concord,  Essex  Co., 
Vt.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  19,  1847,  Daniel 
Spencer  Company. 


SANFORD  BINGHAM 

Son  of  Erastus  Binprham  and  Lueinda 
Gates.  Born  May  3,  1821,  Concord,  Essex 
Co.,  Vt.  Bishop  Hiverdale  Ward 


ADAM  ARAXTHON  BINGHAM 
.Son  of  Sanford  Binnham  and  Agnes  Fife 
Born     Nov.     14,     1865,     Riverdale,     Utah. 
Bishop  Riverdale  Ward 


EKASTUS  BINGHAM,  JR. 
Son    of    Krastus    Bin^ham    an:l     Lucimla 
Gates.      Born    Sept.    30,    1822,    St.    Johns- 
bury,  Vt.     Member  Co.  B,  Mormon  Batt. 


ERASTUS  PERRY  BINGHAM 
Son    of    Erastus    Binfjham,    Jr.,    and    Olive 
Hovey  Freeman.     Born  March  20,  1846.  I.a 
llarpe,  Hancock  Co.,  111.     Pres.  Sevcmirs. 


I'KHRY  ALANSON  BINGHAM 
Son  of  Erastus   Perry  Bintfham  and  Eme- 
line  Chastina  Allen.      Born   April   8,    1871 
Huntsville,  Utah.     Sunday  School  Supt 


WILLAR1)  B1XGHAM 

Son    of     Krastus    Bingham    and     Lucinda 
Gates.     Born  Feb.   19,   1830. 


PARLEY  PRATT  BINGHAM 
Son  of  Willard  BinKham  and  Janet  i : 
Born  Dec.  30,  1859,  Ogden,  Utah. 


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BRIGHAM  HEBKR  BINGHAM 
Son    of    Erastus    Binsham    ant]     Lucinda 
Gates.       Born  Dec.  15,  1841.     Bishop  Wil- 
son Ward.     Director  Wilson  Irrigation  Co. 


BRIGHAM  HEBER  BINGHAM,  JR. 

Son  of  Kri^ham  Heber  Bin^ham  and  An- 
Keline  Therisia  Aldous.  Born  Dec.  15, 
1862,  Lynne,  Utah.  Pres.  54th  Quorum 
Seventies. 


HEBER   RAYMOND    BINGHAM 
Son  of  BriRham  Heber  BinKliam,  Jr.,  and 
Catherine  Rozilla  Wilson.      Born  Nov.   20. 
1884. 


EDWIN  ALDOUS  BINGHAM 
<nn  of  Brigham  Heber  Binsham  and  An- 
:i-line  Therisia  AldouK.  Born  AUK.  31, 
864.  Bishop  Wilson  Ward. 


JOHN    BINGHAM 
ORilen,  Utah,  and  Blackfoot,  Idaho. 


THOMAS  CALLISTER 

Born  July  8,  1821,  Isle  of  Man,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1847,  Daniel  Spen- 
cer Company.  President  Millard  stake. 


THOMAS  C.  CALLISTER 
»n  of  Thomas  Callister  and  Helen  Marr 
lark.     Born  AUK.  2,  1852,  Salt  Lake  City, 
ishop.     Mayor  of  Fillmore. 


JAMEK   CHISLETT 

Born  July  3,  1834,  TrowbridKe,  Wiltshire. 
Ens.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1847.  Mayor 
of  American  Fork.  Merchant. 


BENJAMIN  F.  CUMMINGS 
Born  March   3,   1821,   in  Maine.      Came  to 
Utah   in   September,    1847,    Daniel    Spencer 
Company.     Died  Oct.  22,  1899. 


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JAMES  DEVALSON  CUMMINGS 
Son  of  Benjamin  P.  CumminKs  and  Mary 
Jane   Yearsley.      First   Bishop  of  Wilfonl 
Ward. 


HORACE  DRAKE 

Son  of  Daniel  Drake,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  19,  1847,  Daniel  Spencer  Company, 
and  Patience  Perkins.  Born  April  19, 
1826,  Hartford,  Trumbull  Co.,  Ohio. 


LORIN   FARR 

Son  of  Winslou  Farr  and  Olive  Ilnvey 
Freeman.  Born  July  27,  1820,  Waterfnrd, 
Vt.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  19,  1847,  Daniel 
Spencer  Company.  Pres.  Weber  Stake. 


ENOCH    FARR 

Son  of  Lorin  Farr  and  Nancy  Bailey 
Chase.  Born  Dec.  28,  1845,  Nauvoo,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1847.  High  Priest. 


EZRA  FARR 

Son    of    Lorin    Farr    and     Nancy    Bailey 
Chase.     Born  Feb.   21,   1854,  Osden,  Utah. 


NEWTON    FARR 

Son  of  Lorin  Farr  and  Nancy  Hailr> 
Chase.  Born  May  31,  1856,  OKden,  Utah. 
Seventy. 


JOSEPH   FARR 

Son  of  Lorin  Farr  and  Sarah  Giles.     Born 
AUK.   7,   1862,  Ogden,  Utah.     Seventy. 


MARCUS  FARR 

Son  of  Lorin  Farr  and  Sarah  Giles.  Born 
April  2,  1856,  O^den,  Utah.  Member  OB- 
den  Stake  High  Council. 


MARCUS  BALLANTYNE  FARR 
Son  of  Marcus  Farr  and  Caroline  J< 
sephine  Ballantyne.  Born  April  11,  188i 
Ogden,  Utah. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1847 


LAERTUS   FARR 

Son  of  Lorin   Farr  and   Olive   Ann   Jones. 
Born  Jan.   23,    1853. 


VALASCO  FARR 

Son  of  Lorin  Farr  and  Olive  Ann  Jones. 
Born  AUK.  29,  1855,  Ogden,  Utah.  Farmer 
and  Fruitgrower. 


DAVID  FARR 

Son  of  Lorin  Farr  and  Olive  Ann  Jones. 
Born  April  5,  1864,  Ogden,  Utah.  Mer- 
chant. 


ASAHEL  FARR 
Son  of  Lorin  Farr  and  Olive  Ann  Jones. 
Horn  Oct.  17,  1866,  Ogden,  Utah.  Bishop's 
Counselor. 


ISAAC   FARWELL   FARR 
Son    of    Lorin    Farr    and    Mary    Bingham 
Snow.      Born  May   23,   1860,  Ogden,   Utah. 
Manager  Ogden  Flour  Mill. 


LORENZO   ERICKSON  FARR 
Son  of  Lorin  Farr  and  Nicholine  Erickson. 
Born  Oct.  25,  1858.     Mining. 


JOHN   FARR 

•ion  of  Lorin  Farr  and  Nicholine  Erick- 
<on.  Born  Jan.  4,  1863,  Ogden,  Utah, 
['resident  Seventies. 


WINSLOW    FARR,    JR. 
Son    of    Winslow    Farr    and    Olive    Hovey 
FYeeman.     Born  May  11,  1837,  E.  Charles- 
ton, Orleans  Co.,  Vt.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 


LAFAYETTE  THOMAS  FARR 
Son  of  Winslow  Farr,  Jr.,  and  Emily  Jane 
Covington.     Born  Feb.   14,  1864,  Paradise, 
Utah. 


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ELIJAH  NORMAN  FREEMAN 
Born    May    20,    1845,    La   Harpe,    Hancock 
Co.,    111.      Came    to    Utah    Sept.    19,    1847, 
Daniel    Spencer  Company. 


CALEB  HAIGHT 

Born  AUK.   22,   1778.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
22,  1847,  Daniel  Spencer  Company. 


HECTOR  CALEB  HAIGHT 
Son  of  Caleb    Haisht,   who  came  to   Utah 
Sept.  22,  1847,  and  Katurah  Horton.      Born 
.Ian.  17,  1810,  in  New  York.     Assessor. 


WILLIAM  VAN  ORUEN  HAIGHT 
Son  of  Hector  Caleb  Haisht  and  Julia  Van 
urden.       Born    Sept.    18,    1841,    Stevenson 
Co.,   111.     Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Vet'rn. 


SAMUEL  NEWTON  HENDERSON 
Born  April  18,  1838,  Crawford  County,  Mo. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1847,  Daniel  Spen- 
cer Co.    Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  HAINEY  HICKENLOOPER 
Born    Sept.    22,    1804,    Westmoreland    Co.,: 
Pa.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.   22,  1847,   Daniel 
Sjiencer  Co.     Bishop  6th  Ward,  Salt  [,:ikr. 


JOHN  T.   HICKENLOOPER 

Son  of  William  Haincy  Hickenlooper  and 
Sarah  Hawkins.  Born  July  7,  1836,  In 
Pennsylvania.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  22,  1847. 


CHARLES  ANDREW  HICKENLOOPER 
Son  of  William  H.  Hickenlooper  and  Ann 
Ham.  Born  Jan.  23,  1862,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Bishop  Pleasant  View  Ward. 


WILLIAM   ALMA    HICKKNLOOPEK 
Son  of  Charles  Andrew  Hickenlooper  ami 
Meilora    Blanchard.       Born    Dec.    4,    1884. 
Pleasant    View.    Utah.      Dealer    in    lands. 


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GEORGE  W.   HILL 
Born  March  5,  1822,  Amesville,  Athens  Co., 
ihio.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  18,  1847.     Pa- 
triarch ;    High    Priest. 


GEORGE  R.  HILL 

Son  of  George  W.  Hill  and  Cynthia  Stew- 
art. Born  Aug.  22,  1846,  Mt.  Pi.sgah, 
Iowa.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  10,  1847.  Bishop. 


CHARLES  W.  HILL 

Son  of  George  W.  Hill  and  Cynthia  Stew- 
art. Born  May  30,  1861,  at  Ogden,  Utah. 
High  Priest;  Member  High  Council. 


JOHN    GREENLEAF   HOLMAN 
iorn  Oct.  18,  1828,  Genessee  County,  N.  Y. 
'ame  to  Utah  Sept.  19,  1847,  Daniel  Spen- 
er  Company.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


ARTEMUS  HOLMAN 

Son  of  John  Greenleaf  Holman  and  Nancy 
Clark.  Born  Sept.  25,  1852,  Pleasant 
Grove,  Utah.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JAMES  S.  HOLMAN 

Born  Sept.  17,  1805,  Templeton,  Mass. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1847,  Franklin  1).  Rich- 
ards Company.  Bishop  of  Santaquin,  Utah. 


JAMES  A.   HOLMAN 
on  of  James   S.  Holman  and  Naomi  Le- 
;aron.     Born  in   1836.     Came  to  tltah    in 
*48.     High  Priest.     Contractor.     Farmer. 
R 


ISAAC  LESTER  HOLMAN 
Son   of  James    S.    Holman   and    Naomi    R. 
LeBaron.      Born    Dec.    21,    1859,    Fountain 
Green,   Utah.      Seventy ;   Ward   Teacher. 


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WILLIAM  CRAWFORD  LEWIS 
Born    Nov.    24,    1830,    Simpson    Co.,    Ken- 
tucky.      Came    to    Utah    Sept.    19,     1847, 
Daniel  Spencer  Co.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


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EZRA  OAKLEY 

Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1847,  John  Taylor 
Company.     Seventy.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  GEORGE  POTTER 
Son  of  William  George  Potter  and   Sarah 
Ann  Whitney.      Born   about  1839   in  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1847,  Daniel  Spencer  Co. 


ISAAC  ROGERS,  JR. 

Born  Sept.  5,  1845,  Middletown,  N.  J.  Came 
to  Utah  in  September,  1847,  Daniel  Spen- 
cer Co.  First  settler  at  Payson.  Farmer. 


HALMA    SMITH 

Son  of  James  Henry  Smith  and  Hannah 
Van  Wagoner.  Born  March  31,  1834. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1847.  Teacher. 


JOSEPH  VAN  SMITH 

Son  of  James  Henry  Smith,  who  came  to 
Utah  Sept.  12,  1847,  and  Hannah  Van 
WaKoner.  Born  Dec.  11,  1847.  Farmer. 


MORRIS  JACKSON  SXEDAKER 
Born  Dec.  16,  1818,  Lansing,  N.  Y.     Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  21,  1847,  Capt.  Spencer  Co. 
Salt  Manufacturer.  Merchant.  Mining  Man. 


DANIEL  SI'KNCEH 

Horn  July  20,  1794,  Weat  StockbridRe, 
Mass.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  19.  1847.  In 
chaw  of  company  known  as  Daniel  Spen- 
cer Co.  President  Salt  Lake  Stake. 


CLAUDIUS  V.  SPENCER 
Son  of  Daniel  Spencer  and  Sophronia  Eliza 
1'omeroy.      Born    April    2,    1824,    at    West 
Stockbridge,   Mass.     Came  to  Utah   Sept. 
23,    1847,   Daniel   Spencer  Co.     Patriarch. 


DANIEL  S.  SPENCER 
Son  of  Claudius  V.  Spencer  and  Susannah 
Frances  Neslen.     Born  June  12,  1857,  Salt 
Lake  City.     Actor.     Life  Insurance. 


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HEZEKIAH   THATCHER 
Born    AUK.     25,     1809,    Martinsburg,     Va. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1847,  Daniel  Spen- 
cer Co.      Indian  War  Vet.    Philanthropist. 


ORSON  PRATT  THATCHER 
Son    of    Hezekiah    Thatcher    and    Jane   A. 
Baugh.     Born  AUK.  19,  1876,  Logan,  Utah. 
Missionary  to  N.  W.  States.     Seventy. 


NATHAN  DAVIS  THATCHER 
Son  of  John  B.  Thatcher  and  Rachel  Han- 
nah Davis.     Born  Oct.  3,  1867.     Merchant. 
Bishop   Thatcher  Ward,   Idaho. 


MOSES  THATCHER 
Son  of  Hezekiah  Thatcher  and  Alley 
Kitchen.  Born  Feb.  2,  1842,  Sansamon 
'ounty,  111.  Member  Quorum  Twelve 
Apostles  of  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Lat- 
ter-day Saints. 


'MOSES  THATCHER,  JR. 
Son  of  Moses  Thatcher  and  Lettie  A.  Farr. 
Born  May  18,   1869,   Logan,   Utah.      Elder. 
Manager  Thatcher  Livery  &  Transfer  Co. 
City  Councilman. 


GEORGE  W.  THATCHER 
Son     of    Hezekiah     Thatcher    and     Alley 
Kitchen.      Born    Feb.    1,    1840,    Springfield, 
III.      High      Priest.      President      Brigham 
Young  College  Board.    Mayor. 


GEORGE  W.  THATCHER,  JR. 
Son  of  George  W.  Thatcher  anil  Luna  C. 
'"ung.     Born  Aug.  9,  1865,  Salt  Lake  City. 
•Ugh  Priest.     Professor  at  Utah  Agricu'l- 
ural  College. 


JOHN   YOUNG 

Born  May  22,  1791,  Hopkinton,  Mass. 
Came  to  Utah  In  September,  1847,  in  com- 
mand of  four  companies.  Farmer. 


JOHN  McCLEVE  YOUNG 
Son   of   John    Young  and    Sarah    McCleve. 
Horn  Aug.   7,   1856,   Salt  Lake  City.     Mis- 
sionary to  England  and  Australia. 


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ALANSON   ELDREDGE 
Born    Nov.     16,     1780,    in    New    England. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  19,  1847,  Daniel  Spen- 
cer Company.     Farmer. 


IRA   ELDREDGE 

Son  of  Alanson  Eldredge  and  Esther  Sun- 
derlin.  Born  March  30,  1810,  Middleton, 
Vt.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  19,  1847.  Bishop. 


EDMOND    ELDREDGE 
Son    of    Ira    Eldredge    and    Nancy    Black. 
Born*  May  1,   1835,  Warren,  Indiana.      In- 
dian War  Veteran. 


HORACE  SUNDERLIN   ELDREDGE 
Son  of  Alanson  Eldredse  and  Esther  Sun- 
derlm.     Born  Feb.  6,  1816,  Brutus,  CayuKa 
Co.,  N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah   Sept.   15,   1848. 


JAMES  ALANSON   ELDREDGE 
Son    of    Horace    Sunclerlin    Eldredge    and 
Hannah  Adams.     Born  Feb.  15,  1857,  Salt 
Lake  City. 


JOHN  S.   ELDREDGE 

Son  of  Alanson  EldredKe  and  Esther  Sun- 
derlin.  Born  April  30,  1821,  Brutus,  Cuyii- 
sa  Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  21,  1847. 


HORACE  ELDREDGE 

Son  of  John  S.  EldredKe  and  Rhodlah  S. 
Collet!.  Horn  Feb.  5,  1865,  American 
Fork,  Utah.  Elder. 


LUMAN    DANIEL    ENSIGN 
Son   of  Lnman   Ashley    EnsiKn,   who  came 
to    Utah    in    1847.      Born   March    25,    1854, 
Salt  Lake  City. 


MARTIN   L.    ENSIGN 

Born  March  31,- 1831.  Westlield,  Hampden 
Co.,  Mass.  Came  to  Utah,  Sept.  22,  1847, 
Ira  EldredKe  Company.  High  Councilor. 


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AIJAMS  WESLEY  ENSIGN 
Son  of  Martin  L.  Ensign  and  Mary  Dunn. 
Born    Jan.    1,    1875,    Brigham   City,   Utah. 
Dental  Surgeon. 


SAMUEL    ENSIGN 

Born  May  24,  1805,  Westfiekl,  Mass.  Game- 
to  Utah  Sept.  22,  1847,  Ira  Eldredge  Com- 
pany. High  Priest. 


SAMUEL  LOZENE  ENSIGN 
Son  of  Samuel   Ensign  and   Mary  Everett 
Gordon.      Born    Jan.    24,    1836,    Westfielrl, 
Mass.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1847. 


ROBERT  GREEN 

Born  in  August,  1806,  in  New  Hampshire. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  19,  1847,  Ira  Eldredge 
Company. 


ALVIN  GREEN 

Son  of  Robert  Green  and  Fanny  Greely. 
Born  May  27,  1829.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
19,  1847,  Ira  Eldredge  Co.  High  Priest. 


AUSTIN  GREELY  GREEN 
Son   of   Robert   Green   and    Fanny   Greely. 
Born  -March  26,   1834,  in  the  State  of  New 
York.      Farmer. 


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SYLVESTER   JAMES 
!orn  March  1,  1835.     Came  to  Utah  Sep- 
ember,     1847,     Ira     Eldredge     Company. 
'  armer. 


NYMPHUS   CORIDON   MURDOCK 
Born    May    12,    1833,    Hamilton,    Madison 
Co.,  N.   Y!      Came  to  Utah  Sept.   22,   1847, 
Ira  Eldredjje  Company.  Patriarch.  Bishop. 


JOSEPH  ROYAL  MURUOCK 
Son    of    Nymphus    Coridon    Murdock    and 
Sarah    Malissa    Barney.       Born    Aug.    11, 
1858,    Salt    Lake    City,    Utah.       President 
Wasatch  Stake. 


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PARLEY   PARKER   PRATT 
Born    April    12,    1807,    Burlington,    N.    Y. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  28,  1847,  starting  with 
John  Taylor  Co.,  finishing  with  Perrigrine 
Sessions  Company. 


MORONI   WALKER   PRATT 
Son    of    Parley    Parker    Pratt    and    Ann 
Agatha  Walker.     Born  Oct.  10,  1853,  Salt 
Lake  City.     Bishop  Fairview  Ward.     Poet. 


DAVID  SAVAGE 

Born  July  25,  1810,  Johnstown,  Leeds 
Co.,  Canada.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24, 
1847.  Freighter. 


DAVID  SESSIONS 

Born  in  1793,  Newry,  Oxford  Co.,  Maine. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24,  1847,  Perrigrine 
Sessions  Co.  Elder.  Successful  Farmer. 


PERRIGRINE  SESSIONS. 
Son    of    David    Sessions,    Sr.,    and     Patty 
Bartlett.     Born     June     15,     1814,     Newry, 
Maine.     Brought  a  company  to  Utah  Sept. 
24,   1847. 


CARLOS  LYON  SESSIONS 
Son  of  Perrigrine  Sessions  and  Julia  Ann 
Killgore.     Born  July  16,  1842,  Naiivuo.  111. 
Came    a  Utah  with  father.   Sheriff  Davis  Co. 


KEPLAH  SESSIONS 

Son  of  Perrigrine  Sessions  and  Lucina 
Call.  Born  Dec.  3.  1856,  Bountiful.  Mis- 
sionary to  North  Carolina  1891-94. 


ELIJAH    FUNK   SHEETS 
Born    March    22,    1821,    Charleston.    Pa. 
Came   to   Utah    Sept.    22,    1847,    Perrigrine 
Sessions   Co.    Bishop.   Assessor,    Collector. 


NEPHI  MUSSER  SHEETS 
Son  of  Elijah  Funk  Sheets  and  Susanna) 
Musser.      Born   Aug.    24,    1850,    Salt   Laki 
City.      Prominent  Agriculturist. 


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EUWIN  S.   SHEETS 

Son  of  Elijah  F.  Sheets  and  Emma  Spen- 
cer. Born  Jan.  23,  1875,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Missionary.  Bishop.  Attorney  at  Law. 


SILAS  SANFORD  SMITH 
Born   Oct.    26,    1830,    Stockholm,    St.    Law- 
rence Co.,  N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24. 
1847,  Perrigrine  Sessions  Company. 


SILAS  SANFORD  SMITH,  JR. 
Son  of  Silas  Sanford   Smith  and  Clarinda 
Ricks.       Born    July     10,     1853,     Parowan, 
Utah.     Missionary  to  Southern  States. 


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JOHN  WILLIAM  SMITH 
u  of  Silas  Sanford  Smith,  Jr.,  and  Betsy 
lliamson.      Born  July   26,   1886,   at  Ma- 
isa,  Colorado.    Pres.  Elders'  Quorum. 


•      FRANCIS  L.  WOODS 
Son  of  Francis  Charles  Woods  and  Evelyn 
Pratt     (daughter    Parley    P.     Pratt,     who 
came  to  Utah  1847,  and  Agatha  Walker). 
Born  Aug.    7,    1874,    Salt   Lake  City. 


JEHU   BLACKBURN,  JR. 
Son  of  Jehu  Blackburn,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.    26,    1847,    Capt.    Nebeker    Company, 
and  Julia  Ann  Jameson.     Born  March  26, 
1848,   Salt  Lake  City.   Indian  War  Vet'rn. 


STEPHEN  CHIPMAN 
Born  Aug.  8,  1805,  Leeds  County,  Canada. 
3ame  to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1847,  Abraham  O. 
3moot  Co.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


WASHBURN  CHIPMAN 
Son    of    Stephen    Chipman    and    Amanda 
Washburn.      Born    April    16,    1829,    Leeds 
County,  Canada.     Capt.  in  Nauvoo  Legion. 


JAMES   CHIPMAN 
Son    of    Stephen    Chipman    and 
Washburn.       Mayor    of 
Merchant  and  Banker. 


Amanda 
American    Fork. 


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WILLIAM  HENRY  CHIPMAN 
Born    in    1834.      Came    to   Utah    Sept.    23, 
1847,  A.  O.  Smoot  Company. 


JOHN  H.  DEWEY 

Born  Feb.  7,  1832,  Little  River,  Mass. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1847,  A.  O.  Smoot 
Company.  Freighter ;  Carpenter  ;  Miner. 


JOSEPH  C.  KINGSBURY 
Born   May   2,   1812,    Enfield,   Conn.      Came 
to  Utah,  "Sept.    29,  1847,  A.   O.   Smoot   Co, 
Bishop  Second  Ward  Salt  Lakfi.  Patriarch 


ALFRED    B.   LAMBSON 
Born   Aug.    27,    1820,   Niagara   County,    N. 
Y.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  25,  18-17,  Elijah  E. 
Fuller  Company. 


GEORGE  B.  MATSON 

Born  Oct.  26,  1827,  Centerville,  Del.  Came 
to  Utah  in  October,  1847,  A.  O.  Smoot 
Co.  City  Councilman  at  Springville,  Utah. 


GEORGE  BRINTON  MATSON 
Son  of  George  B.  Matson  and  Mary  .lane 
Guymon.      Born   Feb.    1,   1855,   Springville, 
I 'tali.      Merchant. 


WILLIAM  MATSON 

Son  of  George  Brinton  Matson  and  Jane 
Elizabeth  Waters.  Born  Aug.  11,  1880, 
Springville,  Utah.  Machinist. 


JOHN  NEBEKER 

Born  Aug.  1,  1813,  at  Newport,  New- 
castle Co.,  Del.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24, 
1847,  A.  O.  Smoot  Company. 


WILLIAM  PEHUY  NEBEKER 
Son   of  John    Nebeker  and   Laurena  Fitz- 
gerald.    Born  Sept.   5,   1836,  Kelly,   Kutlei 
Co.,  Ohio.     Member  Terr,   legislature. 


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IRA  NEBEKER 

Son  of  John  Nebeker  and  Laurena  Fitz- 
gerald. Born  June  23,  183!»,  Vermilion, 
111.  Bishop  of  Laketown. 


FRANK  K.  NEBEKER 
Son  of  Ira  Nebeker  and  Delia  Lane.     Born 
May   15,   1870,   Laketown,   Utah.      Instruc- 
tor of  Mathematics  at  B.  Y.  C.  of  Logan. 


A.   O.   SMOOT 

Born  Feb.  17,  1815,  in  Owen  Co.,  Ky.  Came 
to  Utali  Sept.  24,  1847.  In  charge  of  the 
A.  O.  Smoot  Company.  Mayor  Salt  Lake. 


A.   O.  SMOOT,  JR. 

Son  of  A.  O.  Smoot  and  Diana  Eldredge. 
Born  March  11,  1856,  Sugar  House,  Utah. 
State  Senator  ;  II.  S.  Commissioner. 


ISAAC  ALBERT  SMOOT 
Son  of  A.  O.  Smoot,   Jr.,  and   Electa  Bul- 
lock.     Born    Nov.    3,    1880,    Provo,    Utah. 
Elder.      Missionary   to   England. 


REED    SMOOT 

Son  of  Abraham  O.  Smoot  and  Anna  Ker- 
stina  Morrison.  Born,  Jan.  10,  1862. 
U.  S.  Senator  January  1903,  to  date. 


SAMUEL  JONES    ROLFE 
Born  Aug.  26,  1793,  Concord,  New  Hamp- 
shire.    Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24,  1847,  A.  O. 
Smoot  Co.    Bishop  at  Winter  Quarters. 


ROBERT-  FRANKLIN  TURNBOW 
Son    of    Samuel    Turnbow,    who    came    to 
Utah  Sept.  24,   1847,  A.  O.  Smoot  Co.,  and 
Sophia  Hart.     Born  Dec.  11,  1840. 


JOHN  VAN  COTT 

Born  Sept.  7,  1814,  Canaan,  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1847.  Missionary.  Mem- 
ber House  of  Representatives.  Farmer. 


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FRANK  VICTOR  VAN  COTT 
Son   of  John   Van   Cott  and    Laura   Lund. 
Born  Aug.  7,  1863,  Salt  Lake  City.     Ward 
Teacher  ;  Missionary  to  Samoan  Islands. 


WALDEMAR  VAN  COTT 
Son  of  John  Van   Cott  and  Laura  Lund. 
Born    Dec.     11,     1859,     Salt    Lake    City. 
Lawyer. 


THOMAS  WARRICK,  JR. 
Son  of  Thomas  Warrick  and  Eliza  Taylor. 
Born    Dec.     2,     1849,     South     Cottonwood, 
Utah.      High   Priest.      Farmer ;    Stockman. 


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JEREMIAH  WOODBURY 
Born    March    9,    1791,    in    Massachusetts. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1847,  A.  O.  Smoot  Com- 
pany.     Sunday   School   Superintendent. 


JOHN  STILLMAN  WOODBURY 
Son  of  .Jeremiah  Woodbury  and  Elizabeth 
Bartlett.     Born  Nov.  20,  1825,  New  Salem, 
Mass.     Came  to  Utah  with  father. 


JOHN  MURDOCK 

Born  July  15,  1792,  Kortright,  Delaware 
Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1847, 
Capt.  Wallace  Co.  First  Bishop  14th  Ward. 


GIDEON  A.  MURDOCK 
.Son    of   John    Murdock    and    Electa   Allen. 
Born   AUK.   1.   1840,   Lima,   111.      Bishop   of 
Joseph,  Sevier  Co.,  Utah. 


JOSEPH    STACY  MURDOCK 
Born  June  26.  1822,  Hamilton,  N.  Y.  Came 
to    Utah    in    September,    1847.      Bishop    in 
Wasatch  Stake  1861.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN  HEBER  MURDOCK 
Son   of  Joseph    Stacy  Murdock   and    Kliza 
Clark.      Born  April   28,   1854,   Old   Church 
Pasture,    near   Salt    Lake   City.      Farmer. 


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JOSEPH  THOMAS  MURDOCK 
Son   of  Joseph    Stacy   Murdock  and    Eliza 
Clark.      Born    Dec.    15,    1855,    near    Bing- 
ham,  Salt  Lake  Co.,  Utah.     Rancher. 


ROBERT    SMITHIES 

Son  of  James  Smithies,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  September,  1847,  Geo.  B.  Wallace  Co., 
and  Nancy  Knowles.  Born  Oct.  5,  1839, 
Lancashire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1847. 


GEORGE  B.  WALLACE 
Born  Feb.  16,  1817,  Epsom,  Merrimack  Co., 
N.  H.     Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1847, 
with   (his)  the  George  B.  Wallace  Co. 


JOHN  MILLS  WOOLLEY 
Born  Nov.  20,  1822  ;  came  to  Utah  Sept.  26, 
1847,   George  B.  Wallace  Company.    Bish- 
op's Counselor ;    Bishop.      Lumberman. 


ALBARONI    HARRAR  WOOLLEY 
Son  of  John  Mills  Woolley  and  Caroline  P. 
Harrar.     Born  April  2,  1862,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Bishop.  Mgr.  Grocery  Dept.,  Z.  C.  M.  I. 


THOMAS  H.  WOODBURY 
Born  July  4,  1822,  in  Massachusetts.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1847,  George  B.  Wallace 
Company.     Postmaster  at  Grafton,   Utah. 


THOMAS   H.   WOODBURY,    JR. 
Son  of  Thomas  H.   Woodbury  and   Kath- 
erine  R.  Haskell.     Born  June  3,  1852,  Salt 
Lake  City.     High  Priest. 


PLEASANT   SPRAGUE   BRADFORD 
Born   Feb.    2,    1843,    Hancock    County,    111. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1847,  Edward  Hun- 
ter Company.     Seventy. 


CHARLES  UNION  BRADFORD 
Son    of    Pleasant    Sprague    Bradford    and 
Jane  Jones.     Born  May  24,   1874,  Spanish 
Fork,  Utah.     Miller. 


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SYLVESTER  BKAI  >FORD 
Born    Nov.    17,    1839,    Switzerland   County, 
Ind.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.   1,  1847,  Edward 
Hunter  Company.      High   Priest. 


ROBERT  JOHN  BRADFORD 
Son  of  Sylvester  Bradford  and  Mary  Ann 
Jones.     Born  March  22,  1873. 


JACOB  FOUTZ 

Born  Nov.  20,  1800,  Franklin  County,  Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1847,  Edward  Hun- 
ter Company.  Bishop  South  Fort,  Utah. 


JACOB  FOUTZ,  JR. 

Son  of  Jacob  Foutz  and  MarKaret  Mann. 
Born  Aug.  24,  1844,  Nauvoo,  111.  Came  to 
Utah  with  father.  High  priest. 


DAVID   FULLMER 

Born  July  7,  1803,  Chilisquaque,  Northum- 
berland Co.,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  1847. 
Edward  Hunter  Company.  Patriarch. 


EUGENE  BKRTUAND  FULLMER 
Son    of    David    Fullmer    and    Rhoda    Ann 
Marvin.       Born    May    3,    1833,    Plymouth, 
Luzerne  Co.,  Pa.     High  Priest. 


BENJAMIN  FULLMER 
Son     of     Eugene     Bertrand     Fullmer    and 
Sarah    Jane  Mitchell.      Born  May   4,   1872, 
at   Salt  Lake  City.     Bishop  Alpine  Ward 
1907. 


CHARLES  FULLMER 
Father    of    the    wife    of    Alvin    Ockerman 
Blackfoot,    Idaho. 


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ROBERT  GARDNER 

Born  March  12,  1781,  Huston,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1847,  Edward  Hunter 
Company. 


ARCHIBALD   GARDNER 
Son  of  Robert  Gardner  and  Margaret  Cal- 
inder.      Born  Sept.   2,   1814,   Kilsyth,    Scot- 
land.    Bishop  West  Jordan  Ward.     Patri- 
arch. 


JAMES   HAMILTON   GARDNER 
Son  of  Archibald  Gardner  and  Sarah  Jane 
Hamilton.    Born  July  27,  1859,  Mill  Creek, 
•I'tah.      Bishop  Lehi   Ward.     County  Com- 
mtssloner. 


ANDREW    BRUCE    GARDNER 
Son  of  Archibald  Gardner  and  Mary  Lar- 
son.      Born    Feb.    5,    1874,    West    Jordan, 
Utah.     Seventy.     Constable. 


CLARENCE  GARDNER 
Son  of  Archibald  Gardner  and  Mary  Lar- 
son.     Born    Nov.    6,    1875,    West    Jordan, 
Utah.    Bishop's  Counselor.    Vice-President 
Afton  Commercial  Club. 


ISAAC   N.    GOODALE 
iorn   Feb.    6,    1815,    Berkshire,   Tioga   Co., 
«•  Y..     Came  to  Utah  Sept.   1847.     Elder, 
lissionary  to  Canada.    Died  at  Ogden. 


NEWTON  DAXIEL  HALL 
Born  March  12,  1819,  Byron,  N.   Y.    Came 
to    Utah    Sept.     28,     1847,    Capt.     Vincent 
Shurtliff       Company.         Seventy.         Ward 
Teacher.     Lived  at  Washington,   Utah. 


CALVIN  HALL 

Son  of  Newton  Daniel  Hall  and  Sarah 
Jane  Busenbark.  Born  Aug.  6,  1865,  Provi- 
dence, Utah.  Blsh'op.  Supt.  Sunday 
School.  Missionary.  City  Recorder. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1847 


LEONARD    E.    HARRINGTON 
Born   Jan.    7,    1816,    New   York.      Came   to 
Utah    Oct.    1,    1847,    Eward    Hunter    Com- 
pany.    Mayor  of  American  Fork,  Utah. 


DANIEL  HARRINGTON 
Son  of  Leonard   E.   Harrington  and  Mary 
Jones.      Born    March    15,    1860,    American 
Fork,   Utah.     Attorney-at-Law. 


FREDERICK    HEATH 

Born  May  1,  1833.  Came  to  Utah  Septem- 
ber, 1847,  Capt.  Hunter  Company.  Pioneer 
IrriRator.  Indian  War  Veteran.  Settled 
at  Old  Fort  Square. 


FREDERICK    GEORGE    HEATH 
Son  of  Frederick  Heath  and  Harriett  But- 
cher.    Born  AUK.  23,  1856,  Salt  Lake  City. 
EnKaKed     in      Real     Estate     and     Loans. 
Farmer  and  Contractor. 


FREDERICK  JOHN  HEATH 
Son  of  Frederick  George  Heath  and  Hen- 
rietta Hairh.     Born  Sept.  1,  1883. 


JOHN   FRANKLIN    HEATH 
Son  of  Frederick  Heath  and  Harriett  But- 
cher.    Born  Aug.  6,  1858,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Road  Supervisor   flve  years.      Builder  and 
owner  of  Salt  Palace. 


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FRANCIS  I).  HEATH 

Son  of  Frederick  Heath  and  Harriett  But- 
cher. Born  AUK.  15,  1876;  Salt  Lake  City. 
Watchman,  Supt.  and  MKT.  Salt  Palace 
Resort.  Farmer. 


HENRY  HEATH 

Came     to     Utah     1847,     Edward     Hunter 
Company. 


HENRY   F.   HEATH 

Son  of  Thomas  Heath,  who  came  to  I'tah 
September,  1847,  Capt.  Youns  Company, 
and  Sarah  Foster.  Born  July  28,  1866, 
Salt  Lake  City.  Supt.  Parks.  Carpenter. 


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JOSEPH  SMITH  HORNE 
Son  of  Joseph  Home,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  5,  1847,  Edward  Hunter  Company, 
anil  Mary  Isabella  Hales.  Born  May  14, 
1842,  Nauvoo,  111.  Bishop  2d'  Ward,  Rich- 
field. 


JAMES  HARVEY  MANGUM 
Son  of  James  Mitchell  Mangum,  who  came 
to    Utah    Sept.    29,    1847,    and    Eliza    Jane 
Clark.      Born  Nov.  29,  1847,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Elder.      Worked   on    St.   George   Temple. 


W.  LESTER  MANGUM 
Son  of  James  Harvey  Mangum  and   Amy 
Lorette  Bigler.      Born  Nov.  27,  1873,  Nephi, 
Utah.     Associated   with   Mining,    Smelting, 
Railroad,  Land  and  Livestock  Enterprises. 


ISAAC  LANEY 

Born  Dec.  19,  1815,  Simpson  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1847,  Capt.  Hunter 
Company.  Pres.  of  Seventies. 


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WILLIAM   PARK 

Born  Oct.  26,  1805,  Camslang,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1847,  Edward 
Hunter  Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


ANDREW   DUNCAN   PARK 
Son   of  William   Park  and   Jane   Duncan. 
Born   March    24,    1845,    Canada.      Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  29,  1847,  Edward  Hunter  Com- 
pany.    High  Priest. 


EDWIN  PETTIT 

Born  Feb.  16,  1834,  Hempstead,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1847,  Edward 
Hunter  Company.  One  of  Brigham  Young's 
Guards. 


WILLIAM  KELSEY  RICE 
Son  of  Ira  Rice,   who  came  to  Utah  Sept. 
29,    1847,    Edward    Hunter   Company,    and 
Minerva  Saxton.   Born  Oct.  27,  1822,  Man- 
chester, Ontario  Co.,  N.  Y. 


OSCAR  NORTH  RICE 

Son  of  Ira  Rice  and  Sarah  Harrington. 
Born  Oct.  19,  1835,  Michigan.  Indian  Wan 
Veteran. 


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OSCAR  FRANKLIN  RICE 
Son  of  Oscar  North  Rice  and  Jane  Clarissa 
Miller.     Born  March  17,  1870,   Providence, 
rtah.     Bishop. 


GEORGE  RUFUS  STEWART 
Born  July  29,  1827,  Tuscaloosa,  Ala.  Came 
to  Utah  September,   1847.     Resided  at  Og- 
den,  Utah. 


URBAN   VAN   STEWART 
Born  Nov.  9,   1817,  Overton,  Tenn.     Came 
to   Utah    September,    1847.      High    Priest. 
Presiding  Elder. 


JOHN  R.  STEWART 

Son  of  Urban  Van  Stewart  and  Ellen 
Adams.  Born  Aug.  27,  1873,  Beaver,  Utah. 
Member  of  the  Wayne  Stake  Presidency. 


JOHN  ANTHONY  WOOLF 
Born  July  31,  1805.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6, 
1847,   Edward  Hunter  Company.     Pres.  of 
Seventies.      Bishop's    Counselor.      Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN   ANTHONY   WOOLF,   JR. 
Son    of   John   Anthony    Woolf    and    Sarah 
Ann  Devoe.     Born  Feb.  27,   1843,   Pelham, 
Westchester  Co.,   N.   Y.     Bishop.     Mayor. 
Postmaster. 


J.  W.  WOOLF 
Son    of   John    Anthony    Woolf,    Jr.      Land 

ami  Irrigation. 


JAMES  WOOLF 


ALBERT  MOWRY  BAKER 
Born  Oct.   3,   1833,   1'omfret,   N.  Y.     Came 
to   Utah   Oct.    2,    1847,   Jedediah   M.   Grant 
Company.      Made   two   trips  across   plains 
for  immigrants.     Farmer. 


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GEORGE  WASHINGTON   BAKER 
Son  of  Simon   Baker,   who   came  to   Utah 
Oct.  2,  1847,  Jedediah  M.  Grant  Company, 
and    Mercy    Young.     "Born    Sept.    9,    1837, 
I'omfret,  N.  Y.     First  Mayor  of  Mention. 


GEORGE  WASHINGTON  BAKER,  JR. 
Son  of  George  Washington  Baker  and 
Agnes  Richards.  Born  Oct.  9,  1862,  Men- 
don,  Utah.  Physician. 


JOSEPH   BAKER 

Son  of  Simon  Baker,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  2,  1847,  Jedediah  M.  Grant  Company, 
and  Mercy  Young.  Born  Aug.  15,  1839, 
Montrose,  Lee  Co.,  Iowa.  Coroner. 


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JESSE  MERRIT   BAKER 
Son  of  Joseph   Baker  and  Lucy  A.   Pack. 
Born  Nov.  11,   1861,  Mendon,  Utah.     High 
Councilor.     Farmer  and  Merchant. 


ISAAC   CHASE 

Born  Dec.  12,  1791,  Little  Compton,  TCng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1847,  Jedediah  M. 
Grant  Company.  Built  flrst  mill  and 
ground  flrst  flour  in  Utah. 


GEORGE  OGUKN   CHASE 
Son   of   Isaac    Chase   and    Phoebe   Ogden. 
Born   March    11,    1832,    Sparta,   Livingston 
Co.,  N.  Y.     High  Priest.     Organized  North 
Ogden  Sunday  School. 


FRANK  LESLEY  CHASE 
Son    of   George   O.    Chase    and    Josephine 
streeper.     Born  Nov.  8,  1865,  Centerville, 
Utah.     Elder.     Postmaster.     Farmer.     Re- 
sides at  Centerville. 


CHARLES  CRISMON 

Born  Dec.  25,  1807,  Christian  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1847,  Jedediah  M. 
Grant  Company.  Built  flrst  Gristmill  in 
Utah,  1848. 


GKORGE  CRISMON 

Son    of    Charles    Crismon   and    Mary    Hill. 
Pioneer  Railroad  Builder.     Miner. 


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CHARLES  CRISMON,   JR. 
Son    of   Charles    Crlsmon    and    Mary    Hill. 
Born  June  14,   1844,   Macedonia,  111.     Pio- 
neer Railroad  Builder.     Miner. 


JOHN  JACKSON  EWING 
Son  of  Samuel  Ewing,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  2,  1847,  Jedediah  M.  Grant  Company, 
and   Esther  Shaffer.      Born  May   12,   1835, 
Lancaster  County,    Pa.     Indian  War  Vet. 


JOHN  BOYLSTON  FAIRBANKS 
Born    April    28,    1817,    Sandy    Hill,    N.    Y. 
Came  to  Utah   September,   1847,   Jedediah 
M.  Grant  Company.    Bishop  Payson  Ward. 


JEDEDIAH   MORGAN  GRANT 
Born  Feb.  21,  1816,  Windsor,  Broome  Co., 
N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1847,  his  own 
Company.     First  Mayor  of  Salt  Lake  City. 


JOSEPH  HYRUM  GRANT 
Son  of  Jedediah  Morgan  Grant  and  Susan 
Noble  Fairchild.     Born  Oct.  17,  1853,  Salt 
Lake  City.     President  Davis  Stake. 


HEBER  .TEDDY  GRANT 
Son  of  Jedediah  Morgan  Grant  and  Rachel 
Ridgeway  Ivans.  Born  Nov.  22,  1856, 
Salt  Lake  City.  Member  of  the  Quorum  of 
the  Twelve  Apostles.  President  of  Heber 
J.  Grant  &  Company,  Insurance. 


JOSHUA  FREDERICK  GRANT 
Born  July  24,  1818,  Steuben  County,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  1847.     Youngest  Missionary 
to  Southern  States. 


JOSHUA  FREDERICK  GRANT,  JR. 
Son  of  Joshua  Frederick  Grant  and  Louiw 
Marie  Goulay.    Born  April  19,  1856,  Woods 
Cross,  Utah. 


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JAMES  HENDRICKS 

Born  June,  1808,  Franklin,   Ky.     Came  to 
!    Utah    1847,   Jedediah   M.    Grant  Company. 
Bishop  19th  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM   DORRIS   HENDRICKS 
Son  of  James  Hendricks  and  Drusilla  Dor- 
ris.      Born    Nov.    6,    1829,    Franklin,     Ky. 
Came   to   Utah   1847,     Mormon   Battalion. 
Pres.  Oneida  Stake. 


BRIGHAM  ANDRUS  HENuRICKS 
Son     of    William     Dorris    Hend  ricks    and 
Mary  Jane  Andrus.      Born   Nov.   27,   1857, 
Salt    Lake  City.      Councilor  in   Presidency 
Benson  Stake. 


GEORGE  B.   HENDRICKS 
Son    of    Brigham    Andrus    Hendricks    and 
Mary    Rebecca    Stoddard.      Born    Nov.    25, 
1881,    Lewiston,    Utah.      Member    Faculty 
Utah  Agricultural  College. 


JOSEPH  SMITH  HENDRICKS 
Son  of  James  Hendricks  and  Drusilla  Dor- 
ris.    Born    March    23,    1838,    Farr    West, 
Caldwell    Co.,    Mo.      Bishop's   Counselor. 


JUEL  J.  HENDRICKS 
Son  of  Joseph   Smith  Hendricks  and   Lu- 
c-inda  Bess. 


JACOB  HOUTZ 

Came  to  Utah   in   1847   with  Jedediah   M. 
Grant  Company: 


DANIEL  D.   HOUTZ 

Son  of  Jacob  Houtz  and  BriilRet  Daly. 
Born  March  11,  1859,  Salt  Lake  City.  At- 
torney -  at  -  Law.  Prosecuting  Attorney 
Tooele  County. 


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SIMPSON   DAVID   HUFFAKER 
Born   July   23,    1812,    Wayne   County,    Ky. 
Came  to   Utah    Oct.    6,    1847,   Jedediah   M. 
Grant  Co.     Pres.  7th  Quorum  Seventies. 


LEWIS  ALBERT  HUFFAKER 
Son  of  Simpson  David  Huffaker  and  Susan 
Green    Robinson.      Born    March    19,    1841, 
Bureau   County,    III.      Came  to  Utah   with 
Father.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


GEORGE  LEAVITT 

Born  Aug.  29,  1828,  Sherbrooke  County, 
Quebec,  Can.  Came  to  Utah  October,  1847, 
Bates  Noble  Company.  High  Priest. 
Farmer. 


JOSEPH  WIRE  LEAVITT 
Son  of  George  Leavitt  and  Nanoy  Minerva 
Karl.       Born    Nov.    14,     1859,    Centerville, 
Utah.     Farmer.     Carpenter.     Dairyman. 


PRIDDY  MEEKS 

Born  Aug.  29,  4895,  Greenville,  S.  C.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1847,  Jedediah  M.  Grant 
Company.  Physician  and  Surgeon. 


JOSEPH  MEEKS. 

Son  of  Priddy  Meeks  and  Mary  Jane  Me- 
Cleve.  Born  Dec.  13,  1857,  Parowan,  Utah. 
Bishop's  Counselor,  Circleville  Ward.  Pro- 
bation Officer,  Piute  County. 


JESSE  SIMPSON  MOLEN 
Came   to   Utah   Oct.    2,    1847,   Jedediah    M. 
Grant  Company.     Farmer. 


FRANCIS  M.   MOLKX 
Resided  at  Idaho  Falls,  Idaho. 


MICHAEL  w.  MOLEN 

Son  of  Jesse  Molen,  who  came  to  Utah  Oct. 
2,  1847,  and  Lurania  Huffaker.  Born  Jan. 
15,  1842,  Camp  Creek,  Bureau  Co.,  111.  Bish- 
op's Counselor.  Director  Manti  Temple, 


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.MICHAEL    KENXETH    MOLEN 
Son   of  Michael   W.   Molen   and    Eunice  L. 
Lowry.    Born  April  15,  1882,  Ferron,  Utah. 
Elder.     Railroad    Contractor. 


JOSEPH   B.   NOBLE 

Born  Jan.  14.  1810,  EsTemont,  Mass.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1847,  Jedediah  M. 
Grant  Company.  Performed  First  Plural 
Marriage  in  L.  D.  S.  Church,  Nauvoo,  111. 


WILLAKD  SNOW 

Horn  May  6,  1811,  St.  Johnsbury,  Vt. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  22,  1847,  Ira  Eldredge 
Company.  Member  State  Legislature. 


WILLARD   LYCURGUS   SXOW 
Son  of  Willard  Snow  and  Melvina  Harvey. 
Born    March    8,    1842,    Lee    County,    Iowa. 
Lives  at  Draper,  Utah. 


FRANK  M.   SNOW 

Son  of  Willard  L.  Snow  and  Flora  L. 
Mousley.  Born  Nov.  30,  1876.  Lives  at 
Turner,  Idaho.  Bishop  of  Turner  Ward. 
Sunday  School  Supt. 


CHARLES   SPERRY 

Born  June  30,  1829,  Mecca,  Trumbull  Co., 
Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1847,  Jedediah 
M.  Grant  Company.  Bishop.  Counselor. 
Sheriff  of  Juab  County. 


HARRISON   SPERRY 

Born  March  24,  1832,  Mecca,  Trumbull  Co., 
'Mo.  Came  to  Utah  October,  1847,  Jede- 
liah  M.  Grant  Company.  Bishop.  Patri- 
irch.  Member  City  Council.  Farmer. 


JAMES  WYLIB  THOMAS 
Born    Sept.    7,    1834,    Dallas    County,    Ala. 
Came  to   Utah   September,    1847,   Jedediah 
M.    Grant    Company.       City    Councilman. 
City  Marshal.     Seventy. 


JOHX  VANCE 

Horn  Nov.  8.  1794,  Tennessee.  Came  to 
Utah  1847,  Jedediah  M.  Grant  Company. 
HiRh  Councilor.  Ward  Clerk.  Pioneer  to 
St.  George. 


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CHARLES   NORTHROP   WOODARD 
Son    of      Jedediah     Woodard     and     Emily 
Nortlirop.     Born   Sept.  15,  1827,  Baneston, 
Franklin  Co.,   Mass.     Came  to  Utah   1847, 
Jedediah  M.  Grant  Company.     Seventy. 


CHARLES    NORTHROP  WOODARD 
Son    of    Charles    Northrop    Woodard    and 
Margaret  Ann  Malin.     Born  Aug.  3,  1857, 
Salt  Lake  City.     Seventy.     Farmer.    Lived 
at   Kamas,  Utah. 


HARVEY  CLARK 

Came   to   Utah    Oct.    2,    1847,    Charles   C. 
Rich  Company. 


JASON  EDWARD  CLARK 
Son  of  Harvey  Clark  and  Lois  Haws.    Bovr. 
Sept.   21,   18«2,  Salem,   Utah.     Stockralser. 


ORVILLE   SOUTHERLAND   COX 
Born  Nov.  27,  1815,  South  Plymouth,  Che- 
nango  Co.,  N.   Y.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.   23, 
1847,   Charles   C.    Rich   Company.      Bishop 
Bountiful  Ward. 


DELAUN  MILLS  COX 
Son  of  Orville  Southerland  Cox  and  El- 
vira Pamelia  Wills.  Born  March  24,  1850, 
Manti,  Utah.  High  Priest.  Farmer  and 
Horticulturist. 


THOMAS  GROVKR 

Born  July  22,  1807,  Whitehall,  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  3,  1847,  Charles  C.  Rich 
Company.  High  Councilor. 


WALTER  L.  GROVER 
Son     of    Thomas     Grover    and     Elizabeth 
Walker.     Born  Dec.  25,  1860.  Farmington, 
Utah.     Bishop  Garland  Ward. 


HENRY  A.  GROVER 

Son  of  Thomas  Grover  and  Emma  Walker. 
Born  April  12,  1862,  Farmington,  Utah. 
President  113th  Quorum  Seventies. 


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ALBERT  I.    GROVER 

Son  of  Thomas  Grover  and  Emma  Walker 
Born  June  7,    1874,  Farmington,  Utah. 


NATHAN  TANNER  PORTER 
Son  of  Sanford  Porter  and   Nancy  Warri- 
ner.     Born  July  10,  1820,  Vermont.     Came 
to    Utah    Oct.    2,    1847,    Charles    C.    Rich 
Company.   Pioneer  to  Centerville.  Farmer. 


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WARRINER  AHAZ  PORTER 
Son    of    Chauncy    Warriner    Porter    and 
Lydia    Ann    Cook.      Born    May    20,    1848, 
Florence,   Neb.      High  Priest. 


JOHN  PRESIDENT   PORTER 
Son  of  Sanford  Porter  and  Nancy  Warri- 
ner.   Born  July  28,  1818,  Plymouth,  Oneida 
Co.,  N.  Y.    Pioneer  Road  and  Canal  Builder. 


JOSEPH  RICH  PORTER 
Son  of  John  President  Porter  and  Nancy 
Rich.      Born    March    29,    1844,    Charleston, 
Lee     Co.,     Iowa.       Bishop     of     Porterville 
Ward  1877-97. 


SANFORD   PORTER,  JR. 
Son  of  Sanford  Porter  and  Nancy  Warri- 
ner.     Born   June   25,   1823,  Vienna,  Trum- 
bull  Co.,  Ohio.    Member  Mormon  Battalion. 


SANFORD  MARIUS  PORTER 
Son    of    Sanford    Porter,    Jr.,    and    Emma 
Ensign.      Born   Aug.    5,    1855,    Centerville, 
!av's  Co.,  Utah.    Member  Snownake  Stake 
High  Council.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


LYMAN  WIGHT  PORTER 
Son  of  Sanford  .Porter  and  Nancy  Warri- 
ner.     Born   May    5,   1833.      Came  to   Utah 
Oct.    2,    1847,    Charles    C.    Rich    Company. 
Early  Settler  at  Porterville.     Farmer. 


JOSEPH  RICH 

Born  April  16,  1786,  Maryland.  Came  to 
Utah  1847,  Charles  C.  Rich  Company.  High 
Priest.  Patriarch. 


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CHARLES  COULSON  KICK 
Son    of    Joseph    Rich    and    Nancy    O'Neil. 
Born  Aug.  21,  1809,  Campbell  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1847,  with  his  own, 
the  Charles  C.  Rich  Company. 


CHARLES  COULSON  RICH,  JR. 
Son    of   Charles   Coulson   Rich   anil    Sarah 
Dearmon   Pea.      Born   Sept.   8,    1844,  Nau- 
voo,    111.      Came    to    Utah    1847.      Elder. 
County  Attorney.     Merchant. 


CHARLES  COULSON  RICH,  III. 
Son  of  Charles  Coulson  Rich  and  Jane  Su- 
sanna Stock.      Born  July   26,    1866,   Paris. 
Idaho. 


JOSEPH  EDWIN  RICH 
Son  of  Charles  Coulson  Rich  and  Jane  Su- 
sanna Stock.      Born   Feb.    13,   1870,    Paris, 
Idaho.      Elder.      Ward   Teacher.      Farmer. 
Merchant. 


BENJAMIN   E.   RICH 

Son  of  Charles  Coulson  Rich  and  Sarah 
Dearmon  Pea.  Born  Nov.  27,  1857,  Salt 
Lake  City.  Pres.  Southern  States  Mission 
1897-07  ;  Eastern  States,  1907. 


BENJAMIN  LEROY  HIGH 
Son  of  Benjamin  E.  Rich  and  Diana  Far 
Born  Oct.  18,  1878,  Ogden,  Utah.    Lawyer, 


WILLIAM   LYMAN  RICH 
Son  of  Charles  Coulson  Hich  and  Mary  A. 
Phelps.      Born  AUK.    9,   1852,   San   Bernar- 
dino, Cal.     Mayor  of  Paris,  Idaho.     Idaho 
State  Senator, 


WILLIAM  LAFAYETTE  RICH 
Son    of    William    Lyman    Rich    and    Ella 
Amelia    Pomeroy.       Horn    June    17,    1878, 
Mnntpelirr,  Idaho.     Health  Officer  at  Gar- 
land, Utah,     Physician, 


AM  ASA  MASON  RICH 
Son    of    Charles    Coulson    Rich    and    Mary 
Ann     Phelps.       Born    Oct.    25,    1856,    San 
Bernardino,   Cal.      Seventy.      Sheriff  Bear 
Lake  County. 


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EDWARD  ISRAEL  RICH 

Son    of    Charles    C.    Rich    anrl    Mary    Ann 

I'liclps.     Born  April  9,  1868,  Paris,  Idaho. 

1'hysieian  and   Surgeon.      Lives  at  Ogden, 

i  Utah. 


HEBER  CHARLES  CHASE   RICH 
Son    of    Charles    C.    Rich    and     Emeline 
Grover.      Born   Aug.    8,    1863,    Centervillo, 
Utah.     Missionary  to  Southern  States  1886- 
88.     High  Councilor. 


GEORGE  Q.   RICH 

Son  of  Charles  C.  Rich  and  Emeline  Gro- 
ver. Born  March  17,  1869,  Paris,  Idaho. 
Attorney-at-Law. 


MAHCUS  I>E  LAFAYETTE  SHEPHERD 
Son  of  Samuel  Shepherd,  who  came  to 

Hah  October,  1847,  and  Roxanna  Ray. 
Born  Oct.  10,  1824,  Willoushby,  Ohio. 

:ame  to  Utah  1849.     Bishop.     Mayor. 


ALEXANDER  MORAIN  SHOEMAKER 
Born  July  8,  1813,  Pendelton  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1847,  Charles  C.  Rich 
Company.  Member  School  of  Prophets. 


EDWARD  STEVENSON 
Born  May  1,  1820,  on  Rock  of  Gibraltar. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1847,  Charles  C.  Rich 
Company.     High  Priest. 


ALPHONZO  WINGET 

Son  of  Cyrus  Winget,  Sr.,  and  Catharine 
Hnlft.  Born  Jan.  5,  1846,  Nauvoo,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  3,  1847,  with  father, 
in  Charles  C.  Rich  Company. 


JOHN  BENNION 

Born  1823,  Hawarden,  Flintshire,  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  3,  1847,  John  Taylor 
Company.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


SAMUEL   ROBERTS   BENNION 
Son   of   John    Bennion    and    Esther   XVain- 
wriKht.     Born  Nov.   10,   1842,   Nauvoo,  111 
President  Uinta  Stake. 


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DAVID   BENNION 

Son  of  John  Bennion  and  Esther  Birch. 
Born  Feb.  1,  1865,  Vernal,  Utah.  Bishop 
Vernal  Second  Ward.  Mayor  of  Vernal. 


SAMUEL,  BRINGHURST 
Born     Dec.     21,     1812,     Philadelphia,     Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  10,   1847,  John  Taylor 
Company.     Wheelwright  and  Farmer. 


,     WILLIAM  A.   BRINGHURST 
Son    of    Samuel    Bringhurst    and    Eleanor 
Beitler.      Born    Jan.    26,    1839,    Lyonville, 
Chester  Co.,  Pa.     Bishop  Toquerville  Ward. 


WILLIAM  BRINGHURST 
Born  Nov.  8,  1818,  Philadelphia,  Pa.     Came 
to  Utah   Oct.   10,   1847,  John  Taylor  Com- 
pany.     Bishop  Springville  Ward.      Director 
Provo   Wroolen   Mills. 


JOHN   FRANK  BRINGHURST 
Son  of  William    Bringhurst  and   Ann  Dil- 
wortii.      Born    Dec.    13,    1861,    Springville, 
Utah.     Bishop  at  Springville. 


JOSEPH  CAIN 
Born  Nov.  5,  1822,  Douglas,  Isle  of  Man. 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1847,  John  Tay- 
lor Company.  Postmaster  at  Salt  Lake 
City.  Editor  Deseret  News. 


GEORGE  Q.   CANNON 

Born  Jan.  11,  1827,  Liverpool,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  1847,  John  Taylor  Company. 
Counselor  in  Mormon  Church  Presidency 
Editor  Deseret  News. 


DAVID  H.  CANNON 

Son  of  George  Q.  Cannon  and  Elizabeth 
Iloagland.  Born  April  14,  1872,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Missionary  to  Soran,  Silesia,  Ger- 
many, 1891,  where  he  died. 


ABRAHAM   H.   CANNON 
Son   of   George   Q.    Cannon    and    Elizabeth 
Hoapriand.      Member  Quorum  of  the  Twelve 
Apostles. 


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JOSEPH  JENNB  CANNON 
Son  of  George  Q.  Cannon  and  Sarah  Jenne. 
Born  May  22,  1877,  Salt  Lake  City.     Mis- 
sionary to  England  and   Sweden  1899-04. 
Member  Legislature. 


WILLIAM  T.   CANNON 
Son  of  George  Q.  Cannon  and  Eliza  Ten- 
ney.     Born  Sept.   5,   1870,    Salt  Lake  City. 
Missionary  to  Netherlands  1899-01.     Phy- 
sician and   Surgeon. 


BRIGHAM  T.   CANNON 
Son    of    George    Q.    Cannon    and    Martha 
Telle.     Born  Aug.  3,  1874,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Missionary  to  Germany  1895-98.    Seventy. 
Real   Estate   Investment. 


WILLARD  T.   CANNON 
Son    of    George    Q.    Cannon    and    Martha 
Telle.     Civil  Engineer. 


DAVID   FAIRBANKS 

Born  March  14,  1810,  Peru,  Bennington 
Co.,  Vt.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6,  1847,  John 
Taylor  Company.  Bishop  1st  Ward,  Salt 
Lake  City. 


JOSEPH  WARREN  FAIRBANKS 
Son  of  David  Fairbanks  and   Susan  Man- 
derville.    Born  Jan.  2,  1856,  Payson,  Utah. 
Bishop  Annabella. 


GEORGE   E.   LITTLE 

Son  of  Edwin  3.  Little  and  Harriet  Amelia 
Decker  (Hanks).  Born  Aug.  6,  1844. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1847,  with  his  mother. 


JOHN  LOWRT 

Born  Aug.  10,  1799,  Nashville,  Tenn.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1847,  John  Taylor  Com- 
pany. Bishop  of  2d  Ward,  Salt  Lake 
City,  1849. 


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JOHN  LOWRY,  JR. 

Son  of  John  Lowry  and  Marv  Wilcox. 
Born  Jan.  31,  1829,  Lewis  County,  Mo. 
Came  to  Utah  1847,  Capt.  Hunter  Oxteam 
Company.  Mormon  Battalion  Paymaster. 


THOMAS   MACKAY 

Born  July  23,  1810,  Belfast,  Ireland.  Came 
to  Utah  September,  1847,  John  Taylor 
Company.  School  Trustee.  Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


JOHN  MACKAY 

Son  of  Thomas  Mackay  and  Ann  Rodders. 
Born  March  18,  1834,  Isle  of  Man.  HiKh 
Priest.  Freighter,  Farmer  and  Stockraisi  r. 


JOHN   CALDER  MACKAY 
Son  of  John  Mackay  and   Isabella  Calder. 
Born  Nov.  30,  1857,  Salt  Lake  City.    Coun- 
ty Commissioner  several  terms.     Farmer. 


DANIEL  MACKAY 

Son  of  Thomas  Mackay  and  Sarah  Franks. 
Born  Sept.  15,  1868,  Taylorsville,  Utah. 
Stockraiser. 


JAMES  OAKLEY 
Son  of  Ezra  Oakley,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  30,  1847,  John  Taylor  Company,  and 
Elizabeth  DeGroot. 


JOHN  PARK 

Born  May  11,  1802,  Kent,  near  Glasgow, 
Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  September,  1847, 
John  Taylor  Company.  Elder.  Veteran 
Echo  Canyon  War. 


JOSEPH   S.   PARK 

Son  of  John  Park  and  Louisa  Smith.  Born 
Aug.  1,  1852,  Prove,  Utah.  High  Priest. 
Gardener  Courthouse  Grounds.  Farmer. 


JOHN  S.   PARK 

Son  of  John  Park  and  Louisa  Smith.  Born 
Dec.  30,  1849,  Provo,  Utah.  Member 
Elder  Quorum.  Constable  and  Justice  of 
the  Peace.  Farmer. 


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STILLMAN   POND 

Born  Oct.  26,  1803,  Worcester  County, 
Macs.  Came  to  Utah  1847,  John  Taylor 
Company.  Presiding  High  Priest  at  Rich- 
mond. Indian  War  Veteran. 


BRIGHAM   POXD 

Son  of  Stillman  Pond  and  Abigail  Thorn. 
Born  June  9,  1853,   Salt  Lake  City. 


LEWIS  S.   POND 

Son  of  Stillman  Pond  and  Abigail  Thorn. 
Born  Dec.  25,  1854.  Stake  President. 
County  Commissioner. 


MARTIN   POND 

s<>n  of  Stillman  Pond  and  Abigail  Thorn. 
:Horn  May  21,   1862,  Richmond,  Utah. 


JOHN  QUAYLE 

Born  Junfe  24,  1801,  Ramsay,  Isle  of  Man. 
Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1847,  John 
Taylor  Company.  Lived  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


THOMAS  QUAYLE 

Son  of  John  Quayle  and  Catherine  Killip. 
Born  1835,  Isle  of  Man.  Came  to  Utah 
September,  1847,  John  Taylor  Company. 


JUSTUS  AZAEL  SEELY 
••orn   Nov.    17,    1779,    Connecticut.      Came 
>    Utah    September,     1847,    John    Taylor 
ompany.     High  Priest.     Built  first  Cooper 
hop  in  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM   STEWART   SEELY 
Son   of   Justice  Azel    Seely  and   Mehitable 
Burnett.      Born  May  18,    1812,   in  Connec- 
ticut.    Came   to   Utah   1847,   John   Taylor 
Company. 


JUSTUS  WELLINGTON  SEELY 
Son  of  Justus  Azael   Seely  and  Mehitable 
Bennett.      Born   Jan.   30,   1815,   Pickering. 
Can.      Came    to    Utah    September,     1847, 
City  Councilman. 


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ORANGE  SEELT 

Son  of  Justus  Wellington  Seely  and  Cla- 
rissa Jane  Wilcox.  Born  Feb.  20,  1843, 
Nashville,  Iowa.  Bishop.  Pres.  Mt. 
Pleasant  Town  Board. 


DON  CARLOS  SEELY 
Son  of  Justus  Wellington   Seely  and  Cla- 
rissa   Jane    Wilcox.      Born    Jan.    4,    1846, 
Iowa.      Elder.      Deputy  Sneriff  and  Jailer. 
Farmer  and    Stockraiser. 


JOHN   H.   SEELY 

Son  of  Justus  Wellington  Seely  and  Cla- 
rissa Jane  Wilcox.  Born  Apr.  29,  1855. 
San  Bernardino,  Cal.  Mayor.  State  Sen- 
ator. Farmer. 


ROBERT   SWEETEN 

Born  Dec.  14,  1840,  Brook,  Ontario,  Can. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  21,  1847,  John  Taylor 
Company.  Seventy.  Mayor  two  terms. 
Farmer. 


JOHN  TAYLOR 

Born  Nov.  1,  1808,  Milnthorpe,  near  Lake 
Windemere,  Westmoreland,  Eng.  Captain 
of  a  company  of  immigrants  arriving  Oct. 
5,  1847.  Third  President  of  the  Church 
of  J.  C.  of  L.  D.  S. 


H.   E.   TAYLOR 
Son  of  John  Taylor,  Ogden,  Utah. 


JOHN  W.  TAYLOR 

Son  of  John  Taylor  and  Leonora  Cannon. 
Born  Dec\  17,  1834,  Newham  Buildings, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6,  1863,  Thomas 
Ricks  Company.  High  Priest.  R.  R.  Con- 
tractor. Plumber. 


WILLIAM  TAYLOR 

Son  of  John  W.  Taylor  and  Mary  Young. 
Born  Feb.  22,  1873,  Ogden,  Utah.  Ward 
Teacher.  Warehouse  Foreman  for  Den- 
ver &  Rio  Grande  R.  R,  Co.  at  Ogden. 


PARSHALL  I'ETEH  TERRY 
Born  Aug.  29,  1832,  Upper  Canada.  Cam 
to  Utah  Sept  24,  1847,  Brigham  Youn 
Co.  Seventy.  Missionary  to  Dixie  186'J 
61. 


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SAMUEL  ALONZO  WHITNEY 
Horn  Nov.  10,   1840,  Palmyra,   Union  Co., 
Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  in   September,   1847, 
.John  Taylor  Company. 


JOHN  HENRY  WILCOX 
Born   Feb.    14,    1824,   Arkansas.      Came   to 
Utah    Sept.    29,    1847,    John    Taylor    Com- 
pany.    Early  Settler  Mt.   Pleasant,  Utah. 
Farmer. 


JAMES   HENRY  WILCOX 
Son    of    John    Henry    Wilcox    and    Sarah 
Seeley.    Born  Nov.  10,   1855,  North  Ogden, 
Utah.       Member    91st    Quorum    Seventies. 
Missionary    1897-99. 


JOSHUA  THOMAS  WILLIS 
Rorn  Dec.    12,    1818,   Gallatin   County,   111. 
'ame    to    Utah    1847,    John    Taylor    Com- 
>any.     Bishop  of  Toquerville  Ward,  Utah. 
•Sheriff. 


MERRILL  E.   WILLIS 

Son  of  Joshua  T.  Willis  and  Sarah  Mellisa 
Dodge.  Born  Jan.  28,  1851,  Provo,  Utah. 
High  Priest.  Seventy.  President  of  Y. 
M.  M.  I.  A.  Indian  Fighter. 


HORACE  MARTIN  ALEXANDER 
Born   Feb.    15,    1812,  Montgomery  County, 
Va.     Came  to  Utah   Oct.   16,   1847.     Cor- 
poral   in    Mormon    Battalion.      Contractor 
and  Builder.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  DENTON  ALEXANDER 
3n.    of    Horace     Martin     Alexander    and 
atherine   Houston.      Born    Dec.    4,    1851, 

't  Lake  City.     Missionary.     Contractor 
id  Builder. 


ELIJAH   ALLEN 

Son  of  Andrew  Lee  Allen  and  Clarlmla 
Knapp.  Born  Feb.  7,  1826,  Burton,  N.  Y. 
Member  Co.  B,  Mormon  Battalion  1847. 
Home,  Ft.  Herriman,  Utah. 


JOSEPH  SMITH  ALLEN 
Son   of   Elijah   Allen   and   Ann    Bickmore. 
Born   Oct.    20,    1863,    Ft.    Herriman,    Utah. 
Missionary.      Member    Bishopric.       Com- 
missioner Cache  County. 


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LORENZO  BABCOCK 

Son  of  Adolphus  Babcock  and  Jerusha 
Jane  Howley.  Came  to  Utah  with  Co.  C, 
Mormon  Battalion.  Settlement  Guard  in 
Indian  Wars. 


WILLIAM   HENRY   BABCOCK 
Son   of  Adolphus    Babcock,    who   came   to 
Utah     1847,    and    Jerusha    Jane    Rowley. 
Born  July  15,  1848,  Salt  Lake  City.    Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN  HENRY   BARNKY 
Son  of  Walter  Barney  and  Susan  Zabris- 
kie.      Born  March  20,  18511,  Kphraim,  Utah. 
Farmer  anil   Stockraiser. 


EBENEZER  BROWN 

Born  Dec.  6,  1802.  Came  to  Utah  with 
Mormon  Battalion.  2d  Sergeant  Co.  A, 
Mormon  Battalion. 


JOSEPH  GUERNSEY   BROWN 
Son  of  Ebenezer  Brown  and  Ann  Weaver. 
Born    Nov.    8,    1824,    New   York.      Bishop's 
Counselor. 


JOHN  FRANKLIN   BROWN 
Son   of   Joseph   Guernsey    Brown   and    Lo- 
vina   Manhart.     Born  Oct.  11,  1858,  Draper, 
Utah.     Mayor  of  Kanab.     Lawyer. 


JOHN    (M.)    BYBKK 

Came    to    Utah    with    Mormon    Battalion. 
Lived  at  Ogden,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  WALLACE  CASPER 
Born  March  12,  1821,  Richland,  Ohk 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  7,  1847,  Ephrair 
Hanks  Company,  Contingent  Mormon  Bat 
talion.  High  Priest. 


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WILLIAM  NEPHI  CASPER 
Sun  of  William  Wallace  Casper  and  Sarah 
Ann  Bean.  Born  Nov.  10,  1848,  Mill 
Creek,  Utah.  President  96th  Quorum  of 
the  Seventies.  Farmer. 


JAMKS   MORONI   CASPER 
Son  of  William  Wallace  Casper  and  Sarah 
Ann     Bean.       Born     Feb.     28,     1853,     Mill 
Creek,  Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN    DARWIN  CHASR 
Born  AUK.  10,  1815,  Bristol,  Vt.     Came  to 
Utah     1847,     Mormon     Battalion.       Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


PHILANDER  COLTON 
Rorn  Oct.  11,  1811,  Clarence  Hollow,  N.  Y. 

'ame  to   Utah    in    1847.      Member   Co.    B, 
Mormon  Battalion,   George   P.   Cook  Com- 

iany.     Mason,  Plasterer,  Brick  Maker. 


BYRON  OLIVER  COLTON 
Son  of  Philander  Colton  and  Polly  Merrill. 
Born  Nov.  29,   1848,  Council   Bluffs,   Iowa. 
Elder.     Sunday  School  Secretary.     County 
Clerk  and  Recorder. 


BYRON   OWEN  COLTON 
Son    of    Byron    Oliver    Colton    and    Sarah 
Maria  Smith.     Born  Feb.  15,  1882,  Provo, 
Utah.      Bishop    of    Maeser    Ward.      Pres. 
Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.     County  Surveyor. 


STERLING  DRIGGS  COLTON 
><m  of  Philander  Colton  and  Matilda  Mer- 
ill.      Born   March    22,    1851,    Provo,   Utah. 
iishop.     Sheriff  of  Uinta  County. 
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DON   BYRON  COLTON 
Son  of  Sterling  Driggs  Colton  and  Nancy 
A.    Wilkins.      Born    Sept.    15,    1876,    Mona, 
Utah.    Pres.  Uinta  Stake  1910.    Pres.  Uinta 
Telephone   Company. 


DORR  P.  CURTIS 

Born  Jan.  21,  1819,  Cayuga  County,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  1847.  Missionary  to  Eng- 
land 1852.  Member  Mormon  Battalion. 
Bishop's  Counselor, 


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WILLIAM  VAN  ORDEN   CURTIS 
Son  of  Dorr  P.  Curtis  and  Sarah  L.  Van 
Orden.       Born    Dec.     29,    1855,    Kaysville. 
Utah.      Resides   at   Oakley,    Idaho. 


JAMES  FERGUSON 

Sergeant-Major  Co.  A,  Mormon  Battalion. 
Adjutant-General  Utah  Militia.  Terri- 
torial Attorney. 


GEORGE  HALES 

Born  1813,  in  England.  Came  to  Utah 
with  Mormon  Battalion.  Member  Nauvoo 
Legion.  High  Priest.  Printer. 


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JOHN  ERIK  FORSGREN 
Born  Nov.  7,  1816,  Gefle,  Sweden.     Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  16,  1847,  Mormon  Battalion. 


JOHN  HEBER  FORSGREN 
Son  of  John  Erik  Forsgre"n  and  Sarah  Bell 
Davis.      Born    Oct.    7,    1856,    Carson,    Ky. 
High  Priest. 


NELSON  HIGGINS 

Born  1806,  Otswego,  Can.  Came  to  Utah 
as  Captain  Co.  D,  Mormon  Battalion. 
Bishop  Richfield.  Black  Hawk  Indian 
War  Veteran. 


LEWIS  HIGGINS 

Son  of  Nelson  Higglns  and  Nancy  Mary- 
bah  Behunin.  Born  Dec.  15,  1870,  Nephi, 
Utah.  Farmer. 


JEFFERSON  HUNT 

Captain  Co.  A,  Mormon  Battalion,  comins 
to  Utah  1847.  Founder  of  Huntsville, 
\\eber  Co.,  Utah. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1847 


JARVIS  JOHNSON 

Born  July    6,    1829.      Came  to  Utah    1847, 
Co.  C,  Mormon  Battalion.     Machinist. 


WILLIAM  LBAMAN  JOHNSON 
Son    of    Jarvis    Johnson    and    Hester   Ann 
Jackson.  Born  Jan.  27,  1857,  Otoe  County, 
Neb.     Farmer  and   Stockraiser. 


RACE  APHALUS  JOHNSON 
Son    of    Jarvis    Johnson    and    Sarah    Jane 
Ansel.     Born  Oct.   4,   1865,   Brlgnam   City, 
Utah.    Missionary.     Bishop  of  Beaver  Dam, 
Utah. 


ALONZO  ALVARO  JOHNSON 
Son    of    Jarvis    Johnson    and    Sarah    Jane 
Angel.    Born  Dec.  17,  1866,  Brigham  City, 
Utah. 


JARVIS  JOHNSON 

Son  of  Jarvis  Johnson  and  Mary  Jane 
Ainsworth.  Born  Sept.  27,  1876,  Briefram 
City,  Utah.  High  Priest.  Bishop's  Coun- 
selor. 


ALBERT   KNAPP 

Born  July  10.  1825,  Antwerp,  Jefferson 
Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  1847,  Co.  E. 
Mormon  Battalion.  Resides  at  Farmington. 


THURSTON  LARSON 
Came  to  Utah  with  the  Mormon  Battalion. 


JOHN  V.  LAWSON 
Came  to  Utah  with  the  Mormon  Battalion. 


NELSON  MCCARTY,  JR. 

Son  of  Nelson  McCarty,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  16,  1847,  Contingent  Mormon  Bat- 
talion, and  Mary  Jane  Morris.  Born  Oct. 
28,  1849,  Salt  Lake  City. 


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RICHARD  SESSIONS 

Born  April  28,  1799,  Logan  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  1847,  Co.  A,  Mormon  Bat- 
talion. Farmer.  Black  Hawk  Indian 
War  Veteran. 


DANIEL    ALEXANDER    SESSIONS 
Son   of   Richard   Sessions.     Born   Jan.   11, 
1829.     Farmer  and  Cattleman.     Died  Sep- 
tember,  1905,  at  Heber,  Utah. 


LYMAX   STEVENS 

Came  to  Utah  1847,  Co.  B,  Mormon  Bat 
talion.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Walker  Wai 
Veteran. 


JOSEPH  S.   STEVENS 

Son  of  Lyman  Stevens  and  Martha  Durfee 
Born  March  12,  1845,  Hancock  County 
111.  Came  to  Utah  1849.  Indian  vVar 
Veteran. 


JOHN  C.  THOMPSON 

Born  May  15,  1821,  Tazewell  County,  Va. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  16,  1847,  Co.  A,  Mor- 
mon Battalion.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Pre- 
siding Elder.  Missionary. 


MOSES  WADE 

Member    of    Mormon     Battalion,     Co.    C 
Lived  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


EDWAKI)   1).    WADE 

Son    of    Moses    Wade    and    Mary    Bundy. 
Member  of  Mormon   Battalion. 


E.  W.  WADE 

Son    of    Edward    D.    Wade    and    Belinda 
Hit-kenlooper.      Born    October,   1850. 


JAMES  MONROE  WADE 
Son  of  Edward  D.  Wade  and  Belinil: 
Hiokenlooper.  Born  Feb.  15,  1852,  Sal 
Lake  City.  Bishop's  Counselor  Sixteei 
Years. 


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.CHARLES  F.  WADE 
cm    of    Edward    D.    Wade    and     Belinda 
liokc-nlooper.       Born    Dec.    8,    1853,    Salt 
.ake  City.     Bishop  of  Liberty  Ward. 


CHARLES  E.  WADE 

Son  of  Charles  F.  Wade  and  Sarah  E. 
Bidwell.  Born  Oct.  11,  1877,  North  Ogden, 
Utah.  Pres.  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  of  Liberty  Ward. 
Carpenter. 


FRANKLIN  WEAVER 

Born  May  28,  1829,  Scio,  Allegany  Co.,  N. 
Y.  Came  to  Utah  1847,  Co.  A,  Mormon 
Battalion.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


FRANKLIN  EDWARD  WEAVER 
m  of  Franklin  Weaver  and  Christlanna 

Reed.     Born  Dec.   23,   1848,   Salt  Laka 
ty.    Resides  at  Bennington,  Idaho. 


WALLACE   WATSON  WEAVER 
Son    of    Franklin     Edward     Weaver    and 
Christianna  Graham.     Born  Feb.  27,  1884. 


MILES  FRANKLIN  WEAVER 
Son  of  Franklin  Weaver  and  Sarah  Eliza- 
beth Holmes.     Born  Nov.  11.  1857,  Farm- 
inston,  Utah.     Missionary.     Sunday  School 
Supt.      Pres.   Seventies. 


IRA  JONES  WILLIES 
™  Jan.  21,  1812,  New  York.     Came  to 
1847,     Mormon     Battalion.       Elder, 
imer.     Lived  at  Lehi,  Utah. 


JOHN  R.  YOUNG 
Came  to  Utah   Oct.   21,   1847. 


FRANK  A.  YOUNG 

Son  of  John  R.  Young  and  Albina  Terry. 
Born  Jan.  6,  1861,  Payson,  Utah.  Elder. 
School  Trustee.  Farmer. 


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THOMAS  ADAMS 

Son  of  William  Adams,  who  came  to  Utah 
1847,  ami  Mary  Ann  Leach.  Born  Nov.  4, 
1860,  I'arowan,  Utah.  Block  Teacher. 
Attorney. 


ORSON  P.   BADGER 

Born    in    1835,    Waterford,    Caledonia   Co.. 
Vt.     Came  to  Utah  1847. 


ORSON  P.   BADGER,  JR. 
Son   of  Orson    P.    Badger   and    Hliza   .Tar 
Gay.     Born  Oct.  29,  1857,  Salt  Lake  Cit. 


JAMES  WESLEY  BAINBRIDGE 
Son  of  Fred  Nance  Bainbridge,  who  came 
to    Utah    1847,    and    Elizabeth    Hendricks. 
Born  Oct.   21,  1848,  Salt  Lake  City. 


AARON  W.   BEACH 

Son  of  Rufus  Beach,  who  came  to  Utah 
1847,  and  Harriet  Cordelia  Williams. 
Born  Oct.  27,  1847,  Salt  Lake  City. 


NATHANIEL  BEACH 

Born  Dec.  13,  1815,  Massachusetts.  Came 
to  Utah  1847.  Indian  War  Veteran. 
Farmer. 


LYMAN   SMITH  BEACH 
Son  of  Nathaniel  Beach  and   Isabel!  Ada- 
line  Saxton.     Born  May  7,  1849,  Salt  Lake 
City.     Bishop  Molen  Ward.     Black  Hawk 
Indian  War  veteran. 


FRANCIS  HENRY  BEACH 

Son  of  Lyman  Smith  Beach  and  Ma 
Jane  Sutiiff.  Born  Nov.  5,  1877,  Man 
Utah.  Farmer  and  Sheepraiser. 


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JOHN  A.   BOUCK 

Horn  1798  in  New  York  State.  Came  to 
rtah  in  1847.  High  Priest.  Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM  C.  BOUCK 
Son    of    John    A.    Bouck    and    Elizabeth 
Howell.      Born    May    25,    1854,    Salt    Lake 
City.     Elder.     Farmer  and  Freighter. 


AARON  BENJAMIN  CHERRY 
Born    Feb.     21,     1801,     Hamilton    County, 
Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  1847. 


JOHN  JAMES  CHERRY 
•>on  of  Aaron  Benjamin  Cherry  and  Mar- 
'aret    Yelton.      Born    Jan.    13,    1834,    Pen- 
leton  County,  Ky. 


JOHN  JAMES  "CHERRY,  JR. 


Son  of  John  James  Cherry  and  Laura 
Bratton.  Born  Oct.  16,  1857,  Centerville, 
Utah. 


EBENEZER  GRIFFIN  CHERRY 
Born    in    Pennsylvania.      Came    to    Utah 
1847.     Farmer. 


JOSEPH   CHERRY 

•iii  <>f  Ebenezer  Griffin  Cherry  and  Mary 
>  hum-way.     Born   1865,   Utah. 


ERASTUS  CURTIS 

Son  of  Uriah  Curtis,  who  came  to  Utah 
1847,  and  Phoebe  Martin.  Born  May  15, 
1828,  Georgetown,  Ohio. 


JOHN  SOLOMON  CURTIS 
Son   of  Erastus  Curtis  and  Joanna   Price 
Fullmer.       Born    April    19,    1863,    Moroni, 
Utah.    High  Priest    Farmer  and  Stockman. 


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GEORGE   PRESTON  DAVIS 
Came  to  Utah  1847.     High  Priest.     Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


ZACHARIAH    WISE    DERRICK 
Born  March  1,   1814,  Heysham,  Somerset- 
shire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  1847. 


JAMES   DIAMOND 

Born  June  22,  1833,  Crossland,  County 
Kerry,  Ireland.  Came  to  Utah  1847,  Inde- 
pendent Company.  Did  first  plowing  at 
Manti. 


LEONARD  LORUS  DIAMOND 
Son    of    James    Diamond    and    Mary    Ann 
Burton.      Born   May   21,    1875,    Sprinsville, 
Utah. 


ALFRED   CHARLES   FORD 
Born  Sept.  28,  1833,  Tipton,  Staffordshire 
Eng.     Came  to   Utah   1847. 


REVILO   FULLER 
Born  Oct.    8,   1843,  Winclham,  Greene  Co. 
N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  1847. 


ALPHONZO  GREEN 

Born  July  8,  1810,  Brookfleld,  N.  Y.    Came 
to  Utah  1847. 


ALVA  ALPHONZO  GREEN 
Son   of  Alphonzo  Green   and   Betsey   Mur- 
dock.     Seventy.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


C.  B.  HANCOCK 

Born  1823,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Came  t 
Utah  1847  with  an  Independent  Compan\ 
Second  Bishop  of  Payson,  Utah.  Farmei 
Stockraiser. 


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C.    B.   HANCOCK,  JR. 

Son  of  C.  B.  Hancock  and  Samantha  Raw- 
son.     Born   Jan.   1,   1851. 


GEORGE  W.   HEDGES 
Born  June   20,   1842,    Surrey,   Eng. 
to  Utah  1847.     Musician. 


Came 


JOSEPH   LELAND  HEYWOOD 
Trustee    in    Trust   at    Xauvoo,    111.      First 
V.  S.  Marshal  Utah.     Commissioner  to  es- 
tablish Territorial  Boundary.      Postmaster 
Territory  West  of  Missouri  River. 


B.   B.   HEYWOOD 

Son  of  Joseph  Leland  Heywood.  Stockman. 
1'nited  States  Marshal.  Hotelkeeper.  An 
acknowledged  "Prince"  of  Friendship. 


ARCHIBALD    N.    HILL 
Son  of  Alexander  Hill  and  Elizabeth  Cur- 
ry.    Born  Aug.  20,  1816,  Johnstown,  Ren- 
frewshire,  Scotland.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
27,  1847,  A.  O.  Smoot  Company. 


WILLIAM  T.  HOPKINS 
Father  of  the  wife  of  Moses  Thatcher,  Jr. 


H.   B.  JACOBS 
Pioneer  1847 


HENRY   CHAHITON  JACOBS 
Son    of   H.    B.    Jacobs.      He   was   born    on 
the   Chariton   River   in    Iowa   on    the    way 
from  Nauvoo  to  Winter  Quarters.     Bishop 
Ogden,  Utah. 


SAMUEL  LANE  JONES 
Born  April  14,  1828,  Worcestershire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  1847. 


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WILLIAM  MILLER 

Son  of  Eleazer  Miller  and  Rebecca  Rath- 
bone.  Born  June  10,  1832.  Came  to 
Utah  1847.  High  Priest.  Farmer  and 
Freighter. 


WILLIAM    PERRY    MILLER 
Son  of  William  Miller  and   Margaret  Nei- 
baur.      Born    Jan.    7,    1860,    at    Salt    Lake 
City.     Bishop's  Counselor.     Farmer. 


CHARLES    FRANKLIN    MIDDLETON 
Pioneer  1847.     One  of  the  First  Settlers  at 
Ogden.     Counselor  to  President  of  Weber 
Stake. 


ISAAC    MORLEY 

Born  March  11,  1786,  Montague,  Mass. 
Came  to  Utah  1847.  Patriarch.  First 
settler  of  Manti,  Utah. 


RICHARD  SMITH  NORWOOD 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6,  1847. 


ALMA  PRATT 

Brother    of    Orson    Pratt.      Farmer    and 
Road  Builder. 


PKTER   XEBEKER 
Relative    of    W.    S.    Mason    of    Riverside, 


WILLIAM  RHODES 

Pioneer,  Discoverer  and  Explorer  of 
Rhodes  Valley  and  Discoverer  of  Gold  in 
Eastern  Utah. 


GEORGE  F.   RICHARDS 
Member  of  the  Quorum  of  Twelve  Apostles 
of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter- 
day  Saints, 


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VINCENT  SHURTLEFF 
Born  May  14,   1814.     Came  to  Utah   1847. 
Missionary  to  England  1851  ;  School  Trus- 
tee in   Mill  Creek.     Farmer ;   Stockraiser. 


HARRISON  TUTTLE  SHURTLEFF 
Son    of    Vincent    Shurtleff    and    Elizabeth 
Loomls.     Born  Jan.  1,  1841,  Russell,  Mass. 
Member   of  the  Constitutional   Convention 
in  1895. 


HARRISON    SMITH    SHURTLEFF 
Son  of  Harrison  Tuttle  Shurtleff  and  Nel- 
lie Smith.     Born  Dec.  7,  1867. 


LEVEN  SIMMONS 

Born  Feb.  1,  1812,  Mead  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah,  1847,  Capt.  Cowell  Oxteam 
Company.  Indian  War  Veteran.  Served 
in  Echo  Canyon  War. 


J.   D.   SKEEN 
Resides  at  Ogden,  Utah. 


AMMON  SIMMONS 

Son  of  Leven  Simmons  and  Harriet  Brad- 
ford. Born  in  1860.  Resides  at  Spanish 
Fork,  Utah. 


LYMAN  SKEEN 
Ogden,  Utah. 


JOSEPH    SKEEN 
Came  to  Utah  1847.    Ogden,  Utah. 


DANIEL  SMITH 

Came     to     Utah     1847.     Lived     at  Uinta 
Weber   County,   Utah. 


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THOMAS  S.   SMITH 
tori'attje  I  °f  Thomas  Abb°tt   of  Farming- 


NATHANIAL  SMITH 
Came  to  Utah  1847. 


CORAL  SPAULDING 

Son  of  Ira  Spauldinj,',  the  son  of  Ira  N. 
fepauldins,  who  came  to  Utah  1847,  and 
Rebecca  Stimson.  Born  Aug.  31,  1881, 
Uinta,  Utah.  Machinist. 


THOMAS   SPEIRS 

mT  •V&'.r14'  1804'  in  Scotlan<l-  Came  to 
Utah  1847.  Seventy.  Blacksmith.  Re- 
sided at  10th  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City 


ADAM  SPEIRS 

Son  of  Thomas  Speirs  and  Mary  Corchran 
Born  July  7,  1834,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.     Came 

Amasa  M- 


GEORGE  SPEIRS 

Son  of  Thomas  Speirs  and  Mary  Corchran 
Born  Nov.  6,  1837,  Pennsylvania.  Seventy. 
Blacksmith. 


WILLIAM  H.   SPEIRS 
Son   of  Georpe  Speirs  and  Adeline 

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LEVI   STEWART 
Came  to  Utah  1847. 


JOHN  R.  STEWART 
Ogden,   Utah. 


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JOHN  TAYLOR 
Father  of  John  A.  Taylor  of  Ogden,  Utah. 


JOSEPH  TAYLOR 

Father  of  the  wife  of  Emuel  Bachman  of 
(Harrisville)  Ogden,  Utah.  Came  to  Utah 
1847,  contingent  of  Mormon  Battalion. 


CHAUNCEY  TURNER 

Son  of  Thomas  Turner  and  Betsy  Bishop 
of  New  York  and  Michigan.  Born  May  19, 
1800,  New  Hampshire.  Came  to  Utah 
1847.  Farmer. 


WILFORD   TUTTLE 

Son  of  Newton  Tuttle,  who  came  to  Utah 
1847,  and  Emily  A.  Stone.  Born  March 
7,  1867. 


ELISHA  W1LCOX 
24,    1809,    Delaware    County, 
High    Priest. 


Born     Oct. 

Pa.      Came   to   Utah    1847. 

Farmer. 


GEORGE  ALBERT  WILCOX 
Sc.n    of   Elisha   Wilcox    and   Anna    Pickle. 
Horn  Sept.  10,  1853,  Pleasant  Grove,  Utah. 
I'.lder;    Pres.   Teachers'   Quorum.      Deputy 
Sheriff  of  Carbon  County. 


ALMA   WILCOX 

Son  of  George  Albert  Wilcox  and  .Matilda 
Nielson.      Born   July   14,   1882. 


CHAUNCEY   WALKER  WEST 
Born  Feb.  6,  1827,  Orange  Township,  Erie 
Co.,   Pa.     Came  to  Utah   1847.      Bishop  of 
1st    Ward    at    Ogden.      Member    House    of 
Representatives. 


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JOSEPH  ALVA  WEST 

Son  of  Chauncey  Walker  West  and  Mary 
Hoagland.  Born  Sept.  12,  1851,  Salt  Lake 
City.  High  Councilor.  Major  of  Cavalry 
in  Utah  Militia. 


FRANKLIN   LORENZO  WEST 
Son   of   Joseph   Alva   West  and    Josephine 
Richards.       Born     Feb.     1,     1885,     Ogden, 
ITtah.    Professor  Utah  Agricultural  College. 


DENNIS   WILSON   WINN 
Son    of    Miner    Winn    and    Nancy    Wilson. 
Born    Dec.    11,    1826,    Mobile,    Ala. 
Priest.      Indian   War  Veteran. 


JAMES  MARKS  WORKS 
Born   Oct.    5,    1821,   Aurelius,   Cayuga  Co., 
N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  1847.     High  Priest ; 
Patriarch. 


THOMAS  RHOADES 

Was  in  Utah  in  1846  with  the  trappers 
and  fur  hunters.  Seventy.  Scout.  Farmer, 
Stockraiser  and  Prospector. 


JIM   BRIDGER 

Guide,  trapper  before  the  Pioneers  came, 
and  is  said  to  have  offered  the  Pioneers  a 
bushel  of  gold  for  a  bushel  of  corn  raisn] 
in  Salt  Lake  Valley.  For  whom  Fort 
Bridger  was  named. 


JACK    ROBINSON 

Early  pioneer  and  associate  of  Jim 
Bridger.  Guide  and  trapper  before  the 
Pioneers  came. 


KANOSH 

Chief  of  the  Pauvante  Indians  with  whom 
a  treaty  of  peace  ending  the  Black  Hawk 
War  was  made  in  May,  1854,  on  Chicken 
Creek,  Juab  Co.,  Utah. 


WASHAK1E 
Chief  of  the  Shoshone  Indians,  a  peace- 
able Indian  and  a  great  friend  of  the 
I'ioneers. 


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JAMES  STEPHENS  BROWN 
Born    July    4,    1828,    Davidson    Co.,    N.    C. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    28,    1848,    Mormon 
Battalion.      Lived  at   Salt   Lake   City. 


JOSEPH  DOBSON 

Born  in  June,  1805,  Chestershire,  Kng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Mormon  Battalion. 
Member  Mormon  Battalion. 


THOMAS  F.  DOBSON 
Son     of    Joseph     Dobson     and     Elizabeth 
Frain.      Born   Feb.   19,    1837,    Macclesfleld, 
Chestershire,  .Eng.     Came  to  Utah  in  1850, 
Warren  Foote  Company.     Seventy. 


MATTHEW    PHELPS   FIFIELD 
Son  of  Levi   Joseph   Fifleld,   who  came   to 
I'tah  June  5,  1848,  Mormon  Battalion,  and 
Amy  Tracy.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1848, 
William  G.   Perkins  Company. 


WILLIAM   PHELPS   FIFIELD 
Son    of    Matthew    Phelps    Fifield    and    Re- 
becca Ann   Hoopes.      Born  April    10,   1870, 
Western,  Idaho.    Clerk  of  Rockland  Ward. 


WILLIAM  JOHN   FIFIELD 
Son    of    Levi    Joseph    Fifleld    and    Sarah 
Smith. 


WILLIAM   TILLMON   FOLLETTE 
Born  March  26,  1819,  in  New  York.     Came 
to  Utah  June  5,   1848,   Mormon    Battalion 
Company.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


ORIN  HATCH 

Son  of  Ira  Stearns  Hatch  and  Wealthy 
Bradford.  Born  May  9,  1830,  Farmers- 
ville,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Mor- 
mon Battalion.  Patriarch. 


WILLIAM  IRA  HATCH 
Son  of  Orin  Hatch  and  Maria  Thompson. 
Born  March  10,   1857,  Eagle  Valley,  Car- 
son Co.,  Nev.     Bishop's  Counselor.    County 
Commissioner. 


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IRA  STEARXS  HATCH 
Born    Feb.    9,    1800,    Winchester,    Cheshire 
Co.,    N.    H.      Came  to  Utah   in   September, 
1849.     Enoch     Reese    Company.       Member 
Mormon  Battalion. 


MELTIAR   HATCH 

Son  of  Ira  Stearns  Hatch  and  Wealthy 
Bradford.  Born  July  15,  1825,  Catarau- 
KUS,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  October, 
1849,  Enoch  Reese  Company.  Bishop. 


JOHN  H.   HATCH 

Son  of  Meltiar  Hatch  and  Mary  A.  Ellis 
Born  July  22,  1857,  Carson  Valley,  Ne- 
vada. Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


WALTER  HATCH 
Son  of  Orin  Hatch  and  Maria  Thompson 
Born  April  17,  1868,  South  Bountiful 
Utah.  Bishop  Oxford  Ward,  Idaho. 


STEARNS  HATCH 
Son  of  Ira  Stearns  Hatch  and  Jane  B. 
McKechine.  Born  Dec.  6,  1853,  Bountiful 
Utah.  Bishop  South  Bountiful  Ward. 


ABRAM   HATCH 
Son    of   Ira    Stearns   Hatch   and    Jane   B. 
McKechine.      Born    June    22,    1857     South 
Bountiful,    Utan.      Engineer   for   O     S     i 
R.  R.  Co. 


JOSEPH EUS    HATCH 


WILLIAM  EDSON  HATCH 


JAMES  I.  HATCH 


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SHADRACH   HOLDAWAY 
Born  Oct.    15,   1822,   in   Tennessee.      Came 
to  Utah  Oct.   24,   1848,  Mormon  Battalion. 
Macie   first    Threshing   Machines    in    Utah. 
Rancher ;   Farmer. 


WILLIAM   SHADRACH   HOLDAWAY 
Born  Dec.  12,  1851,  Provo,  Utah.     Member 
123rd   Quorum   Seventies.      Member    Provo 
City  Council   1894-96-98.     Mechanical  En- 
gineer. 


WILLIAM    S.    HOLDAWAY,   JR. 
Born  June  5,  1873,  Provo,  Utah.     Doctor  of 
Dental  Surgery.     Professor  of  Music. 


AMOS  DAVID  HOLDAWAY 
[Son  of  Shadrach   Holdaway   and    Luclnda 
lHaws.      Born  Jan.   23,   1853,   Provo,    Utah. 
Provo    City    Councilman     1888-89;    Utah 
County  Commissioner  14  yrs.  High  Priest. 


ELMER  T.  HOLDAWAY 
Son  of  Amos  David  Holdaway  and  Lyilia 
Thrower.     Born  Oct.  13,  1879,  Provo,  Utah. 
Elder.      Farmer   and    Dairyman.      Resides 
at  Provo,  Utah. 


JOHN  MADISON  HOLDAWAY 
Son  of  Shatlrach   Holdaway  and   Lucinda 
Haws.     Born  April  30,  1854,  Provo,  Utah. 
President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.     Civil  Engineer. 


LOGAN  GILBERT  HOLDAWAY 
[Son  of  Shadrach   Holdaway  and   Lucinda 
Haws.     Born  Aug.   1,   1859,   Provo,    Utah. 
Deputy  Assessor  of  Utah   County  several 
terms.     Carpenter.     Real   Estate. 


ANDREW  NATHAN  HOLDAWAY 
Son   of   Shadrach   Holdaway   and   Lucinda 
Haws.      Born   Dec.   27,   1864,   Provo,  Utah. 
Missionary     to     West     Virginia     1893-94. 
Miner  and  Stockralser. 


ZADOK  KNAPP  JUDD 
Born  Oct.  15,  1827,  in  Canada.     Came  to 
Utah   in   September,    1848.     Bishop   Santa 
Clara  Ward.     Member  Company   E,  Mor- 
mon Battalion. 


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ASA  W.    JUDD 

Son  of  Zadok  Knapp  Judd  and  Mary  Mi- 
nerva Dart.  Born  Aug.  28,  1868.  Bishop 
Fredonia  Ward. 


CALVIN  WHITE  MORE 
Born  July  21,  1827,  Taunton,  Mass.    Came 
to  Utah  in  1848,  Contingent  Mormon  Bat- 
talion.    Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  SMITH  MUIR 
Born    July    17,    1822,    Bannockburn, '  Scot- 
land.     Came    to    Utah    in    1848,    Mormon 
Battalion,  Company  C.     Farmer. 


MOSES  MUIR 

Son  of  William  S.  Muir  and  Jane  Robb. 
Born  May  11,  1852,  Bountiful,  Utah.  High 
Priest.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Justice  of 
Peace  for  four  years. 


ROBERT  PIXTON 

Born  Feb.  27,  1819,  Manchester,  Lanca- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1848, 
Mormon  Battalion. 


WILLARD  PIXTON 
Son     of     Robert     Pixton     and     Elizabet 
Cooper.      Born    Nov.    4,    1854,    Salt    Lake 
City.      One    of   Presidents    115th    Quorum 
Seventies. 


GEORGE  PICKUP,   JR. 
Son  of  George  Pickup,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  24,  1848,  Contingent  Mormon  Battal- 
ion, and  Eliza  Haws.    Born  March  8,  1860, 
Salt  Lake  City. 


GEORGE  WASHINGTON  TAGGART 
Born   Nov.    6,    1816,   at    Peterborough,   N. 
H.     Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Mormon  Bat- 
talion.    High  Priest.     Carpenter  ;  Farmer. 


HENRY   MILTON    TAGGART 
Son  of  George   W.   Taggart   and   Clarissa 
M.  Rogers.     Born  March  9,  1875,  at  Rich- 
ville,   Utah.     Seventy  ;   Missionary  ;   Block 
Teacher.    Lumber  Merchant. 


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JOHN  S.  WHITE 

Born  Feb.  15,  1818,  Keyport,  N.  J.  Came 
to  Utah  in  September,  1848,  Mormon  Bat- 
talion. Member  of  Scott's  Artillery  in 
Illinois  in  1846. 


JOHN  S.  WHITE,  JR. 

Son  of  John  S.  White  and  Ann  Eliza  Ev- 
erett. Born  March  16,  1867,  Farmington, 
Utah.  President  School  Board.  Farmer ; 
Publisher. 


SAMUEL    STEPHEN    WHITE 
Born    April    8,    1821,    Chittenden    County, 
Vermont.      Came   to   Utah   in   1848,   Inde- 
pendent Company.     Member  Mormon  Bat- 
talion.    School  Trustee ;  Constable. 


CHARLES  SAMUEL  WHITE 
Son  of  Samuel   Stephen  White  and  Cath- 
erine Foutz.     Born  Sept.  27,  1850,  Cotton- 
mmil,  Salt  Lake  Co.,  Utah.     Farmer  and 
Stockman. 


HENRY  G.   BOYLE 
Born  March   7,   1824,   in   Virginia, 
to  Utah  June  5,  1848. 


WILLIAM   HENRY   BOYLE 

Came  Son  of  Henry  G.  Boyle  and  Keziah  D. 
Holliday.  Born  Feb.  19,  1851,  Ogden, 
Utah.  City  Councilman,  Sanlaquin,  Utah. 


GEORGE  DAVIS  GRANT 
•Son  of  Joshua  Grant  and  Thalia  Howard. 
Born  Sept.  10,  1812,  Windsor,  N.  Y.  For 
whom  Grantsville,  Utah,  was  named. 
Came  to  Utah  in  June,  1848.  Trader  and 
Farmer. 


WILLIAM  HARDIN  ASHBY 
Born  July  16,   1839,   Salem,  Mass.     Came 
to    Utah    Sept.    20,    1848,    Brigham   Young 
Company.     Resided  Holden,  Utah. 


RODNEY   BADGER  ASHBY 
Son  of  William  Hardin  Ashby  and  Nancy 
Maria   Badger.      Born  Oct.   26,   1872,   Hol- 
den, Utah.     Bishop  of  Leamington  Ward, 
Utah. 


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RICHARD  BALLANTYNE 
Born    Aug.    26,    1817,    Earlston,    Berwick, 
Scotland.     Came   to  Utah   Sept.   20,   1848, 
Brigham  Young  Company.     Missionary  to 
India    1852.      Farmer;    Merchant;    Editor. 


RICHARD  ALANDO   BALLANTYNE 
Son    of   Richard    Ballantyne    and    Huldah 
Meriah  Clark.     Born  June  1,  1848,  on  Elk- 
horn   River,    Neb.      Missionary.      Farmer ; 
Bookkeeper. 


JOHN  T.  BALLANTYNE 
Son    of    Richard    Ballantyne    and    Meriah 
Clark.    Born  Dec.  28,  1857,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Bishop  ;  High  Priest.  Farmer  ;  Bookkeeper. 


THOMAS  H.  BALLANTYNE 
Son  of  Richard  Ballantyne  and  Caroline 
Elbertine  Sanderson.  Born  Dec.  12,  1858. 
Nephi,  Utah.  Chief  of  Police.  Contractor 
and  Builder. 


ISRAEL  BARLOW,  I. 

Born  Sept.  13,  1806,  Granville,  Mass.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1848,  Brigham  Young 
Company.  Patriarch.  Pioneer  Nursery- 
man. 


ISRAEL  BARLOW,  II. 
Son  of  Israel  Barlow  and  Elizabeth  Have 
Born  Sept.  5,  1842,  Nauvoo,  111.    Patriarch. 
Member  Utah  Militia.  Pioneer  Dry  Farmer. 


ISRAEL   BARLOW,   III. 
Son    of    Israel    Barlow,    II.,    and    Annie 
Yeates.      Born    May    17,    1864,    Bountiful, 
Utah.     President  74th  Quorum  Seventies. 
School  Teacher.     Farmer. 


TRUMAN   H.    BARLOW 
Son  of  Israel  Barlow,  I.,  and  Lucy  Heap. 
Born     June     12,     1857,     Bountiful,     Utah. 
Bishop's   Counselor.      Farmer   and    Stock- 
raiser. 


NORMAN  INGLES  BLISS 
Born  Aug.  19,  1819.     Came  to  Utah  Sept 
20,  1848,  Brigham  Young  Company. 


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NORMAN  INGLES  BLISS,  JR. 
Son    of    Norman    Ingles    Bliss    and    Lydia 
Stout.      Born    Jan.    24,    1875,    Toquerville, 
Utah. 


BENJAMIN  BROWN 

Born  Sept.  30,  1794,  Queensbury,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Brigham 
Young  Company.  Bishop  4th  Ward,  Salt 
Lake  City. 


LORENZO  BROWN 

Son  of  Benjamin  Brown  and  Sarah  Mum- 
ford.  Born  Feb.  2,  1823,  Chautauqua,  N.  Y. 


EDWARD   MUMFORD   BROWN 
Son  of  Lorenzo  Brown  and  Frances  Cros- 
by.     Born   Jan.    1,    1849,    Salt   Lake   City. 
Indian  War  Veteran.  Mayor  of  St.  George. 


ALEXANDER  BULLOCK 
Son  of  James  Bullock  and  Mary  Hill. 
Born  Sept.  22,  1838,  in  Canada.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Brigham  Young  Com- 
pany. High  Priest.  Marshal  Pleasant 
Grove. 


WILLIAM  BURGESS,  JR. 
Son  of  William  Burgess,  who  came  to 
Utah  Sept.  22,  1848,  Brigham  Young  Com- 
pany, and  Violate  Stockwell.  Born  March 
1,  1822,  Putnam  County,  N.  Y.  High 
Priest.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILMER  BURGESS 


Son  of  William  Burgess,  Jr.,  and   Mariah 
Pulsipher. 


WALLACE  KENDALL  BURNHAM 
Born  Jan.  24,  1838,  Woodstock,  111.    Came 
to   Utah    Sept.    20,    1848,    Brigham    Young 
Company.     Bishop's  Counselor.     Mayor  of 
Richmond. 


WILLIAM  CARRUTH 
Son    of    William    Carruth,    who    came    to 
Utah  Sept.  23,  1848,  Brigham  Young  Com- 
pany, and  Margaret  Ellwood.     Born  April 
29,   1850,  Murray,  Utah.     High  Councilor. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


SIMEON  ADAMS  DUNN 
Born  Aug.  7,  1803,  Williamstown,  Ontario 
Co.  (now  Groveland,  Livington  Co.),  N.  Y. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    27,    1848,    Brigham 
Young  Company.     Seventy. 


JOSEPH  MORONI  DUNN 
Son    of    Simeon    Adams    Dunn    and    Jane 
Caldwell.      Born    Feb.    12,    1847,    Winter 
Quarters,  Iowa.     High  Priest.     City  Coun- 
cilman. 


CHARLES  OSCAR  DUNN 
Son  of  Simeon  Adams  Dunn  and  Harriet 
Silver.     Born  Oct.  13,  1855,  Brigham  City. 
Utah.     Bishop  College  Ward. 


WILLIAM  FLINT 
Born  Jan.  28,  1814,  Spafford,  Onondaga 
Co.,  N.  Y.  uame  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1848, 
Brigham  Young  Company.  Indian  War 
Veteran. 


JOSEPH  GRAFTON  HOVEY 
Born  Nov.  17,  1812,  Middlesex  County, 
Mass.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1848,  Brig- 
ham  Young  Company.  First  Bishop  of 
Millville. 


JAMES  A.  HOVEY 
Son  of  Joseph  Grafton  Hovey  and  Lusa 
nan   E.   Goodridge.      Born  June   13,   1858 
Salt  Lake  City.    Ward  Clerk ;  School  Trus 
tee  15  years. 


CHARLES  KENNEDY 

Born  July  1.  1807,  in  New  York.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  23,  1848,  Bripham  Young  Com- 
pany. High  Priest. 


A,  H.  LITTLE 
Resides  at  Salt  Lake  City.     Real  Estate. 


WILLIAM   D.   LIVINGSTON 
Mt.  Pleasant,  Utah.      Farmer  and  Dealei 
in   irrigated    lands   and    colonization   pro 
jects. 


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JOHN  MELLEN  t 

Born   Aug.    18,    1813,    in    Lancastershire,  . 
Kng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Brig- 
ham     Young     Company.        High      Priest. 
Stonemason. 


JOHN   R.   MELLEN 

Son  of  John  Mellen  and  Jane  Ramsden. 
Born  May  27,  1838,  Bolton,  Eng.  Pony 
Express  Rider.  Veteran  Black  Hawk  In- 
dian War  ;  Miner  ;  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  H.  MELLEN 
Son   of   John   Mellen   and   Jane   Ramsden. 
Born  April  11,  1848,  Winter  Quarters,  Neb. 
Seventy.     Contractor. 


JOSEPH  MOSS 

<on  of  John  Moss,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
848,   Brigham  Young  Company,   and   Re- 
'iccca  Wood.     Born  Aug.  10,  1850,  Bounti- 
ul,  Utah.     High  Priest.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  MOSS 

Son    of    John    Moss    and    Rebecca    Wood. 
Bishop  of  West  Bountiful  Ward. 


ALEXANDER  NEIBAUR 
Born   Jan.   8,   1808,    Ehrenbreitstein,   near 
Coblenz,    Hessen    Nassau,    Prussia,    Ger- 
many.   Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Brig- 
ham  Young  Company. 


WILLIAM  PACE 

>rn  July  3,  1806,  Rutford  County,  Ten- 
•ssee.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1848, 
righam  Young  Company.  Bishop  of 
>anish  Fork  1852-56.  Postmaster. 


HARVEY  ALEXANDER  PACE 
Son  of  William  Pace  and  Margaret  Nich- 
ols.     Born    Oct.    12,     1833,    Murfreesboro, 
Rutford  Co.,  Tenn.     Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 
Justice  of  Peace. 


WILLIAM  H.  PACE,  JR. 

Son  of  William  H.  Pace  and  Hannah  God- 
dard.  Born  April  7,  1875,  New  Harmony, 
Utah.  Treasurer  of  Emery  County.  Sher- 
iff of  Emery  County. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


JOHN  HARDISON  PACE 
Son  of  Harvey  Alexander  Pace  and  Eliza- 
beth Ann  Redd.     Born  Nov.  1,  1856.    Mem- 
ber Price  Town  Board. 


JAMES  FRANKLIN  PACE 
Son  of  Harvey  Alexander  Pace  and  Eliza- 
beth Redd.     Born  April  30,  1858,  Spanish 
Fork,  Utah.    High  Priest ;  President  Y.  M. 
M.   I.    A.  ;    Superintendent   Sunday    School. 


HENRY  A.   PACE 

Son  of  James  F.  Pace  and  Mary  E.  Mathis 
Born  Aug.  23,  1884,  New  Harmony,  Utah 
Stake  Sunday  School  Superintendent 
President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  Farmer. 


HENRY  A.   PACE 

Son  of  Harvey  A.  Pace  and  Susan  E.  Keel. 
Born  April  22,   1877. 


WILLIAM  WINES  PHELPS 
Born  Feb.   17,   1792,  Hanover,   Morris  Co., 
N.  J.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  16,  1848,  Brig- 
ham  Young  Company.     Speaker,  House  of 
Legislature. 


HENRY  ENON  PHELPS 
Son   of  William  Wines   Phelps   and   Sail: 
Waterman.      Born   Oct.    31,    1828,    Canan 
daigua,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848.   Mem 
ber  of  Historian's  Omce.     Merchant. 


JOSHUA  ALMA  PHELPS 
Son    of    Henry    Enon     Phelps    and    Mary 
Catherine  Micklejohn.  Born  Sept.  10,  1879. 


JOEL   RICKS 

Born  Feb.  18,  1804,  Trigg  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1848,  Heber  C. 
Kimball  Company.  Treasurer  of  Cache 
County. 


THOMAS  E.  RICKS 
Son  of  Joel  Ricks  and  Eleanor  Mart" 
Born  July  21,  1828,  Trigg  County,  K 
President  Fremont  Stake.  Founder  Rict 
Academy,  Rexburg,  Idaho. 


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THOMAS  E.  RICKS,  JR. 
Son  of  Thomas  E.  Ricks  Snd  Tabitha  Hen- 
•  Iric-ks.      Born    Dec.    3,    1855,     Centerville, 
t'tah.     Bishop  1st  Ward,  Rexburg,  Idaho. 
Mayor  of  Rexburg. 


ROBERT    SNYDER 

Born  March  5,  1810.  Came  to  Utah  in 
1848,  Brigham  Young  Company.  High 
Priest.  Gardener. 


ROBERT  A.  SNYDER 
Son  of  Robert  Snyder  and  Almeda  Melissa 
Ltvermore.     Born  March  23,  1854,  Payson, 
Utah.      High    Priest ;    Bishop's    Counselor. 
School   Trustee. 


D.    O.    RIDEOUT 
State  Senator ;  Member  of  the  Legislature 
several  terms.     Draper,   Utah. 


JUDSON    LYMAX    STODDARD 
Born    April    13,     1823,    Bastard,    Canada. 
Came    to    Utah    in    1848,    Brigham    Young 
Company.      Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Vet- 
eran.     County  Attorney   1858. 


JUDSON   LYMAN    STODDARD,    JR. 
Son  of  Judson  Lyman  Stoddard  and  Rhoda 
Chase.     Born  May  22,  1849,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Lives  at  Farmington,  Utah.     Farmer. 


JUDSON    TOLMAN  ' 

Horn    July    14,     1826,     Kennebec    County, 

laine.    Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Bri«- 

nam  Young  Company.     Bishop  Chesterfield 


JUDSON  A.   TOLMAN 

Son  of  Judson  Tolman  and  Sarah  L.  Hoi- 
brook.  Born  Feb.  25,  1850,  Tooele,  Utah. 
Bishop  Chesterfield  Ward.  Patriarch. 
Member  Nauvoo  Legion. 


JESSE  TURPIN 

Born  June  22,  1816,  Stewart  County, 
Tenn.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Brig- 
ham  Young  Company.  Seventy.  Harness 
Maker. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN  OF   UTAH— 1848 


STEPHEN  W.  TAYLOR 


Born  Dec.  25,  1835,  Yorkshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  12,  1848,  Brigham  Young 
Company.  High  Priest.  Indian  War  Vet. 


HANMER  D.  TAYLOR 
Son    of    Stephen   W.    Taylor    and    Harriet 


ELIAS  VAN  FLEET 

Born  in  1839,  Livingston  County,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1848,  Brighain 
Young  Company.  President  74th  Quorum 
Seventies.  Lieutenant  in  Indian  War. 


JOHN  A.  WAITE 

Born  April  16,  1838,  Cincinnati,  Greene 
Co.,  Ind.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1848, 
Brigham  Young  Company.  High  Priest. 


DANIEL  HANMER  WELLS 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    20,    1848,    Brigham 
Young  Company.    Member  first  Presidency 
Church  Jesus  Christ  L.  D.  S. 


RULON  SEYMOUR  WELLS 
Son  of  Daniel  Hanmer  Wells  and  Louis 
Free.  Born  July  7,  1854,  Salt  Lake  City 
One  of  seven  Presidents  of  Seventies. 


ALEXANDER  WILLIAMS 
Born  in  Georgia.     Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 
Brigham    Young  Company.      Counselor   to 
Bishop  Blackburn  of  Provo,  Utah.     Coun- 
ty  Sheriff. 


NATHANIEL  WILLIAMS 
Son  of  Alexander  Williams  and  Isabell 
Gill.  Born  Feb.  26,  1835,  Galland  Point, 
near  Nauvoo,  111.  Pioneer  Sawmill  and 
Lumberman. 


WILLIAM  ALVAH  WILLIAMS 
Son  of  Nathaniel  Williams  and  Eliza 
Helen  Wall.  Born  Dec.  9,  1869,  Provo, 
Utah.  Missionary  to  Sandwich  Islands; 
Bishop's  Counselor.  Plumber. 


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DANIEL  WOOD 

'ame  to  Utah  in  1848,  Brigham  Young 
'ompany.  The  founder  of  Wood's  Cross, 
itah. 


DANIEL   C.    WOOD 

Son  of  Daniel  Wood  and  Peninah  S.  Cot- 
ton. Born  Jan.  27,  1847.  Assisted  in 
bringing  immigrants  to  Utah  in  1868. 


EDWIN  DILWORTH  WOOLLEY 
Born  June  28,   1807,  Chester  County,   Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848  with  Brigham  Young 
Company. 


SAMUEL  WICKERSHAM  WOOLLEY 
in  of  Edwin  Dilworth  Woolley  and  Mary 
"ickersham.     Born  April  2,  1840,  Nauvoo. 
1.     Came  to  Utah  1848,  Brigham  Young 
ompany.     Patriarch. 


SAMUEL   EDWIN  WOOLLEY 
Son  of  Samuel  W.  Woolley  and  Maria  An- 
gell.      Born    Oct.    22,    1859,    at    Salt    Lake 
City.      President   Hawaiian    Mission   1895- 
1902;  President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.,  Tooele. 


HORACE  WICKERSHAM  WOOLLEY 
Son  of  Samuel  Wickersham  Woolley  and 
Maria  Angel.      Born  Dec.  9,  1864,  Grants- 
ville,     Utah.     High     Councilor.     Farmer, 
Stockraiser  and  Sheepman. 


KDWIN  DILWORTH  WOOLLEY,  JR. 
>n  of  Edwin  Dilworth  Woolley  and  Mary 
'ickersham  Woolley.  Born  April  30,  1845, 
auvoo,  111.    President  Kanah  Stake. 


WILLIAM  BURTON 
The  father  of  Robert  Taylor  Burton. 


ROBERT    TAYLOR    BURTON 
Born  Oct.  25,  1821,  Amhurstburg,  Ontario, 
Canada.     Came    to    Utah    Sept.    23,    1848, 
Capt.    Allen    Division    of    Brigham    Young 
Company.        Member  Nauvoo  Legion. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


WILLIAM  SHIPLEY  BURTON 
Son  of  Robert  Taylor  Burton  and  Mariah 
Haven.      Born    Sept.    27,    1850,    Salt    Lake 
City.     Bishop's  Counselor.     County  Sheriff. 


GERMAN  ELLSWORTH,  JR. 
Son  of  German  Ellsworth  and  Experience 
Brown.      Born    Sept.    27,    1848,    Salt   Lake 
City.     Bishop's  Counselor.     City  Council- 
man.    Farmer  and  Fruitgrower. 


GERMAN  EDGAR  ELLSWORTH 
Son  of  German  Ellsworth,  Jr.,  and  Chris 
tena  Parsons.     Born  Oct.  12,  1871,  Payson 
Utah.     President  Northern  States  Mission 
Chicago,  111. 


ABSALOM    PENNINGTON    FREE 
Came   to   Utah   in   September,    1848,   Cap- 
tain Allen's  Company.     Farmer. 


J.    S.    FREE 

Son  of  Absalom  Pennington  Free  and  Zina 
Hicks.  Born  Oct.  17,  1868.  Mining  En- 
gineer. 


GEORGE   WASHINGTON   PERKINS 
Son  of  Absalom  Perkins  and  Nancy  Mar- 
tin.     Born    May    1,    1836,    Macedonia,    111. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father  in  Captain  Al- 
len Taylor's  Company. 


WILLIAM  LEWIS  PERKINS 
Son  of  Absalom  Perkins,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1848,  Allen  Taylor  Company,  and 
Nancy  Martin.  Born  June  18,  1819,  White 
County,  Tenn.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  21, 
1850.  President  of  Seventies.  Missionary. 


GEORGE  CARLOS  PERKINS 
Son  of  William  Lewis  Perkins  and  Mar 
Ann  Brown.  Born  May  15,  1845,  Hancoc 
Co.,  111.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  Sunda 
School  Superintendent.  Seventy. 


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141 


WILLIAM  THOMAS  PERKINS 
ton  of  William  Lewis  Perkins  and  Mary 
_nn   Brown.      Born    April    12,    1848,    Pot- 
awattamie  County,  Iowa.     Sheriff;  Coun- 
y  Commissioner.     Ward  Teacher. 


JAMES   BURCH 

Son  of  Daniel  Burch,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  20,  1848,  Lorenzo  Snow  Company, 
and  Ann  Wilson  McClellan.  Born  Dec.  10, 
1835,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 


WILLIAM    BURCH 

Son  of  Daniel  Burch  and  Ann  Wilson  Mc- 
Clellan.    Born  July  4,  1832. 


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ROBERT  McCLELLAN  BURCH 
Son  of  Daniel  Burch  and  Ann  Wilson  Mc- 
Clellan. Born  April  21,  1838,  Hamilton 
County,  Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24, 
1847.  High  Priest.  Farmer  and  Stock- 
raiser. 


EZRA   CHASE 

Born  Feb.  4,  1796,  in  Massachusetts.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Lorenzo  Snow 
Company.  Farmer. 


ENOCH  COVET 

i>n  of  Benjamin  Covey,  who  came  to 
;tah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Lorenzo  Snow  Com- 
iny,  and  Almira  Mack.  Born  Aug.  26, 
37,  Caldwell  County,  Mo. 


WILLIAM  BENJAMIN  COVEY 
Son   of  Enoch  Covey  and  Janett  Carruth 
Young.      Born    July    12,    1867,    Salt    Lake 
City.      Director    Covey    Investment    Com- 
pany.    Farmer. 


HTRUM  COVEY 

Son  of  Benjamin  Covey  and  Almira  Mack. 
Born  Aug.  6,  1843,  in  Illinois.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Lorenzo  Snow  Co. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1848 


WILLIAM  DAVIS 

Born  Sept.  12,  1795,  Union,  Westmoreland 
Co.,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Lorenzo 
Snow  Co.  Bishop  Brigham  City  1851. 


OLIVER  F.  DAVIS 

Son  of  William  Davis  and  Christina  E. 
Fosgren.  Born  Jan.  2,  1859,  Brigham 
City,  Utah.  City  Councilman  at  Brigham 
City. 


GEORGE  WILLIAM  DAVIS 
Son  of  William  Davis  and  Christina  El 
reka  Fosgren.  Born  July  15,  1861,  Brit 
ham  City,  Utah.  Bishop  Avon  Ward. 


GILBERTH   HAWS 

Born  March  10,  1801,  in  Kentucky.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1848,  Lorenzo  Snow- 
Company.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Vet. 


AMOS  WHITCOMB  HAWS 
Son  of  Gilberth  Haws  and  Hannah  Whit- 
comb.      Born    July    10,    1833,    Greentown, 
Wayne  Co.,  111.     High  Priest. 


ALBERT  A.  HAWS 
Son  of  Gilberth  Haws  and  Hannah  Whii 
comb.  Born  Feb.  15,  1837,  Wayne  Count: 
111.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Lorenzo  Sno 
Company.  Seventy. 


GEORGE  WASHINGTON  HAWS 
Son  of  Gilberth  Haws  and  Hannah  Whit- 
comb.     Born  March  12,  1841,  Wayne  Coun- 
ty, 111.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1848,  Lo- 
renzo Snow  Company.     Farmer. 


JOHN  MADISON  HAWS 
Son  of  Gilberth  Haws  and  Hannah  Whit- 
comb.      Born     March      24,      1847,     Wayne 
County,  111.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1848, 
Lorenzo  Snow  Company,    Bishop. 


GILBERTH  OLIVER  HAWS 
Son  of  Gilberth  Haws  and  Hannah  Whi 
comb.  Born  Oct.  8,  1849,  Provo,  Uta 
Seventy. 


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J.  S.  HOUTZ 

Son  of  Christian  Houtz,  who  came  to  Utah 
:  Sept.  22,  1848,  Lorenzo  Snow  Company, 
'and  Susan  Pawling.  Born  in  1833,  in 
,  Pennsylvania.  Came  to  Utah  with  father. 


PHILIP  HOUTZ 

Son  of  Christian  Houtz  and  Susan  Pawl- 
ing. Born  Sept.  13,  1838,  Harrison  Coun- 
ty, Pa.  Came  to  Utah  with  father.  High 
Priest. 


PHILIP   EDWARD   HOUTZ 
Son  of  Philip  Houtz  and  Sarah  Jane  Hall. 
Born    Sept.    23,    1865,    Springville,    Utah. 
Seventy.     City  Recorder. 


THOMAS  JENKINS 
3orn  Sept.   18,   1829,   Herefordshire,   Eng. 
,'ame    to    Utah    Sept.    22,    1848,    Lorenzo 
inow    Company.       Bishop    of    4th    Ward. 
pity  Councilman. 


EDWARD  ELMER  JENKINS 
Son    of   Thomas   Jenkins   and    Mahala   El- 
mer.    Born  Nov.  25,  1873,  Salt  Lake  City. 
High     Priest.       Member    firm,    Ashton    & 
Jenkins. 


AUSTIN  S.  MERRILL 

Born  in  1805  in  Massachusetts.     Came  to 
Utah  in  1848,  Lorenzo  Snow  Company. 


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SOLYMAN  S.  MERRILL 
m  of  Austin   S.    Merrill   and   Laura  W. 
arris.     Born   in   1840,   Will   County,   111. 
muteman  in  Indian  troubles. 


JOHN  SHAW 

Born  June  30,  1790,  Bridgewater,  Wind- 
sor Co.,  Vt.  Carrie  to  Utah  Sept.  20, 
1848,  Lorenzo  Snow  Company.  Ogden, 
Utah. 


MYRTILLO    SHAW 

Son  of  John  Shaw  and  Polly  Maria  Fox. 
Born  Aug.  1,  1814,  Victor  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1848. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 1848 


JOHN   SHAW 

Son  of  Myrtillo  Shaw  and  Harriet  Orilla 
Austin.  Born  Feb.  17,  1850,  Salt  Lake 
City. 


MYRTILLO   SHAW.  JR. 
Son   of  Myrtillo   Shaw  and   Harriet  Orilla 
Austin.       Born    March     29,     1858,     Ogden, 
Utah.        City      Councilman.      Missionary. 
Merchant ;   Manufacturer. 


AMBROSE  SHAW 

Son  of  John  Shaw  and  Polly  Maria  F< 
Born  Sept.  12,  1824,  Victor,  Ontario  C 
N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  September,  18< 
Lived  at  Ogden. 


AMBROSE  AMOS  SHAW 
Son  of  Ambrose  Shaw  and  Minerva  Pease 
Stone.     Born  Nov.   4,   1875,   Ogden,   Utah. 
Engaged  in  the  Coal  Business  at  Ogden. 


WILLIAM  SHAW 

Son  of  John  Shaw  and  Polly  Maria  Fox. 
Born  Sept.  8,  1826,  Bennington,  N.  Y. 
Farmer.  Lived  at  Salt  Lake  City  and 
Ogden,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  D.  SHAW 
Son  of  William  Shaw  and  Diana  Ch8 
Born  May  15,  1855,  O-.len,  Utah.  8 
enty  ;  Missionary  ;  Ward  Teacher  ;  Sum 
School  Superintendent.  Merchant. 


JOHN  1'.   SQUIRE 

Born  March  30,  1824,  in  Ohio.  Came  to 
IT  tab  in  1848,  Lorenzo  Snow  Company. 
Seventy.  School  Teacher.  Farmer. 


JOHN  P.  SQUIRE 

Son  of  John  P.  Squire  and  Adelia  Demill. 
Born  Oct.  9,  1856,  Manti,  Utah.  Farmer. 
Lives  at  Mantl,  Utah. 


CHARLES  PORTER  SQUIRES 
Born    March    22,    1827,    Newbury,    Gea  ' 
Co.,  Ohio.    Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Lor<  1 
Snow    Company.      Missionary    to   Eas!  1 
States ;  High  Councilor. 


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145 


I>AV11>  .\IKRKELL  SQUIRES 
on  of  Charles    Porter  Squires  and  Sarah 
'eters.     Horn  Nov.  18,  185H,  Brigham  City, 
'tah.      I-lish    Priest.      Lives    at    Brisham 
•ity,  Utah. 


LORENZO  SNOW 

Eorn  April  3,  1814,  Mantua.  Ohio.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1848,  Captain  of  his  own  Com- 
pany. President  of  the  Church  uf 
Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints. 


LESLIE  W1LFORL)  WOODRUFF  SNOW 
Son  of  Lorenzo  Snow  and  Phoebe  Wood- 
ruff. Born  Feb.  6,  1862,  Salt  Lake  City. 
President  Salt  Lake  Co.  Medical  Society. 
Physician  and  Surgeon. 


J AMI'S  Q.  POWKLL 
-\'»v.  7,  1807.  in  Pennsylvania.    Came 
[ah  in  1848.  Xrra   Pulsipher  Company. 
;>  and   Cattle  Raiser. 


THADDEUS  POWELL 

Son  of  .lames  Q.  Powell  and  Mary  .lane 
Cooper.  Born  Sept.  30,  1S54,  Sail  Lake 
County,  Utah.  City  Councilman.  Director 
Lehi  Commercial  and  Sa\  Ings  Bank. 


7.EKA   PULSIPHER 

Born   June    24,    1789,    in    Vermont.      Came 
to     Utah    Sept.     22,     1848,    own    company. 


Member   HUh   Council. 
Seventy. 


own 
City  Councilman. 


CHARLES  PULSIPHER 
11   <>f  /.era    Pulsipher  and    Mary   Brown, 
in  April  20,   1830,  in  Onnmlaga  County, 

i.      Bishop  of  Huntingdon   Ward;    Pa- 
arch.     Constable.     Carpenter;  Farmer. 

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THOMAS   L.   WHITTLE 
Born    May    21,    1812.     in    Upper    Canada. 
Came    to    Utah    in    1848,    Zera    Pulsipher 
Company.      Bishop's  Counselor. 


CYRIL  CALL 

Born  June  2«,  1785,  Woodstock,  Vt.  Came 
to    Utah   in   184'J. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


ANSON  CALL 

Son  of  Cyril  Call  and  Sally  Tiffany.  Born 
May  13,  1810,  Fletcher,  Franklin  Co.,  Vt. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  19,  1848.  Councilor  in 
Presidency  of  Davis  Stake. 


ANSON  VASCO  CALL 
Son  of  Anson  Call  and  Mary  Flint. 
July  9,  1834. 


ANSON  VASCO  CALL,  JR. 

Born  Son  of  Anson  Vasco  Call  and  Charlotte 
Holbrook.  Born  May  23,  1855,  Willard, 
Utah.  Counselor  in  Presidency  of  Afton 
Stake.  Mayor. 


JOSEPH  H.  CALL 

Son   of  Anson   Vasco   Call   and    Charlotte 
Holbrook.     Born  Feb.   23,  1857. 


ADOLPHUS  ALVIN  CALL 
Son  of  Anson  Vasco  Call,   Jr.,   and  Alice 
Jeanette   Farnhara.      Born   Feb.    28,   1879, 
Bountiful,  Utah. 


ISRAEL  CALL 

Son  of  Anson  Call  and  Ann  Mariah  Bower 
Born  July  2,  1854,  Fillmore,  Utah.  Higl 
Councilor  in  Little  Colorado  Stake.  Post 
master. 


OMER    CALL 

Son  of  Cyril  Call  and  Sally  Tiffany.  Born 
Jan.  9,  1834,  Madison  Ohio.  Twin  of 
Homer  Call. 


JUSTIN  D.  CALL 

Son  of  Omer  Call  and  Eleanor  Jones. 
Born  April  6,  1868,  Willard,  Utah.  Prin- 
cipal Juab  Stake  Academy. 


HOMER  CALL 
Son  of  Cyril  Call  and  Sally  Tiffany.    Bor 
Jan.  9,  1834,  Madison,  Ohio.     Farmer  an 
Stockralser.     Twin  of  Omer  Call. 


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HOMER  CHARLES  CALL 
Son  of  Homer  Call  and  Nancy  Merrill 
Born  Nov.  30,  1859,  Willard,  Utah 
Rancher. 


JOSIAH   CALL 
Son    of   Homer   Call    and    Nancy    Merrill. 
Born  April  18,  18*2,  Willard,  Utah.  Coun- 
cilor in  Presidency  of  Rigby  Stake. 


JAMES   BEAN 
Born    March    3,    1804,    Christian    County, 
Ky.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  14,  1848,  Daniel 
Miller     Company.        Bishop's     Counselor. 
Farmer. 


GEORGE  WASHINGTON  BEAN 
Son  of  James  Bean  and  Elizabeth  Lewis. 
Born    April    1,    1831,    Wade    County,    111. 
Came  to  Utah   Oct.   2,   1847,  Jedediah  M. 
Grant  Company. 


LEO  ALBERT  BEAN 

Son  of  George  Washington  Bean  and  Mary 
Jane  Wall.  Born  Sept.  1,  1861,  Provo, 
Utah.  High  Councilor.  City  Marshal. 


VIRGINIUS   BEAN 

Son  of  George  Washington  Bean  and  Mary 
Jane  Wall.  Born  July  21,  1872,  Provo, 
Utah.  Bishop  2nd  Ward,  Richfield,  Utah. 
Farmer. 


JAMES  ADDISON  BEAN 
on  of  James  Bean  and  Elizabeth  Lewis, 
iorn  March  11,   1834,  Adams  County,  111. 
ndian  War  Veteran.     Farmer;  Freighter. 


JAMES  WILLIAM  BEAN 
Son   of  James  Addison  Bean  and  Harriet 
Catherine   Fausett.      Born   Nov.    19,    1853. 
Provo,    Utah.       High    Councilor.       Book- 
keeper and  Accountant. 


DANIEL  NEWELL  DRAKE 
Born  June  22,  1819,  in  New  York.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1848,   Daniel  Miller  Company. 

Klder. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH--1848 


DANIEL   N.    DRAKE 

Son  of  Daniel  Newell  Drake  and  Hannah 
Kempton.  Born  in  1853,  Ogden,  Utah. 
Elder. 


SIDNEY  B.   KENT 

Born  Aug.  21,  1828,  Portage  County,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  4,  1848,  Daniel  Miller 
Company.  High  Priest.  Captain  of  Mi- 
litia of  Davis  County. 


WILLIAM  RILEY  KENT 
Son  of  Sidney  B.  Kent  and  Mary  M.  D;il. •>-. 
Born    March     23,     1855,    Bountiful,     I'tah. 
Wider  ;    Ward   Teacher.      StocUraiser. 


OKOHGK    MORRIS 

Born     AUK.     23,     1816,     Manchester,     Kng. 
Came  to  I'tah  Sept.  22,  1848. 


GEORGE  V.  MORRIS 
Son    of    George    Morris    and    Hannah    M. 

Xewburry. 


JOSEPH  AUGUSTINE  PECK 
Son  of  Martin  H.  Peck,  who  came  to  Utal 
in  1848,  BriKham  Young  Company,  an 
Si-san  Cluff.  Born  in  April,  1830,  in  Val 
mont.  High  Priest.  Blacksmith. 


JOHN  SMITH 

Son  of  Hyrum  Sivith  and  Jerusha  Bar- 
den.  Born  Sept.  22,  1832.  Patriarch  of 
the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  L.  D.  S., 
succeeding  father  and  grandfather. 


JOSEPH   FIELDING  SMITH 
Son  of   Hyrum   Smith  and   Mary   Fielding. 
Bom    Nov.    13,    1838,    Far   West,   Caldwell 
Co.,    Mo.      Came    to    Utah    Sept.    23.    1848. 
President  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  L.  D.  S. 


HYIU'M  MACK  SMITH 
Son  of  Joseph  Fielding  Smith  and  I'M: 
Lambson.  Born  March  21,  1872.  Memfc 
of  the  Quorum  of  Twelve  Apostles. 


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DANIEL  ARNOLD  MILLER 
Born  AUK.   11,   1809.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
4,    1848.    Captain    of    his    own    Company. 
High   Priest ;    Bishop  of   Kanesville,   Iowa. 


JACOB  MILLER 

Son  of  Daniel  Arnold  Miller  and  Clarissa 
Fond.  Born  Dec.  9,  1835,  Quincy,  Adams 
Co.,  111.  Patriarch  ;  High  Priest ;  Bishop's 
Counselor. 


JACOB  FRANKLIN  MILLER 
Son     of     Jacob     Miller     and      Helen     Mar 
Cheney.     Born  Dec.  10,  1856,    Farminsjton, 
Utah.      President   40th   Quorum   Seventies. 
Professor  of  History  in  B.  Y.  C. 


DANIKL  G.  MILLER 

Sun  of  Daniel  Arnold  Miller  and  Hanah 
Bigler.  Born  May  2!t,  1859,  Farmintton. 
Utah.  Bishop  of  Parker  Ward  1902-10  ; 
President  Yellowstone  Stake. 


REUBEN    MILLER 

Born  Sept.  4,  1811,  Lancaster,  Pa.  Came 
to  Utah  1849.  Bishop  Mill  Creek  Ward. 
County  Commissioner. 


REUBEN  PAULKY  MILLER 
Son  of  Reuben  Miller  and  Rhoda  Ann 
Letts.  Horn  Dec.  22,  1844,  Beech  Creek, 
LaSalle  Co.,  111.  Came  to  Utah  1848. 
Member  Nauvoo  Lesion.  Called  by  Presi- 
dent Lincoln  to  guard  mail  route. 


URIAH   GKORGE  .MILLER 
Son  of  Reuben  Parley  Miller  anil  Margaret 
Gardner.     Born  Nov.  28,  1874.  Mill  Creek, 
I  tab.      Bishop    Murray    1st    Ward.      Pres. 
ana  Mgr.  Utah  Products  Co.  at  Murray. 


JAMES    AXDRUS 

Son  of  Milo  Andrus  and  Abigail  Jane 
Daley.  Born  June  14,  1835,  Florence. 
Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848.  Bishop  of 
St.  George  Ward  ;  High  Councilor. 


MILO    ANDRUS 

Born  March  6,  1814,  Hartford,  Conn.  Came 
to  Utah  in  September,  1850.  Captain  Inde- 
pendent Company.  Bishop ;  Missionary. 
Farmer. 


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PIONEERS   AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF   UTAH— 1843 


LARON  A.  ANDRUS 

Son  of  Milo  Andrus  and  Adaline  Alexan- 
der. Born  Jan.  27,  1853,  Holliday,  Utah. 
Sunday  School  Superintendent ;  Bishop's 
Counselor. 


MANSFIELD   ANDRUS 
Son    of    Milo    Andrus    and    Margaret    Ann 
Boyce.     Born  March  4,  1866,  West  Jordan, 
Utah.      Bishop ;     Superintendent      Sunday 
Schools  at  Lodi,  1895. 


WILLIAM   BEAL 

Came    to    Utah    Sept.    24,    1848,    Heber   C. 
Kimball  Company. 


JOHN  ALMA  BEAL 

Son  of  William  Beal  and  Clarissa  Allen. 
Born  at  Parma,  Ohio.  Seventy.  Indian 
Fighter.  Farmer. 


IRA  ALLEN   BEAL 

Son  of  John  Alma  Beal  and  Lavina  Esther 
DeMill.  Born  June  13,  1862,  Manti,  Utah. 
High  Priest.  President  Emery  Town  Board. 


NEWELL  KNIGHT  BEAL 
Son  of  John  Alma  Beal  and  Lavina  Esth 
DeMill.  Born  April  1,  1867,  Manti,  Ut 
Bishop  Ferron  Ward.  Farmer ;  Apiaris 


"-. 


JOHN   MILTON   BERNHISEL 
Born  July  23,  1799,  Sandy  Hill,  Pa.    Came 
to    Utah    Sept.    24,    1848,    Heber   C.    Kim- 
ball  Company.    First  Territorial  Represen- 
tative to  United  States  Congress. 


JOHN  MILTON  BERNHISEL 
Son    of   John    Milton    Bernhisel    and    Julia 
Ann  Haight.     Born  Dec.  21,  1846,  Winter 
Quarters,  Iowa.     Black  Hawk  Indian  War 
Veteran. 


JOSEPH  HENRY  BYINGTON 
Born  Jan.  25,  1829,  Theffleld,  Ohio.  Cam' 
to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1848,  Heber  C.  Kimbal 
Company.  Seventy. 


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151 


JAMES    HENRY    BYINGTON 
Son  of  Joseph  Henry   Byington  and  Han- 
lah  Holland.     Born  April  4,  1865,  Ogden, 
"tali.     Bishop's  Counselor.  Sunday  School 
Superintendent,  Lava  Ward. 


SAMUEL  CLARK 

Came   to   Utah    Sept.    24,    1848,    Heber   C. 
Kimball  Company.     Tanner. 


JOSEPH   CLARK 

Son  of  Samuel  Clark  and  Rebecca  Garner. 
Born  April  26,  1828,  in  Clinton  County, 
Ohio.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Member  Mor- 
mon Battalion.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  CLARK,  JR. 
m  of  Joseph  Clark  and  Sarah  Jane  Top- 
im.     Born   Oct.    23,    1850,    Prove,    Utah, 
dian  War  Veteran.     Farmer. 


THOMAS  COLBORN 

Born  Aug.  3,  1801,  in  Wayne  County,  N. 
Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Heber  C.  Kim- 
ball  Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer. 


PETER  W.  CONOVER   (COWNOVER) 
Born  Sept.  19,  1807  Woodford  County,  Ky. 
Came    to   Utah   Sept.    24,    1848,   Heber   C. 
Kimball  Company.  Colonel  In  Black  Hawk 
Indian  War. 


CHAUNCEY  HARVEY  COOK 
rn  Nov.  26,  1843,  Nauvoo,  111.     Came  to 
in    Sept    24,    1848,    Heber   C.    Kimball 
upany.      Bishop's    Counselor.      Farmer 
1  Stockraiser. 


JEHU  COX 

Born  Sept.  5,  1803,  Knox  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24,  1848,  Heber  C. 
Kimball  Company.  Bishop's  Counselor. 
Road  Supervisor. 


ELIAS  COX 

Son  of  Jehu  Cox  and  Sarah  Pyle.  Born 
Jan.  15,  1835,  Putnam  County,  Ind.  Bish- 
op Huntington  Ward.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1848 


JAMES  DUNCAN 

Born  May  1,  1794,  in  Robertson  County, 
Term.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24,  1848,  Heber 
C.  Kimball  Company.  Farmer. 


EIAVARD  P.   DUZETT 

Came  to  Utah  Scjit.  24,  1848,  Heber  C. 
Kimball  Company.  Drummer  in  Nauvoo 
Lewion.  Teacher. 


EDWARD  HAN'MER   DUZKTT 
Son  of  Edward   P.   I 'uzett  ami  Maiy  Ad; 
line    Evving.      Born   Jan.    1,    1861,    at    Sa 
Lake  City.     Farmer  anO  Stockra:.-i  r  ;  Me 
chant. 


ELIAS  HARVEY  GARDNER 
Son  of  Walter  A.  and  Martha  A.  Gardner, 
who  came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Heber  C.   Kim- 
hall  Company.     Horn  I'ee.  5.  1855,  1'ayson, 
Utah.     Carpenter;    Farmer. 


HKRVEY  GREEN 

Born    Dec.    4,    1806.    in    New   York.      Came 
to  Utah  in  1848,  Heber  C.    Kimball  Co. 


AMMUN    GRKEN 
Son  of  Hervey  Green  and  Sally  Ann  !'i> 
ard.      Born    April    22.    1833.    Ka\v    Ten- 
ship,    Jackson     Co.,     Mo.       Superintem 
Sunday  Schools  ;  Missionary.     Constabl 


ALMA  HELAMAN  HA1.IC 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848.     Early  settler,  flr.'.t 
at    Grantsville,    then    at    Smithtiekl  ;    later 
moving  to  Logan. 


ALMA  HELAMAN  IIAMC.  .11!. 
Son  of  Alma  Helaman Hale  and    Elizabeth 
Walker.       Born    Dec.     16,     1867.       Oneida 
Stake  Clerk  :   Stake  President  Y.  M.  M.  I. 
A. ;    High    Councilor. 


Et>GAR  DANIEL  T-1ALK 
Born  Jan.  3,  1868,  Grantville.  Utah.     . 
day  School   Superintendent  ;   Secretary 
ders  Quorum.     Justice  of  Peace.     Far: 
and  Sheepman. 


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153 


AUTIU'K  WILJ.AHI)  HALE 
Sun  of  Alma  Helaman  Hale  and    Ellen  V. 
Clark.      Born    July    3,     1871,    Grantsville, 
Utah.     Pivsiili-rt   Y.  M.  M.   I.  A.  Grovelantl 
Ward,   Idaho  ;  Ward  Teacher. 


JOHNATHAX   II.   HALE 
Son    of    Alma    Helaman    Hale    and    Sarah 
Ann   Clark.      Burn  AUK.    10,    1875,  Grants- 
villr,    Utah.       Sunday    School    Superinten- 
dent ;  Stake  Supt.  Y.  II.  M.  I.  A.     Farmer. 


ERNEST  FREDERICK  HALE 
Son  of  Alma  Helaman  Hale  and  Sarah  A. 
Clark.      Born    Sept.    4,    1863,    Grantsville, 
Utah.      Bishop  Cleveland  Ward.      Founder 
and    President    Cleveland   Co-op. 


AKUET   C.   HALE 

Korn  AUK.  17,  1869,  Grantsx  ille,  Utah. 
.Member  of  Bishopric,  Mound  Valley,  Ida- 
1)",  also  of  Stake  Sunday  School  Board. 


AROET   LUCIUS  HALE 
Born  May  18,  1828,  Dover,  N.  H.     Came  to 
Utah,    in   September,    1848,    with   Heber   C. 
Kimball   Company.      Member  first   Bishop- 
ric   Grantsville,    Utah. 


AROET   LUCIUS   HALE,  JR. 
Son  of  Aroet  Lucius  Hale  and  (Hive  Whit- 
tle.     Born   June   6,    1850,    Salt    Lake   City. 
Pioneer  to  Bear  Lake  \alley  1869,  and  to 
Star  Valley  1885. 


AIJOICT    LUCIUS    HALE    III. 
Son  of  Aroet  Lucius  Hale,  .Jr.,  and    Kliza 
Ann    Lee.      Born    I'.ec.    20,    1870,    Liberty, 
Idaho.     Lives  at  Afton,  Wyo. 


BENJAMIN    WALTER   HALE 
Son   of  Aroet   Lucius   Hale  and    Charloltc 
Cook       Born    Nov.    20,    1874,    Grantsville 
Utah.     Missionary  to  S.  W.  States.     Home 
Afton,  Wyo. 


MIIKKIS  .1.  IIAI.K 

Son  of  Aroet  Lucius  Hale  and  Charlotte 
Cook.  Horn  May  19,  1879,  Grantsville, 
Utah.  Mayor  of  Afton,  Wyo.  Farmer ; 
Stockraiser. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


SOLOMON  H.  HALE 

Son  of  Jonathan  Harriman  Hale  and  Olive 
Boynton.  Born  April  20,  1839,  Quincy,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  1848,  Heber  C.  Kimball  Com- 
pany. Councilor  in  Presidency  of  Oneida 
Stake. 


JESSE  P.  HARMON 

Born  Aug.  11,  1795,  Rupert,  Bennington 
Co.,  Vt.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1848,  Heber 
C.  Kimball  Company.  Pres.  llth  Quorum 
Seventies. 


APPLETON  MILO  HARMON 
Son  of  Jesse  P.  Harmon  and  Anna  Barnes 
Born  May  29,  1820,  Conneaut,  Pa.     Gamete 
Utah  July  24,  1847,  Brigham  Young  Com 
pany.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


JESSE  MARTIN  HARMON 
Son  of  Appleton  Milo  Harmon  and  Elmeda 
Stringham.      Born  July   19,    1868,  Toquer- 
ville,    Utah.       President    Utah    Timber    & 
Coal  Company. 


ANSIL  PERCE  HARMON 
Son  of  Jesse  P.  Harmon  and  Anna  Barnes. 
Born  April  5,  1832,  Conneaut,  Pa.  Came  to 
Utah  Oct.  5,  1848,  Heber  C.  Kimball  Com- 
pany.     High  Priest. 


WILLIAM  HARRIS 
Born  June  8,  1836,  Williamson  Coun 
Tenn.  Came  to  Utah  1848,  Heber  C.  Kt 
ball  Company.  City  Councilman. 


CHARLES  ZERA  HARRIS 
Son  of  William  Harris  and  Emeline  Whit- 
tle.    Born  March  9,  1864,  Richmond,  Utah. 
Rounder  and  owner  Peoples  Mercantile  Co. 
Richmond. 


JOHN  CHESTER  HITCHCOCK 
Born  March  3,  1832,  Warsaw,  Genesee  Co., 
N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  1848,  Heber  C.  Kim- 
ball Company.     High  Priest.     Black  Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  HITCHCOCK 
Son  of  John  C.  Hitchcock  and  Petrea  Jen 
sen.  Born  May  26, 1870,  Spring  City,  Utah 
Bishop  of  Clawson.  County  Road  Com 
missioner. 


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155 


CHARLES  WESLEY  HUBBARD 
!irn  Feb.  7,  1810,  Sheffield,  Mass.     Came 
;  Utah  1848,  Heber  C.  Kimball  Company. 
!rst  Bishop  of  Willard  1851-56. 


JAMES  WILLARD  HUBBARD 
Son   of  Charles   W.   Hubbard   and    Sophia 
Pollard.    Born  Feb.  12,  1861,  Willard,  Utah. 
Bishop  Bench  Ward  ;  High  Councilor. 


THOMAS  E.   JONES 

Born  April  5,  1811,  Bishop's  Frome,  Here- 
fordshire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  1848,  Heber 
C.  Kimball  Company.  High  Priest. 


JOSEPH  WILFORD  JONES 
!n  of  Thomas  E.  Jones  and  Jane  Nelson. 
!>rn   Aug.    27,    1864,    West   Weber,    Utah, 
shop;  Superintendent  Sunday  Schools. 


JOSEPH  THOMAS  JONES 
Son  of  Joseph  Wilford  Jones  and  Harriet 
A.  Robinson.     Born  Nov.  18,  1887. 


WILLIAM  PARSONS  JONES 
Born   Aug.    20,    1837,    Bosbery,   Hereford- 
shire, Eng.    Came  to  Utah  Fall  1848,  Heber 
C.  Kimball  Company.     Bishop.     Member  of 
Utah  Militia. 


JAMES  F.  JONES 
"  of,  William  Parsons  Jones  and  Eliza- 
Shaw.      Born    Jan.    18,    1869,    South 
t  rw^tah'     Sunday  School  Superinten- 


GEORGE  MAYER 

Born  in  1805.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24,  1848, 
Heber  C.  Kimball  Company.  Patriarch. 
Farmer. 


JOHN  S.   LOTT 

Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Heber  C.  Kimball 
Company.  High  Priest.  Sheriff  of  Utah 
County.  Indian  War  Veteran ;  took  part 
in  Echo  Canyon  Trouble. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1848 


ALBERT   MILES 

Born  Jan.  22,  1812.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3, 
1848.  HeberC.  Kimball  Company.  Seventy. 
Mernler  of  Nam  oo  Legion.  Indian  War 
Veteran. 


'EDWIN   RUTHVEN  MILKS 

yon  of  Albert  Miles  and  Maria  Veits.  Born 
May  25,  1838,  Parkman,  GeanKa  Co.,  Ohio. 
High  Priest;  Pres.  17th  Quorum.  Seven- 
ties. 


EDWIN  RUTHVEN   MILKS,   .IK. 
Son  of  Edwin  Kuthven  Miles  and  .liinr  Ku 
Wakefield.    Born  Oct.  3,  1858,  Utah.    Hi>h 
1st  Ward,  SmithfioH.     Merchant.     Bank. 


JAMES  WILLEY    NORTON 
Born   AUK.    6,    1822,    Wayne  County,   Ohio. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    24.    1848,    Heber    C. 
Kimball    Company.     Se\  enty.     Minuteman. 
Sheriff. 


LEAXDER   P.   NORTON 
Son   of    James   Willey   Norton   and    Nancy 
Hammer.     Born  Feb.  17,  1S58.  Lehi,  Utah. 


WILLIAM   GEORGE   PETTKY 
Son  of  Albert   Pettey  and   Catherine   I' 
ley.      He    and    his    father    came    in    I't 
Se'pt.  24,  1848,  Heber  C.   Kimball   Co. 
was    born    Sept.    3,    1831,    Henry    Coun 
Tenn.     Bishop. 


HKBEK    C.    KIMBALL   PKTTKY 
Born    Dec.    2!l,    184(1,    Missouri.      Came    in 
Utah    Sept.    24,    1848,    Heber    C.    Kimball 
Company.     Seventy. 


JOSEPH    HENRY    PKTTY 
Born  June  12,  1848,  Loop  Fork,  Neb.    Came 
to    Utah    1848.      Bishop's   Counselor.      Me- 
chanic. 


1IKXRY   ROPER 

Born  Feb.  !»,  1836,  Tornton  Bridge,  Linen 
shire,  Kng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  21.  l> 
Heber  C.  Kimball  Company.  HiRh  Pn> 
Indian  War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


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THl'HSTON  SIMPSON 
irn  Dec.  11,  1808,  Norway.    Came  to  Utah 
48  Heber  C.  Kimball  Company.      Seventy, 
'irmer. 


JOHN   S^.IPSON 

Son  of  Thurston  Simpson  and  Mary  Sophia 
Barlln.  Born  in  Lee  County,  Iowa.  Came 
to  Utah  1848,  Heber  C.  Kimball  Company. 
HiKh  Priest. 


JOHX   A.   WARNER 

Son  of  John  K.  Warner,  who  came  to  Utah 
1848,  Heber  C.  Kimball  Company,  and 
Eunice  B.  Billings.  Born  Oct.  24,  1852, 
Manti,  Utah. 


ALVAH    ALEXANDER 

>rn  March  12,  1799,  Acworth,  N.  II. 
me  to  Utah  Oct.  3,  1852,  Harmon  Cutler 
mpany.  Farmer. 


HENRY   SAMl  LL  ALEXANDER 
Son  of  Alvab  Alexander  and  Phoebe  Hous- 
ton.     Born     July     12,     1823,     Washington 
County,  Vt.    Came  to  Utah  September,  1848, 
Llvlng8ton-Kimba.il   Company.      Patriarch. 


ALVAH   J.   ALEXANDER 
Son  of  Alvah  Alexander  ami  Phoebe  Hous- 
ton.     Born   Sept.    21,    1831,    Northfield,   Vt. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  3,  1852,  Harmon  Cutler 
Company. 


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ALVAH   ALEXANDER 
•n  of  Alvah  J.  Alexander  and   Elizabeth 
'ule.     Born  June  11,  1858. 


WILLIAM   ANDREW   BILLS 
Born  Aug.  5.  1835,  Pittsburgh,  I'a.     Came 
to    Utah    September,    1848.      Bishop    South 
Jordan  Ward. 


GORDON   SILAS   BILLS 
Son  of  William  Andrew  Bills  and  Emeline 
Beckstead.      Born    March    18,    1854,    West 
Jordan,  Utah.      Bishop  Riverton  Ward. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


WILLIAM  F.   CAHOON 
Born  Nov.  7, 1813,  Harpersfield,  Ohio.    Came 
to   Utah    September,    1848.      High   Priest ; 
Missionary.    Carpenter. 


DUDLEY  CHASE 

Born  May  22,  1835,  Livingston  County, 
N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  27,  1848.  Coun- 
selor in  Bishopric  of  Harrisville  Ward. 


GEORGE  CURTIS 
Born  Oct.  27,  1823,  Oakland,  Mich,  Cai 
to  Utah  Oct.  7,  1848.  High  Priest.  Mel 
her  Building  Committee  PaysonTabernac 


CARSON  C.  DRAPER 
Son  of  Zemira  Draper,  who  came  to  Utah 
September,    1848,    and    Amy   Terry.      Born 
Jan.  29,  1865,  Rockville,  Utah.     Assistant 
Sunday  School   Superintendent. 


JOSEPH  FIELDING 

Born  1817,  Honiton,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah 
September,  1848.  Pres.  first  Elders  who 
went  to  England  on  Missions. 


WILLIAM  HAWS 
Born  at  Mt.  Pisgah,  Iowa.  Came  to  Uti 
September,  1848,  with  Oxteam  Compan 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran.  Fanni 


ABRAHAM  HUNSAKER 
Born  Nov.  29,  1812,  Jonesboro,  Union  Co., 
111.      Came   to  Utah  Oct.   3,   1848,  Andrew 
Cunningham  Company.     Bishop. 


ALLEN  C.  HUNSAKER 
Son  of  Abraham  Hunsaker  and  Eliza  Col- 
lins.    Born  July  9,  1840,  Pacin,  Adams  Co., 
111.     Presiding  Elder. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  ADAMS 
Born  June  4,  1817,  Dover,  Kentshire,  En 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  10,  1848,  Willard  Ric 
ards  Company.  Stonemason.  One  of  thr 
first  Settlers  at  Pleasant  Grove,  Utah,  185 


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V 


WILLIAM  HENRY  ADAMS,  JR. 
ion  of  William  Henry  Adams  and  Martha 
lennings.    Born  June  26,  Dover,  Eng.   Came 
u  Utah  1848.     Farmer. 


JOHN  SOLOMON  FULLMER 
Born  July   21,   1807,   Luzerne  County,   Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  10,  1848,  Willard  Rich- 
ards Company.     High  Priest. 


WILLIAM  PRICE  FULLMER 
Son   of   John   Solomon  Fullmer  and   Mary 
Ann  Price.     Born  May  27,  1849,  Salt  Lake 
City.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


WILLIAM  PRICE  FULLMER,  JR. 
on  of  William  Price  Fullmer  and  Maria 
ane  Curtis.     Born  Nov.  10,  1871,  Spring- 
He,  Utah.     Bishop  Wallsburg  Ward. 


JAMES  DICKENS  FULLMER 
Son  of  James  Dickens  Fullmer  and  Mary 
Ann  Babcock.     Born  Sept.  19,  1875,  Anna- 
bella,  Sevier  Co.,  Utah.     Teacher.    Farmer. 


EZEKIEL  LEE 

Born  Nov.  8,  1795,  Chesterfield,  Mass.  Came 
to  Utah  October,  1848.  Bishop  Holliday 
Ward.  One  of  first  Physicians  to  practice 
in  Utah. 


ORRIN  STRONG  LEE 
on  of  Ezekiel  Lee  and  Elizabeth  Strong, 
lorn  Dec.  7, 1835.   Walker  and  Black  Hawk 
idian  War  Veteran.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


JOSEPH  W;ARREN  LEE 

Son  of  Orrin  Strong  Lee  and  Sally  Ann 
Miles.  Born  Dec.  17.  1863,  Peoa,  Utah- 
Justice  of  the  Peace.  Farmer  ;  Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM  KAY 

Born  April  11,  1811,  Chailey,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  10,  1848,  Willard 
Richards  Company.  Bishop  of  Kaysville. 


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JUSTIN  J.   MERRILL 

Born  Feb.  18,  1806,  Byron,  Genesee  Co., 
N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  September,  1848,  Wil- 
laril  Richards  Company.  Farmer. 


GEORGE  G.   MERRILL 
Son  of  Justin  J.  Merrill  and  Camilla  Wir- 
aek.      Born    March    17,    1841,    Nauvoo,    111. 
Came     to    Utah     1848,    Willaril     Richards 
Company.     Marshal  of  Smithfiekl,  Utah 


JOSEPH   S.   RAWLINS 
Born    April    9,    1823,    Green    County.    II! 
Pioneer,  Oct.   12,  1848.    Bishop  Souti    Co 
ton  wood  Ward.     Railroad  and  Canal  c.,n 
structor.      Crossed    Plains   seven   times 


JOSEPH   L.   RAWLINS 
Son  of  Joseph  S.  Rawlins  and  Mary  Frost 
United  States  Senator. 


PHINEAS   RICHARDS 

Born  Nov.  15,  1788,  Hopkinton,  Mass.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  19,  1848.  HK'h  Priest.  State 
Senator.  Carpenter  and  Joiner. 


FRANKLIN   DEWEY   RICHAKl'S 
Son    of    Phinea.s    Richards    and     \\Valih 
Dewey.      Born    April    2,    1821,    Richmom 
Pres  Quorum  of  the  Twelve  Api* 


Mass, 
ties. 


Brigadier-General    Nauvoo    l.rnioi 


CHARLES  COMSTOCK    RICHARDS 


MYROX   JOHN   RICHARDS 
Son  of  Franklin  I  lewey  Richards  and  Mary 
Thompson.      Born    May    22.    1858,    Provo. 
Utah.      Bishop.     County  Commissioner. 


WILFORI)   WOODUUFF   RICHARDS 
Son  of  Franklin  Dewey  Richards  and  Mar' 
Thompson.      Born   May   8,   1866,   Farmin! 
ton,     Utah.       Bishop    Georgetown,     Mali 
Member     Bear     Lake     Stake     1'residenr 


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HENRY   PHINEAS  RICHARDS 
•km    of    Phineas    Richards    and    Wealthy 
)ewey.      Born    Nov.    30,    1831,    Richmond, 
Berkshire   Co.,    Mass.      Pres.    8th   Quorum 
if  Seventies.     Merchant. 


JOSEPH  T.  RICHARDS 
Son   of  Franklin   S.   Richards   of   the  law 
firm    of    Richards,    Richards    and    Ferry, 
Salt  Lake  City. 


JOSEPH  CURTIS 

Born  Dec.  24,  1818,  Erie  County,  Pa.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  12,  1848.  Bishop  Payson 
4th  Ward.  Indian  War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


CHAPMAN  DUNCAN 
:<>rn  July  1.  1812,  Bath,  N.   H.     Came  to 
ptah  Oct.   16,   1848,   Barney  Adams  Com- 
.any. 


HOMER  DUNCAN 

Born  Jan.  19,  1815,  Barnet,  Vt.  Came  to 
Utah  October,  1848,  Barney  Adams  Com- 
pany. Missionary.  Early  Settler  in  South- 
ern Utah. 


JOHN  CHAPMAN   DUNCAN 
Son    of   Homer   Duncan   and   Asenath   M. 
Banker.      Born  Sept.   9,   1846,  Des  Moines, 
Iowa.     Missionary.     Justice  of  the  Peace. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


DENSMORE  TRIPPESS  DUNCAN 
"i  of  Homer  Duncan  and  Sarah  Trlppess 
jrn  Feb.  4    1866,  Cedar  City,  Utah.    Mis- 
snary  to  Eastern  States. 


JOEL  H.  JOHNSON 

Born  March  23,  1802,  Grafton,  Mass.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  19,  1848,  Franklin  D.  Richards 
Company.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


NEPHI JOHNSON 

Son  of  Joel  H.  and  Annie  P.  Johnson.  Born 
Dec.  12,  1833,  Kirtland,  Ohio.  Indian  Mis- 
sionary 1853-65.  Farmer.  Family  Home, 
Kanab,  Utah. 


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SETH  JOHNSON 

Son  of  Joel  H.  and  Annie  P.  Johnson.  Born 
March  6,  1839,  Carthage,  111.  High  Coun- 
cilman. County  Supt.  Schools.  Farmer. 
Resides  at  Cannonville. 


SAMUEL  SNYDER 

Born  Feb.  14,  1808,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1848,  Lev!  Richards  Company. 
Presiding  Elder  of  Snyderville,  Utah. 
Rancher. 


EPHRAIM   STOCKWELL  SNYDER 
Son     of     Samuel     Snyder     and     Henriett 
Maria  Stockwell.     Born  Oct.  27,  1831,  Ne\ 
York,  N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  In  1848,  Le\ 
Richards  Company. 


BENJAMIN  BAKER 

Born  March  26,  1796,  Charleston,  Mont- 
gomery Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  19, 
1848,  Amasa  M.  Lyman  Company. 


ANDREW  CUNNINGHAM 
Born  Oct.  21,  1816,  Harrison,  W.  Va.     Came 
to  Utah  Oct.   12,   1848,  Amasa   M.   Lyman 
Company.      Bishop   15th   Ward,   Salt  Lake 
City. 


HYRUM  RAWLINGS  CUNNINGHAM 
Son  of  Andrew  Cunningham  and  Lucinil 
Rawlings.  Born  Jan.  12,  1855,  Salt  Lat. 
City.  Bishop  Ashton  Ward. 


SAMUEL  MALIN 

Son  of  Elijah  Mai  in  and  Catherine  Essex; 
grandson  of  Elijah  Malin,  Sr.,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1848,  Amasa  M.  Lyman  Company. 
Born  June  29,  1813,  Chester  County,  Pa. 


FREEMAN  MALIN 

Son  of  Samuel  Malin  and  Mary  Ann  Rode- 
back.  Born  Nov.  25,  1857,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Sunday  School  Supt.  of  Hoytsville  Ward. 


JAMES  ELIJAH  MALIN 
Son  of  Elijah   Malin,  Jr.,  and   Sarah  M 
Quiken.       Born     Sept.     10,     1839,    Chest 
County,  Pa.     Came  to  Utah  in  1851,  NI 
son  Harmon  Company. 


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.IA.MES   ELIJAH   MALIN,   JR. 
Jon  u!'  James  Elijah  Malin  and  Margaret 
:.  Laney.     Born  Jan.  28,  1863,  Salt  Lake 
'ity.      Pres.    Street    Car    Drivers'    Union. 
)airyman,  Farmer. 


REUBEN   PERKINS 

Born  March  1,  1783,  Lincoln  County,  N.  C. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  18,  1848,  Andrew  H. 
Perkins  Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer. 


JESSE   NELSON   PERKINS 
Son  of  Reuben  Perkins  and  Elizabeth  Plt- 
tillo.     Born  Feb.  19,  1819,  Jackson  County, 
Tenn.     Hish  Priest ;  Member  of  the  High 
Council  of  Snowflake,  Ariz. 


BRIGHAM  YOUNG  PERKINS 
:>n   of   Jesse   N.    Perkins   and   Rhoda    C. 
cClelland.    Born  April  18,  1850,  Salt  Lake 
ity.      A    Pioneer    to    Northern    Arizona, 
armer. 


JAMES   STEVENSON 

Born  Aug.  12,  1830,  Albany,  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1848,  A.  M.  Lyman  Company. 
Elder ;  High  Priest ;  Missionary  among  the 
Indians. 


SIDNEY  TANNER 

Son  of  John  Tanner,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  17,  1848,  Amasa  M.  Lyman  Company, 
and  Lydla  Stewart.  Born  April  1,  1809, 
in  New  York.  High  Councilor. 


HENRY  M.  TANNER 
n  of  Sidney  Tanner  and  Julia  Ann  Shep- 
rd.    Born  June  11,  1852,  San  Bernardino, 
Sunday  School  Supt. ;  Missionary  to 
inland. 


JOHN  J.   TANNER 

Son  of  John  Tanner  and  Lydia  Stewart. 
Born  Dec.  19,  1811,  Bolton,  Warren  Co.,  N. 
Y.  Came  to  Utah  In  1852.  Lived  at  Cot- 
tonwood,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  SMITH  TANNER 
Son    of   John    J.    Tanner   and    Rebecca    A. 
Smith.    Born  March  28,  1839,  New  Liberty, 
Adams  Co.,  111.    Elder ;  Missionary  to  Great 
Britain  1882-83. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


WILLIAM  FREDERICK  TANNER 
Son  of  William  Smith  Tanner  and  Clarissa 
Jane  Moore.     Born  Jan.  2,  1873.     Mission- 
ary ;    Pres.    of    Seventies.       Pres.    School 
Board  ;  City  Councilman. 


NATHAN  TANNER 

Son  of  John  Tanner  and  Lydia  Stewart. 
Born  May  14,  1815,  Greenwich,  Washing- 
ton Co.,  N.  T.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 
Member  Zion's  Camp ;  Seventy. 


NATHAN  TANNER,  JR. 
Son  of  Nathan  Tanner  and  Rachel  Winte 
Smith.     Born  Oct.  27,  1845,  near  Montrost 
Clay  Co.,   Iowa.      Came  to  Utah   in  184f 
Missionary  to  Southern  States. 


NATHAN  A.   TANNER 

Son  of  Nathan  Tanner,  Jr.,  and  Margaret 
G.  Harrington.  Born  Jan.  14,  1870,  Salt 
Lake  City.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Trustee 
of  Industrial  School. 


HENRY  S.  TANNER 

Son  of  Joseph  S.  Tanner  and  Elizabeth  C. 
Haws.  Born  Feb.  15,  1869,  Payson,  Utah. 
Missionary  ;  High  Priest.  Salt  Lake  City 
Judge.  Lawyer. 


GEORGE  W.  TANNER 
Son  of  Joseph  S.  Tanner  and  Janne 
Hamilton.  Born  Jan.  7,  1885,  Pays 
Utah.  Missionary  ;  Bishop  of  2d  Ward 
Payson,  Utah.  Farmer. 


ARZA  ADAMS 

Born  Jan.  22,  1804.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 
High  Priest ;  Missionary  to  Canada.  Jus- 
tice of  the  Peace.  Miller. 


ALFRED  NELSOX  BILLINGS 
Born  Aug.  23,  1825,  Geauga  County,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848.     Indian  Missionary 
1855.     Farmer. 


WARREN  FRANK  BILLINGS 
Son  of  Alfred  Nelson  Billings  and  Debor: 
Patten.     Born  Jan.  20,  1864,  Provo,  Uta 
Elder.    Justice  of  the  Peace  ;  County  Com ; 


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WILLIAM  H.  BISHOP 
i3orn  Sept.  11,  1821,  Oswego,  N.  Y.  Came 
o  Utah  in  1848.  Colonel  in  Black  Hawk 
;  ndian  War. 


AMOS  ALMA  BRADLEY  ROBERT  H.   BROWN 

Son  of  George  W.   Bradley,   who  came  to  Father  of  the  wife  of  D.  M.  Cox  of  Order- 

Utah  in  1848,  and  Abiah  Richmond.     Born  ville    Utah      Came  to  Utah  1848. 

Aug.  10,  1849,  Salt  Lake  City.     Pres.  High 
Priests  Quorum. 


MORMON  OLIVER  BUELL 
|!on  of  Normon  Buell  and  Presendia  Lath- 
op  Huntington.     Born  Jan.   31,  1840. 


NEWELL  BULLEN 

Born  AUK.  18,  1809,  Kennebec  County, 
Maine.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Oxteam 
company.  Early  Settler  of  Richmond,  Utah. 


HERSCHEL  BULLEN 
Son  of  Newell  Bullen  and  Clarissa  Judkins 
Atkinson.      Born    Jan.    10,     1840,    Mercer, 
Somerset  Co.,  Maine.  Railroad  contractor  ; 
Farmer. 


LORENZO  H.   BULLEN 
on    of    Herschel    Bullen    and    Lydia    M. 
•napp.     Born  May  9,  1869,  and  resides  at 
:iehmond,  Utah    • 


HERSCHEL  BULLEN,  JR. 
Son    of    Herschel    Bullen    and    Emma    B. 
Gibbs.    Born  Nov.  13,  1870,  Richmond,  Utah. 
State   Senator   1907-1909.      Member  Board 
of  Education,  Logan. 


NEWELL  BULLEN,  JR. 
Son  of  Newell  Bullen  and  Clarissa  Judkins 
Atkinson.      Born   Nov.   8,   1852,    Salt  Lake 
City. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


EZRA  THOMPSON  CLARK 
Son  of  Timothy  Baldwin  Clark.     Came  to 
Utah  in  1848.     Seventy. 


JOSEPH  SMITH  CLARK,  JR. 
Son     of     Joseph     Smith     Clark      (son     of 
Ezra  T.  Clark,  who  came  to  Utah  in  1848) 
ami  Lucy  M.  Robinson.    Born  Aug.  30,  1878. 


EZRA  T.  CLARK 

Son  of  Joseph  Smith  Clark  and  Lucy  Rol 
inson.     Born  Oct.  16,  1881.     D.  D.  S. 


CHARLES  RICH  CLARK 
Son  of  Ezra  T.  Clark  and  Mary  Stevenson. 
Born    April    1,    1861,    Farmington,    Utah. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


MARION  CHARLES  CLARK 
Son  of  Charles  R.  Clark  and  Mary  Emma 
Woolley.     Born  April  4,  1884,  Georgetown, 
Idaho.    Supt.  Sunday  School  at  Georgetown. 


WALLACE   CLARK 

Son     of     Charles     R.     Clark     and     Ann 
Waldron.      Born    Oct.    6,    1887. 


WILFORD  W.   CLARK 
Son   of   Ezra   Thompson    Clark    and    Mary 
Stevenson.      Born  Feb.  2,  1863,  Farminnton, 
Utah.     Bishop  Montpelier  Ward.     Farmer 
and   Stockraiser. 


GEORGE  AMASA  CLARK 
Son  of  Timothy  Baldwin  Clark  and   Lucy 
A.  Rice.     Born  July  29,  1859,  Farmington, 
Utah. 


JAMES  CLARK 
Born  at  Clathrope,  Westmoreland,  En- 
Came  to  Utah  1856,  James  P.  Clan 
Company. 


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ISRAEL  JUSTICE  CLARK 
Born  Dec.  25,  1821,  Dansville,  SteubenCo., 
N.   Y.      Came    to    Utah    1848,    John    Smith 
Company.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN  W.  WOOLLEY 
Father  of  the  wife  of  Charles  Rich  Clark 
of    Georgetown,    Idaho.      Came    to    Utah 
1848. 


HIRAM  BRADLEY  CLAWSON 
Born    1826,    Utica,    N.    Y.      Came   to  Utah 
1848.      Adjutant-General    Nauvoo    Legion. 
First  Treasurer  Salt  Lake  City. 


SPENCER  CLAWSON 

iSon  of  Hiram  Bradley  Clawson  and  Ellen 
Curtis  Spencer.  Born  Aug.  15,  1852,  Salt 
Lake  City.  Merchant  and  Capitalist. 


RUDGER  CLAWSON 

Son  of  Hiram  B.  Clawson  and  Margaret 
Judd.  Member  Quorum  of  the  Twelve 
Apostles  of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of 
Latter-day  Saints. 


PHINEAS  W.   COOK 

Born  Aug.  28,  1819,  Goshen,  Conn.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1848.     Bishop  Goshen  Ward. 


KIB  COOK 
Son  of  Phineas  W.  Cook  and  Johanna  C. 
Utah   °'    Born  July  4'  1882>  Garden  citv- 


ISAAC  D.  COOPER 

Son  of  Isaac  Cooper,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
1848,  Daniel  Spencer  Company,  and  Nancy 
Lance.  Born  March  7,  1855,  American 
Fork.  Utah. 


WILLIAM  H.  CROSBY 
Born  March  29,  1836,  Dunlap,  N.  Y.    Came 
to  Utah  in  1848.    Assisted  in  bringing  Im- 
migrants to  Utah.     Seventy. 


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BYRON  R.  CROSBY 

Son  of  William  H.  Crosby  and  Caroline  J. 
Ostrander.  Born  Oct.  16,  1870,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Ass't  Chief  of  Fire  Department ; 
Policeman. 


WILLIAM  DAVID  CROSBY 
Son  of  William  H.  Crosby  and  Caroline  J. 
Ostrander. 


EZRA  HOUGHTON  CURTIS 
Son  of  Enos  Curtis,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
1848,  and  Ruth  Franklin.  Born  Feb.  19, 
1823,  Pennsylvania.  Farmer. 


JOHN  FRANKLIN  CURTIS 
Son  of  John  White  Curtis  and  Matilda 
Miner.  Born  Sept.  11,  1859,  Springville, 
Utah.  Elder.  Farmer. 


JANVARIN  HAYES  DAME 
Born  May  9,  1808.     Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


WESLEY  WILLIAM  DAME,  JR. 
Grandson  of  Janvarin  Hayes  Dame,  who 
came  to  Utah  1848. 


JAMES  N.   DAVENPORT 
Born    AUK.    14,    1814,    Walnut    Grove,    111. 
Came  to  Utah  In  1848.     Farmer.     Resided 
at  Richmond.   Utah. 


EZRA  K.  FUNK 

Son  of  Daniel  B.  Funk,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1848,  and  Mariah  DeMill.  Born  June  1, 
1846,  Quincy,  111.  Came  to  Utah  In  1848, 
Mjnuteman  in  Black  Hawk  War, 


JOHN  GAILEY 

Came   to   Utah    in    1848.     Assisted   Immi- 
grants to  Cross  the  Plains, 


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ROBERT  GRAHAM 

;on  of  James  Graham,  who  came  ot  Utah 
.bout  1848,  and  Hannah  Tucker  Read. 


WILLIAM   B.   GRAHAM 
Son  of  James  Graham,  who  came  to  Utah 
about  1848,  ant]  Hannah  Tucker  Read. 


JOSEPH  HAMMOND 

Son  of  John  Hammond  and  Mary  Parker. 
Born  June  14,  1822,  New  York  State. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848.  Settled  at  South 
Cottonwood  ;  moved  to  St.  George  in  1862. 


JOHN  E.   HAMMOND 
on   of   Joseph    Hammond   and   Elizabeth 
ggbert.      Born    Jan.    1,    1844,    Hancock 
nunty.  111.     Settled  at  Eagle  Valley,  Nev., 
365,  where  he  served  as  Presiding  Elder. 


SAMUEL  SMITH  HAMMOND 
Son    of    Francis    Asbury    Hammond,    who 
came  to  Utah  November,  1848,   and  Mary 
Jane     Dilworth.     Born     April      15,      1853, 
Sandwich   Islands.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


JOHN  HARRIS 

Born    in    1808,    Pennsylvania.      Came    to 
Utah  in  1848. 


'Jt 


WILLIAM  McGEE  HARRIS 
^  of  William  Harris  and  Emiline  Whip- 
.     Born  May  23,  1862,  Richmond,  Utah, 
shop.     Member  Legislature, 


AARON  GARSIDE 
Pioneer  to  Utah.     Salt  Lake  City. 


JONATHAN  H.  HOLMES 
Born  March   11,   1806,   Georgetown,   Essex 
Co.,  Mass.   Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Mormon 
Battalion. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


RASMUS  H.   HOUGAARD 
Came  to  Utah  1848  by  oxteam.     Seventy. 
Farmer. 


JAMES  HOUSTON 

Son  of  James  Houston,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1848,  and  Margaret  Crawford.  Born 
Feb.  61,  1850,  Salt  Lake  City.  President 
Pangnitch  Stake. 


WILLIAM  WILLARD  HUTCHINGS 
Born  April  3,  1823,  Ohio.  Came  to  Ut 
Dec.  29,  1848,  himself  captain.  Major 
Utah  Militia.  Black  Hawk  War  Veten 


WILLIAM  WILLARD  HUTCHINGS,  JR. 
Son  of  William  Willard  HutchinKS  and 
Sarah  Ann  Baldwin.  Born  Nov.  23,  1851, 
Salt  Lake  City.  Sheriff  of  Beaver  County. 
President  Elders  Quorum. 


WILLIAM  FRANKLIN  IVIE 
Born  Dec.  18,  1826,  Bedford  County,  Tenn. 
Came  to  Utah   in  1848.      Seventy.     Indian 
War  Veteran.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


CALVERT  MILTON  IVIE 
Son  of  William  Franklin  Ivie  and  .\l:ilin 
Jane  Young.  Born  April  7,  1869,  Scij 
Utah.  Bishop  of  Aurora  Ward.  Farn 
and  Stockraiser. 


BENJAMIN  JENNE 

Born  May  16,  1806.     Came  to  Utah  In  1848, 
George   Snyder  Company. 


THOMAS  SMITH  JOHNSON 
Son  of  Thomas  Smith  Johnson,  who  came 
to  Utah  in  1848,  and  Mary  Harrison.    Born 
Dec.  18,  1854,  Salt  Lake  City. 


BENJAMIN  JONES,  JR. 
Son  of  Benjamin  Jones,  who  came  to  Ut: 
in  1848,  and  Rosannah  Cox.    Born  July  I 
1850.  Union  Fort,  Utah. 


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JAMES  AMASA  LITTLE 
hrn    Sept.    14,    1822,    Auriesville,    N.    Y. 
•ime  to  Utah  in  1848.     Patriarch  ;   Bish- 
••'s  Counselor.     Mexican  War  Veteran. 


MATTHEW  MANSFIELD 
Born  Oct.   25,  1810,  Brambly  Parish,  Sur- 
rey, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 


MATTHEW  WINBERG  MANSFIELD 
Son   of   Matthew   Mansfield   and   Johanna 
Christine   Winberg.      Born    Jan.    15,    1862, 
St.    George,    Utah.      High    Priest;    Bishop 
Thurber  Ward  ;  High  Councilor.     Lawyer. 


PHILIP  MARGETTS 
rly  Pioneer.     One  of  the  fathers  of  dra- 
.tics.     Took  part   in   the  first  play   pro- 
l    on    the    stage    of    the    Salt    Lake 
eatre. 


JOHN  McEWAN 

Born  in  February,  1824,  Bonbride,  County 
Down,  Ireland.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 
Pres.  22d  Quorum  of  Seventies.  Postmas- 
ter at  Provo,  Utah. 


ROBERT   SMITH   MELTON 
Father  of  the   wife   of  Thatcher   Kimljall 
of  Afton,  Wyoming. 


Uh. 


JAMES  MONTGOMERY 
her  of  H.   A.   Montgomery   of    Ogden, 


WILLIAM  NAYLOR 

Born  AUK.  19,  1835,  Cheshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1848,  Daniel  Spencer  Company. 
High  Priest;  Bishop's  Counselor.  Wheel- 
wright. 


EDWIN  OKEY 

Son  of  Edwin  Okey,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
1848.  Born  March  10,  1852,  Kaysville, 
Utah.  Member  Elders  Quorum.  Pioneer 
American  Fork  1858.  Farmer. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


HARVEY   CLARK  OKEY 
Son    of    Edwin    Okey,    Jr.,    and    Mary    E. 
Clark.      Born  Dec.    6,  1890. 


GEORGE  MILTON  PACE 
Born    Jan.    9,    1837,    Perry    County,    Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848,   David  Pace  Com- 
pany.   Bishop  of  Parleys  Park  Ward  1882- 
97.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


GEORGE    MILTON    PACE,    JR. 
Son    of    George    Milton    Pace    and    Sai 
Standley.      Born   Feb.    16,   1863,  Bountii 
Utah.       Elder;    Ward    Teacher.      Fair 
and  Stockraiser. 


JAMES   EDWIN  PACE 
Son    of    George    Milton    Pace    and    Sarah 
Standley.      Born    in    1872,    Parleys    Park, 
Utah. 


NATHAN  W.   PACKER 
Born  Jan.  2,  1811,  Jefferson  County,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  David  Evans  Com- 
pany.     Millwright.      Built     grist     mill     at 
American  Fork. 


JAMES   PACKER 
Son  of  Nathan  W.  Packer  and  Elizat 
Taylor.       Born     Oct.     10,     1833,     Belm 
County,    Ohio.      Came    to    Utah    in 
Justice  of  the  Peace.     Seventy. 


JAMES  PACKER,  JR. 

Son  of  James  Packer  and  Polly  Mecham. 
Born  July  21,  1856,  Salt  Lake  City.  High 
Priest. 


OSSIAN  LEONIDAS  PACKER 
Son  of  James   Packer  and  Polly  Mecham. 
Born  Dec.  10,  1861. 


EDWARD  PARTRIDGE 
Born  June  25,   1833,  Jackson   County, 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848.     Bishop  Filln  > 
Utah.    Pres.  Utah  Stake.    Mayor  Filln  < 


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EDWARD   PARTRIDGE,   JR. 


of  Edward  Partridge  and   Sarah  Lu 


WILLIAM    CLAYTON    PARTRIDGE 
Son   of  Edward  Partridge  and  Sarah  Lu- 
cretia  Clayton.      Born  Oct.   2,   1862. 


ERNEST  DELTON  PARTRIDGE 
Son   of  Edward  Partridge  and  Sarah  Lu- 
cretia  Clayton.     Born  June  13,  1869,  Fill- 
more,   Utah.      Bishop  4th  Ward  at  Provo. 
First  Principal  Murdock  Academy. 


STANLEY   PARTRIDGE 
of  Edward  Partridge  and  Sarah  Lu- 
ia  Clayton.     Born  Nov.  17,  1871. 


JOHN  C.    PARTRIDGE 
Son   of   Edward    Partridge  and   Elizabeth 
Buxton.     Born  July  29,  1865. 


BENJAMIN  LOSS  PEART 
Son  of  Jacob  Peart,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
1848,    and    Angela    Philanda    Loss.      Born 
June  10,  1849,  Salt  Lake  City.    High  Priest ; 
Ward  Teacher. 


EZRA  WILLIAM   PENNEY 
**tive   of   William    Penney   of    Kanosh, 


WILLIAM  G.  PHILLIPS 
Peace  Officer.    Associated  with  Z.  C.  M.  I. 
for  many  years.    Salt  Lake  City. 


GARDNER  GODFREY  POTTER 
Born  In  1820,  Essex,  N.  Y.    Came  to  Utah 
Dec.  22,  1848. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


EARNEST  HENRY  POTTER 
Son  of  Gardner  Godfery  Potter  and  Eve- 
lina M.  Hinman.    Born  Aug.  3,  1854,  Spring- 
ville,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  EARNEST  POTTER 
Son  of  Earnest  Henry  Potter  and  Hannah 
Priscilla    Bourne.       Born    Aug.    20,    1876, 
Farmington,   Utah. 


ALFRED  RANDALL 
Born    June    13,    1811,    Bridgewater,    N. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848.     Carpenter  ;  Farm 


CHARLES  FRANKLIN  RANDALL 
Son  of  Alfred  Randall  and  Emerette  Uavis. 
Born  Feb.  8,  1835,  Munson,  Ohio. 


JOHN  A.  RANDALL 

Son  of  Charles  Franklin  Randall  and  Elten 
Jane  Duncan.  Born  April  10,  1864,  Vir- 
gin, Utah. 


HARVEY  P.  RANDALL 
Son  of  Charles  Franklin  Randall  and 
Jane  Duncan.  Born  Oct.  22,  1870,  Har 
ville,  Utah.  City  Councilman.  Mem 
State  Legislature.  Lumber  and  Coal  Dea 


ALFRED  JASON   RANDALL 
Son  of  Alfred  Randall  and  Emerette  Davis. 
Born  Jan.  8,  1845,   Nauvoo,  111.     Came  to 
Utah  in  1848.     Carpenter;  Fanner. 


LEVI   L.   RANDALL 

Son  of  Alfred  Randall  and  Emerette  Davi 
Born  Nov.  18,  I860,  Salt  Lake  City. 


JAMES   RAWLINS 
Born  Jan.  6,  1794.     Came  to  Utah  in  1> 
Andrew     Cunningham     Company. 
Priest,     Farmer. 


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HARVEY  McGALYARD  RAWX.INS 
on  of  James    Rawlins   and   Jane   Sharp. 
|orn    Feb.    14,    1825,    Greene    County,    111. 
'igh  Priest.    Farmer. 


HARVEY  McGALYARD  RAWLINS 
Son  of  Harvey  M.  Rawlins  and  Margaret 
E.  Frost.     Born  Dec.  13,  1851,  Bis;  Cotton- 
wood,  Utah.    High  Priest ;  High  Councilor. 
School  Trustee. 


FRANKLIN  A.  RAWLINS 
Son    of  Harvey   M.   Rawlins  and    Margret 
K.  Frost.     Born  Jan.  22,  1857,  Draper,  Utah. 
High    Priest ;     Bishop's    Counselor ;    High 
Councilor.      Farmer. 


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WILLIAM    B.    RICHEY 
In  of  William  Richey  and  Margaret  Ann 
air.     Born  May  17,   1838,  in  Mississippi. 
iad   Supervisor,   Freighter   and   Farmer, 
me  to  Utah  1848. 


ISAAC  R.   ROBBINS 

Born  March  24,  1805,  Chesterfield,  N.  J. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848,  Capt.  Sam  Brandon 
Company.  High  Priest ;  Bishop's  Coun- 
selor. 


JOSEPH  LEE  ROBINSON 
Born  Feb.  18,  1811,  Shaftsbury,  Vt.    Came 
to  Utah  in  1848.     Bishop  of  Winter  Quar- 
ters  and    North   Cottonwood ;   High   Coun- 
cilor.    Justice  of  the  Peace. 


OLIVER  LEE  ROBINSON 
"i   Of   Joseph    Lee    Robinson    and    Maria 
iod.    Born  July  8,  1833,  Boonville,  N.  Y. 

s.    Quorum    of    Seventies.      Alternate 

;h  Councilor. 


JAMES  HENRY  ROBINSON 
Son  of  Oliver  Lee  and  Lucy  Miller.     Born 
Nov.    8,   1865,    Farmington,   Utah.      Bishop 
of    Farmington    Ward ;    High    Councilor. 
Mayor ;  Marshal. 


HENRY  MORONI  ROYLE 
Son   of  Henry   Royle,   who   came   to   Utah 
1848,   and    Ann   Capstick.      Born   June    22, 
1851,   Lehl,   Utah.     High   Priest.     Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1848 


JAMES   FREEMAN  ROYLE 
Son  of  Henry  Moroni  Royle  ana  Harriette 
Abigail  Zimmerman.     Born   Dec.   9,   1884. 


LEVI  SAVAGE 

Born  Aug.   25,   1790,  Hebron,  Washington 
Co.,  N.  Y.      Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 


JOHN  SCOTT 
Born  May  6,  1811,  Armagh,  Ireland.  Cam 
to  Utah  in  1848,  John  Scott  Compan; 
Colonel  in  Nauvoo  Legion.  Seventy ;  Mis 
sionary.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


EPHRAIM  SCOTT 

Son  of  John  Scott  and  Elizabeth  Meneary. 
Born  June  6,  1842.  Resides  at  Menan. 
Idaho. 


JOHN  W.   SCOTT 

Son  of  John  Scott  and  Elizabeth  Meneary. 
Born  Nov.  6,  1844,  Nauvoo,  111.  Resides 
at  Blackfoot,  Idaho. 


HEBER  NEPHI  SECRIST 
Born  Sept.  28,  1852,  Salt  Lake  City.  Tean 
ster  and  Guide.  Moved  from  Farmingto 
Utah,  to  Parker,  Idaho,  October,  1884. 


ANDREW  JACKSOX  SHUPE 
Father  of  John  W.  Shupe  of  Ogden,  Utah. 


JOHN  W.  SHUPE 
Son  of  Andrew  Jackson  Shupe. 
pher.  Farmer.  Merchant. 


Photogra- 


ALMA  L.   SMITH 

Born  Dec.  16!,  1833,  Marine,  Ohio.  Cat 
to  Utah  in  1848,  Joseph  Young  Compan 
Bishop  of  Coalville  three  years.  Coun 
Recorder,  Summit  County. 


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177 


WILLARD  F.   SMITH 
•Jon  of  Alma   L.    Smith   and  Telitha  Free. 

inrn    Feb.    3,    1860.      High    Priest;    Supt. 
-unilay  School ;  Pres.  of  Mutual  at  Coal- 

ille. 


SAMUEL  LINZEY  SPRAGUE 
Son  of  S.  L.  Sprague  and  Mary  Woodard. 
Born  March  23,  1843,  Salem,  Mass.    Came 
to   Utah   in   1848.      Deputy  U.   S.   Marshal. 
Freighter. 


WILLIAM  C.  STAINES 
Son  of  William  Staines  and  Blanche  Pot- 
ter, Pioneers  1848.     Immigration  Agent  at 
New  York  City  for  the  Church. 


CHARLES   STILLMAN 
orn  June  1,  1834.    Came  to  Utah  in  1848. 
res.  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  ;   Supt.  Sunday   School, 
armer  and  Stockraiser. 


CHARLES  FRANKLIN  STILLMAN 
Son  of  Charles  Stillman  and  Elizabeth  Neff. 
Pres.  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  ;   Supt.   Sunday   School. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


GEORGE  SWAN 

Father    of    the    wife    of    N.    V.    Jones    of 
Salt  Lake  City. 


DAVID  VAN  WAGENEN 
n  of  John  H.  Van  Wagenen,  who  came  to 
ah  in  1848,  and  Eliza  Smith.     Born  July 
'*§»»•  Pompton,  N.   J.     Came  to  Utah 
1852.    Merchant. 
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ABRAHAM  WASHBURN 
Born  March  17,  1805,  Essing,  N.  Y.     Came 
to  Utah   in   1848,   Capt.   Musser  Company. 
Member  First  City  Council  of  Manti,  Utah. 
Patriarch. 


PARLEY  PRATT  WASHBURN 
Son    of    Abraham    Washburn    and    Flora 
Clarinda    Gleason.    'Born    July    15,    1857, 
Manti,  Utah.     Farmer. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN  OF   UTAH— 1848 


GILBERT  WEAVER 

Born  March  2,  1835,  Conneaut.  Crawford 
Co.,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  in  1848.  Active 
Church  Worker.  .Sheriff.  Lived  at  Whit- 
ney, Idaho. 


GILBERT    EDWARD   WEAVER 
Son  of  Gilbert  Weaver  and  Sarah  E.  Con- 
over.      Born  April    24,    1857,    Provo,   Utah. 
Lives  at   Whitney,    Idaho. 


PARDON   WEBB 

Born  Dec.  26,  1818,  Hanover,  N.  Y.  Cam 
to  Utah  in  1848.  Bishop's  Counselor,  l'in 
son,  Utah.  City  Councilman.  Farmer. 


NELSON  WHEKLEU  WHIPPLE 
Born   July   7,    1818,    Sanford.    Broome   Co., 
N.   Y.      Came  to  Utah   in   1848.      Seventy; 
Block  Teacher.     Lumberman. 


CHRISTOPHER  WILLIAMS 
Born     March     7,     1789,    Prattskill,     N.    Y. 
Came  to  Utah   in  1848,  Orson  Pratt  Com- 
pany.    Bishop   3d   Ward,   Salt   Lake   City. 


JAMES  V.  WILLIAMS 
Son  of  Christopher  Williams  and  Mellic-cn 
Vannostrand.  Born  Dec.  13,  1830,  nea 
Toronto,  Can.  Member  of  Mormon  Bai 
talion.  Farmer. 


CHARLES  WOOD 

Born  June  9,  1837,  Belin,  Ohio.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1848.  Member  75th  Quorum  of 
.Seventies;  Missionary  among:  the  Indians 
Farmer. 


CHARLES   SAMUEL  WOOD 
Son  of  Charles  Wood  and  Alice  Horrocks. 
Horn   July    11,    1861,   Ogilen.    Utah.      Pres. 
75th  Quorum  of  Seventies ;   Missionary  to 
Southern  States  1888-90. 


WILLIAM  WOOD 

Born  in  1824,  Herefordshire,  Eng.  Cam 
to  Utah  in  1848,  Independent  Compan> 
Lived  at  Minersville,  Utah. 


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179 


\VILLIAM    H.    WOOD 

~on  of  William  Wood  and  Lucy  Babcock. 
:,irn  May  18,  1851,  Centerville,  Utah. 
.lissionary:  High  Councilor;  Supt.  Sunday 
M-hool  ;  Supt.  Bishop's  Counsel. 


WILLIAM   WEST   WOODLAND 
Born  in  1830.    Came  to  Utah  In  1848.    High 
Priest.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser.     Lived  at 
Oneida,  Idaho. 


XATHAN  YF.ARSI.KY 

Born  Nov.  8,  1835.  West  Chester,  Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1848.  Presiding  Elder 
at  Promontory  1885-89.  Took  part  in 
Echo  Canyon  trouble. 


XATIIAX   I).   YEARSLEY 
"ii    <>r    Xalhan    Yearsley    and    Ruthinda 
'••wart.     Born  Oct.  13,  1865,  Osden,  Utah. 
liKh     Priest;     Supt.     Sunday     School     at' 
Vn.tflruff,  Idaho.     Farmer. 


JOSUPH    \V.    BATES 

Born  Jan.  16,  1827,  Dudley,  Staffordshire. 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  June,  1849,  with  ]r,n\ 
of  Mormon  Battalion.  Black  Hawk  Indian 
\\'ar  Veteran. 


JOSEPH    W.    BATES 

Son  of  Joseph  W.  Bates  an.l  Harriet  Bill- 
inston.  Born  Oct.  1.  1855,  Salt  Lake  City 
Pres.  Elders  Quorum  1st  Ward,  Payson. 
Utah. 


N'ATHANIEL   VARY   JOXKS 
"rn  Oct.  13,  1822,  Brighton  (now  Roches- 
r>,   N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  July  20,   1849, 
'irmon    Battalion.      Bishop    15th    Ward, 
ill  Lake  City. 


NATHANIEL-  VARY   JOXES 
Son  of  Nathaniel  Vary  Jones  and  Rebecca 
M.  Burton.     Born  NOV.  9,  1850,  Salt  Lake 
City.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


FRANKLIN  ANDERSON    MILI.ER 
Son  of  Milo  Miller,   who  came  to  Utah  in 
1849,      Mormon      Battalion,      and      Rachel 
Ewing.      Born   Jan.    9,   1861,   Nephi,    Utah. 
Farmer ;   Canal  and   Road  Builder. 


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PIONEERS   AND  PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1849 


WILLIAM  MORELY  BLACK 
Born   Feb.    11,   1826.      Came  to  Utah  July 
24,     1849,     Oxteam    Company.       Seventy; 
Patriarch.     Miller. 


MARTIN  LUTHER  BLACK 
S°.nT?f  William  Merely  Black  and  Marga- 
ret Ruth  Banks.     Born  Feb.  16,  1848,  Illi- 
nois     Came  to  Utah  in  1852,  Capt.  Wim- 
mer  Company.    Pres.  High  Priests  Quorum. 


ISAAC  E.   BLACK 

Son  of  William  Merely  Black  and  Ms 
garet  Ruth  Banks.  Born  Dec.  29,  18f 
Nephi,  Utah.  High  Priest.  Miller  a' 
Farmer. 


ALVIN  BLACK 

Son  of  Isaac  E.  Black  and  Nancy  E  Al- 
len. Born  Oct.  2,  1887,  Huntington,  Utah 
Elder.  Farmer  and  Miller. 


ALMA  HESS 

Born  June  3,  1839,  Bay  County,  Mo.    Came 
to  Utah  July  28,  1849. 


ALMA  CLARENCE  HESS 
Son  of  Alma  Hess  and  Mary  Elmira  Mill 
Born  Oct.  23,  1862,  Farmington,  Ut. 
Member  Idaho  Legislature. 


WILLIAM  VAN  DYKE 
Born     Dec.     11,     1830,     Philadelphia,     Pa. 
Came    to    Utah    Spring    of    1849.      One    of 
Founders  of  Lehi.     Produce  Merchant 


WILLIAM  DAVID  VAN   DYKM 
Son  of  William  Van   Dyke  and    Charlotte 
Pixton.     Born  March  2,  1858,  Lehi,  Utah 
Missionary  to  Eastern  States ;  High  Coun- 
cilman.    Lives  at  Ogden. 


WILLIAM  DAVID  VAN  DYKI-:,  .11! 
Son  of  William  David  Van  Dyke  and  11 
tha  Ellen  Evans. 


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THOMAS  ATKIN 

Born  Feb.  10,  1804,  Legsby,  Lincolnshire, 
Kns.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1849,  Orson 
Spencer  Company.  Bishop's  Counselor. 
Carpenter  ;  Farmer. 


THOMAS  ATKIN,  JR. 
Son  of  Thomas  Atkin  and   Mary  Morley. 
Born  June  7,  1833,  South  Lincolnshire,  Eng. 
Bishop  Tooele  Ward ;   Patriarch. 


GEORGE  ATKIN 

Son  of  Thomas  Atkin  and  Mary  Morley. 
Born  March  12,  1836,  South  Lincolnshire, 
Eng.  Seventy.  Merchant. 


WILLIAM  T.  ATKIN 
ion  of   George  Atkin  and   Sarah   Matilda 
'tley.   Born   June   8,    1872,   Tooele,   Utah. 
<upt.  Ensign  Stake  Sunday  Schools. 


HAMPTON   SIDNEY   BEATIE 
Born   Dec.   31,   1826,  Washington,  County, 
Va.     Came  to  Utah  September,  1849.    Sev- 
enty.     County    Coroner ;    Lieut.-Col.    Utah 
Militia  ;  Mgr.  Z.  C.  M.  I. 


W.  J.   BEATIE 

Son  of  Hampton  Sidney  Beatie  and  Marion 
I.  Mumford.  Born  Jan.  1,  1850,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Missionary  to  England  1877-79. 
National  Bank  Examiner. 


ALEXANDER  BECKSTEAD 
lorn  ilarch  16,  1802,  Williamsburg,  Can. 
arae   to   Utah    September,    1849,   Redden 
^llred  Company.     Black  Hawk  Indian  War 
eteran. 


HENRY  BECKSTEAD 

Son  of  Alexander  Beckstead  and  Catherine 
Lince.  Born  Dec.  4,  1827,  Morrisburg, 
Can.  Indian  War  Veteran.  Bishop's 
Counselor. 


HENRY  BYRAM  BECKSTEAD 
Son  of  Henry  Beckstead  and  Luseen  Bird 
Bybee.    Born  June  28,  1850,  Davis  Count}' 
Utah.     Seventy.     Black  Hawk  Indian  Wa- 
Veteran. 


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GOHDAN   SILAS   BKCKSTEAD 
Son  of  Henry  Beckstead  and  Luseen  Birci 
Bybee.      Born   July   13,   1854,   Kast  Weber, 
Utah.      High    Priest.      Constable. 


FRANK   BKCKSTEAD 
Evanston,  Wyoming. 


RUSSELL  GIDEON   BROWXKLL 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1849,  William  Ml 
ler  Company.     Musician.     Corporal  Co.  ( 
Mormon  Battalion. 


HENRY   COULAM 

Son  of  John  Coulam,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  23,  1849,  Orson  Spencer  Company, 
anil  Sarah  Gordon.  Born  March  13  1842 
Louth,  Ens;.  High  Priest. 


HENRY  COULAM,  JR. 

Son    of    Henry    Coulam    and    Sarah    Bean. 
Born  July  24,   1871. 


ROSEL  HYDE 

Son  of  Heman  Hyde  and  Polly  W  Tiltoi 
Born  May  20,  1816,  York,  Livingston  C( 
N.  Y.  Came  to  I'tah  September,  1849. 


1 1  K.MAX    HYDE 

Son  of  Rosel  Hyde  and  Mary  Ann  Cowles 
Born  Feb.  3,  1855,  Kay svllle,  Utah.  Bishop 
of  Fairview  Ward,  Idaho,  and  of  Auburn 
Ward,  Wyoming. 


WILLIAM    A.    HYI'K 

Son  of  Rosel  Hyde  and  Mary  Ann  Cowles 
Born  June  6,  1863.  Bishop  of  Cambridge 
Ward  1895;  Pres.  Pocatello  Stake  1901. 
Member  Idaho  Legislature. 


GEORGE  T.  HYDE 
Son  of  Rosel  Hyde  and  Hannah  Maria  Sir 
mons.  Born  Nov.  25,  1866,  Kaysvill 
Utah.  Bishop  of  Cambridge  and  Dowm 
Wards. 


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CHARLES  G.   HYDE 

Son  uf  William  Hyde  and  Abigail  Gloyd. 
Horn  Nov.  13,  1861,  Hyde  Park,  Utah. 
Bishop.  Pres.  Hyde  Park  Town  Board  of 
Trustees  Ten  Years. 


WILLIAM   JOHN   LEWIS 
Father    of    the    wife    of    John    De    Gray 
IMxon    of    Provo,    Utah.       Came    to    Utah 
September,     1849,     Dan     Jones     Company. 


W.  D.  LEWIS 

Son    of   William    John    Lewis.      Bishop    at 
Park  City,  Utah.  Lumber  and  Coal  Dealer. 


EDWARIJ   T.   MUMFORD 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1849. 


EDWARD    KILLICK   ROBERTS 
Born  April  14,  1828,  Leeds  County,  Upper 
Canada.      Came    to    Utah    Sept.    23,    1849, 
Capt.    William    Miller    Company. 


WILLIAM   JOSEPH   SMITH 
iorn   April    26,    1820,    Gosberton,    Risgate, 
Lincolnshire,    Eng.      Came    to    Utah    Sept. 
a,  1849,  Orson  Spencer  Company. 


JOSEPH    SMITH 

Son  of  William  J.  Smith  and  Mary  Ann 
Frier.  Born  May  18,  1849,  Council  Bluffs, 
Iowa.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 
Wool  Grower. 


ORSON    SPENCER 

Son  of  Daniel  Spencer  and  Cloe  Wilson. 
Born  March  14,  1802,  West  Stockbridge, 
Mass.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1849,  own 
Company. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1849 


GEORGE   BOARDMAN  SPENCER 
Son  of  Orson  Spencer  and  Catherine  Cur- 
tis.      Born    Feb.     21,     1840,     Middlefield, 
Mass.     Bishop  First  Ward,    Paris,   Idaho. 


L.  J.   UTLEY 

Born  Feb.  1,  1806,  Mobile,  Alabama. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1849,  Orson  Spen- 
cer Company. 


JOSEPH    WRIGHT 

Born  Dec.  25,  1817,  Rubuth,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  28,  1849,  Orson  Spencer 
Co.  Member  22nd  Quorum  Seventies. 


JOHN  M.    WRIGHT 

Son  of  Joseph  Wright  and  Mary  Ann 
Frier.  Born  Jan.  21,  1861.  Mill  Creek, 
Utah.  Farmer  and  President  of  Seventies. 


CHARLES  ADAMS 

Son  of  William  Adams,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1849,  George  A.  Smith  Company, 
and  Mary  Ann  Seech.  Born  Sept.  16, 
1843,  Hillsborough,  Ireland.  Bishop. 


ALANSON  DAVID  ALLEN 
Son  of  Albern  and  Marcia  Allen.  Born 
May  2,  1829,  Delaware  County,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  27,  1849,  Geo.  A.  Smith 
Company.  Captain  Echo  Canyon  War. 
Farmer. 


ALBERN    ALANSON    ALLEN 
Son  of  Alanson  David  Allen  and  Chastina 
Hadlock.       Born    Dec.    28,    1852,    Willard, 
Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor.      Farmer. 


ALBERN   ALLEN,    JR. 
Son   of  Albern  Allen,    who  came   to  Utah 
Oct.    16,    1847,   and    Mary   Jane    (Morris) 
McCarty.     Born  Dec.  2,  1854. 


THADDEUS    ALVORD 
Born   Oct.    28,   1781.      Came   to  Utah   Oct. 
28,    1849. 


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JOSEPH  B.  ALVORD 
.  Son   of  Thaddeus   Alvord.      Born   Dec.    4, 
1 1830.     Came   to   Utah   with   father.     Pio- 
neer in  irrigation. 


JOSEPH  L.   ALVORD 

Son  of  Joseph  B.  Alvord  and  Sarah  E. 
Mower.  Born  Aug.  20,  1883,  West  Weber, 
Utah.  Farmer. 


BYRON  BARKER 

Born  Nov.  16,  1842,  Watertown,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  20,  1849,  David  Moore 
Company. 


GEORGE   BYROX  BARKER 
•ion  of  Byron   Barker  and   Julia  C.   Hub- 
jard.     Born   April   26,   1869. 


GEORGE  BARKER 

Born  in  March,  1793,  Shelfanger,  Norfolk, 
Kng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  20,  1849,  Allen 
Taylor  Company. 


JAMES   BARKER 

Son  of  George  Barker  and  Sarah  Gerard. 
Born  June  7,  1820,  Shelfanger,  Eng.  Pio- 
neer of  Ogden. 


JAMES  JOHN  BARKER 
<m  of  James  Barker  and  Mary  Catherine 
alin.     Born  July  20,  1858,  Ogden,  Utah. 
aventy.     City  Councilman.     Farmer. 


DESMOND   JAMES    BARKER 
Son  of  James  John  Barker  and  Vincy  Rice 
Stone.      Born     March     15,     1889,     Ogden, 
Utah.     Member   Sunday   School   Board   of 
Ogden  Stake. 


JAMES   BARKER 

Born  April  7,  1827,  Biss,  Norfolk,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  20,  1849,  Allen  Taylor 
Company.  Bishop's  Counselor. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1849 


LYMAN  BARKER 

Son    of   James    Barker  and    Polly    Emiline 
Bloilselt.      Born  March  15,   1872. 


SIMON  BARKER 

Son  of  George  Barker,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  20,  1849,  Allen  Taylor  Company,  and 
Sarah  Gerard.  Born  Oct.  1,  1826,"  Shel- 
fanner,  Ens.  HiKh  Priest. 


GEORGE   SIMON   BARKER 
Son  of  Simon  Barker  and  Jemima  Newvy. 
Born   April    20,    1857,   Ogden,   Utah.      Sev- 
enty.     Farmer. 


GEORGE   SIMON   BARKER,   JR. 
Son    of    George    Simon    Barker    and    Alice 
Whitney.       Born    AUK.     27,     1882,    Ogilen, 
Utah.      Bishop's   Counselor.      Lawyer. 


ROBERT    BKRRKTT 

Born  June  23,  1797,  Steeple  Ashton,  Wilt- 
shire, Ens.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1849, 
Georse  A.  Smith  Company. 


ROBERT  GRIFFIX  BERRETT 
Son  of  Robert  Berrett  and  Sarah  |[> 
Griffin.  Born  June  23,  1831,  Steeple  Ash 
ton,  Knit.  President  38th  Quorum  Seven- 
ties. Justice  of  Peace. 


RICHARD  THOMAS  BERRETT 
Son  of  Robert  Berrett  and  Sarah  Hyet 
Griffin.  Born  Jan.  4,  1840,  Steeple  Ash- 
ton,  EnR.  Echo  Canyon  War  Veteran. 
Constable. 


SAMUEL  F.  BERRKTT 
Son  of  Robert  Berrett  and  Sarah  H.  Grif- 
fin.     Born    March    18,    1848,    Steeple    Ash- 
ton,    Ens.       Bishop's    Counselor.      Farmer 
and   Stockraiser. 


CHARLES  A.   BERRY 

Father  of  the  wife  of  Aaron  Roylance,  of 
SprinKVille,  Utah. 


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JOHN  M.   BERRY 

Son  of  John  William  Berry  and  Jane  C. 
i  Thomas.  Born  Oct.  11,  1853,  Spanish 
Fork,  Utah. 


WILLIAM   SHANKS  BERRY 
Born  Feb.  3,   1838.  Weakley  County,  Tenn. 
Came   to   Utah    in   October,    1849,   William 
Hyde    Company. 


JOHN    WILLIAM   BERRY 
Son    of    William    Shanks    Berry    and    Re- 
becca  Rosena    Beck.      Born   Jan.    17,    1877, 
Kanarra\  ille,   Utah.      Bishop. 


THOMAS   BUTTERFIELl) 
Born     June     17,     1811,     FarminKton,     Me. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  15,  1849,  Allen  Taylor 
Company.      Seventy.      Farmer. 


ALMOX  BUTTERFirL.Il 
Son  of  Thomas  Butterneld  and  .Mary  Jane 
Parker.      Born  July   14,   1844,   Nauvoo,   111. 
Seventy.      Farmer  and    Stockraiser. 


ALMON   T.    BUTTEUFIKLD 
V>n  of  Almon  Butterneld  and  Elizabeth  A. 
•armer.      Born    July    5,    1868.    Herriman, 
tah.      High    Councilor.       President    Jor- 
lan  Valley  Bank. 


THOMAS    Bt'TTERFlELl),    JR. 
Son  of  Thomas  Butlerrield  and  Mary  Janu 
Parker.      Born   April    25,    1853,    Herriman, 
Utah.      Bishop. 


THOMAS  SOLOMON  BUTTERFIELU. 

Son  of  Thomas  Butterneld,  Jr.,  and  Lucy 
Wheadon.  Born  Oct.  17,  1882,  Herriman, 
Salt  Lake  County,  Utah.  AVard  Teacher. 


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PIONEERS   AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 1849 


SAMUEL  BUTTERFIELD 
Son  of  Thomas  Butterfleld  and  Mary  Jane 
Parker.      Born   Feb.    27,    1855,    Herriman, 
Utah. 


ZACHARIAH   BUTTERFIELD 
Son     of     Thomas     Butterfleld     and     Jane 
Farmer.      Born    Jan.    4,    1864,    Herriman, 
Utah.      Bishop's    Counselor.      Farmer   and 
Sheepraiser. 


ANGUS  M.    CANNON 

Born  May  17,  1834,  Liverpool,  Eng.  Camt 
to  Utah  in  October,  1849,  Redick  N  All- 
red  Company.  Mayor  of  St.  George 
President  Salt  Lake  Stake. 


CHARLES  MOUSLEY  CANNON 
Son  of  Angus  M.  Cannon  and  Ann  Aman- 
da Mousley.     Born  Jan.  2,  1869,  Salt  Lake 
City. 


QUAYLE   CANNON 

Son  of  Angus  M.  Cannon  and  Ann 
Amanda  Mousley.  Born  Dec.  30,  1879, 
Salt  Lake  City.  Bishop's  Counselor. 
Member  Cannon  &  Cannon  Real  Est  Co 


BENJAMIN  CLEGG 
Born  Sept.  1,  1847,  Oldham,  Lancashire 
I'^ng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1849  Ezn 
T.  Benson  Company.  High  Priest. 


PETER  McINTYRE  CLEGG 
Son    of   Benjamin   Clegg   and    Grace   Mc- 
Intyre.     Born  Oct.  15,  1859,  Tooele,  Utah 
President  Tooele  County  State  Bank 


ALVIN  CROCKETT 

Born  Oct.  19,  1831,  Fox  Island,  Me. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  19,  1849.  High  Coun- 
cilor. Mayor  of  Logan. 


ALVIN  D.  CROCKETT 
Son   of  Alvin  Crockett  and   Sophia  Ree< 
Born  Oct.   24,   1854,   Payson,  Utah.     Bisli 
op's   Counselor. 


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GEORGE    ELMER    CROCKETT 
Son  of  Alvin   Crockett  and   Mary   Sophia 
Reed.     Born  Nov.    28,   1865,  Logan,  Utah. 
Seventy.     Sheriff  Oneida  County,  Idaho. 


DANIEL   DANIELS 

Born  Aug.  9,  1807,  Caermarthenshire, 
Wales.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  27,  1849, 
George  A.  Smith  Company.  Bishop  Malad 
Ward,  Idaho. 


THOMAS  DANIELS 

Son  of  Daniel  Daniels  and  Mary  Jeremy. 
Born  Jan.  18,  1831,  Caermarthenshire, 
Wales.  Chairman  Board  County  Com- 
missioners, Oneida,  Idaho. 


DANIEL  M.  DANIELS 
Son  of  Thomas  Daniels  and  Mary  Davis. 
Born  Dec.  20,  18516,  Brigham,  Utah.  Mem- 
ber High  Council  Malad  Stake. 


DAVID  MORONI   DANIELS 
Son   of  Thomas   Daniels  and  Mary  Davis. 
Born    March     26,     1859,     Brigham,     Utah. 
Stockraiser. 


SAMUEL    EGBERT 

Born  March  24,  1814,  Breckinridge  Coun- 
ty, Kentucky.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  15, 
1849,  Allen  Taylor  Company.  Indian  War 
Veteran. 


JOHN    ALEXANDER    EGBERT 
Son     of     Samuel     Egbert     and     Margret 
Mariah  Beckstead.     Born  March  28,  1842, 
Hancock  County,  111.     Bishop. 


SAMUEL  ALEXANDER   EGBERT 
Son  of  John  Alexander  Egbert  and  Emma 
Grlmmett.     Born  Jan.  20,  1865,  West  Jor- 
dan, Utah.     School  Trustee. 


ROBERT  C.   EGBERT 

Son  of  Samuel  Egbert  and  Louisa  Minerva 
Pettie.  Born  Sept.  4,  1864,  Salt  Lake  City. 


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PIONEERS   AND    PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1849 


WILLIAM  H.  FREEMAN,  JR. 
Sun  of  William  H.  Freeman,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  October,  1849,  Enoch  Reese  Com- 
pany, ami  Angelina  Stocking.  Born  Feb. 
4,  1858,  Fort  Herriman,  Utah.  President 
Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


PHILLIP  GARNER 

Born  Oct.  11,  1808,  Roan  County,  N.  C. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  25,  1849,  George  A. 
Smith  Company.  Member  Co.  B,  Mor- 
mon Battalion. 


HENRY  GARNER 

Son  of  Phillip  Garner  anil  Mary  Hedrirk. 
Born  Feb.  13,  1833,  Vincennes,  Ind.  Came 
to  Utah  with  father.  High  Priest. 


HENRY    JAMES    GARNER 
Son     of     Henry     Garner     and     Mary     M. 
Browning.       Born    June    9,    1855,    Ogilen, 
Utah.      Bishop  of  Plain  City. 


RUFUS   ALMA   GARNER 
Son     of     Henry     Garner     and     Mary     M. 
Browning.       Born    Oct.    18,    1869,    Oerden, 
Utah.      Member    High    Council    of    Weber 
Stake. 


FREDERICK  GARNER 
Son  of  Phillip  Garner  and  Mary  Hedrlck. 
Born  Oct.  13,  1837,  Hancock  County.  111. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


JOHN    A.    GAUNKR 

Son  of  Phillip  Garner  and  Mary  Hedrick. 
Born  Sept.  11,  1856,  Ogden,  Utah.  Bish- 
op's Counsek>r. 


ALBERT  GARNER 
Son  of  William  Franklin  Garner  and  Mary 
Ann  Barker.  Born  Oct.  2,  1875,  North 
Ogden,  Utah. 


LYSANDER  GEE 
Born  Sept.  1,  1818,  Austinburg,  Ohio. 
Came  to  I'tah  in  1849,  George  A.  Smltli 
Company.  Lawyer. 


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FRANCIS  WIL.SOX  GUNNELL 
Horn    .March    3,    1831,    Houghton,    Xotting- 
lainshire,    Eng.      Came    to    Utah    Oct.    29, 
1M!'.      Ezra    T.    Benson    Company.      Mail 
Jontractor. 


FRANKLIN    L.    GUXNKLL 
Son  of  Francis  Wilson  Gunnell  and  Esther 
Lewis.       Born     Oct.     7,     186S),     Wellsville, 
Utah.       Vice     President     Wellsville     City 
Bank.     Farmer.     Bishop. 


ARCHIBALD   B.   GUNNELL 

Son  of  Francis  Wilson  Gunnell  and  Jane 
Baxter.  Born  Oct.  31,  1877,  Wellsville. 
Utah. 


GKOKGE    HANCOCK 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1849. 


CHRISTIAN   HYER 

Born  Sept.  17,  1817,  Christensen,  Norway. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  25,  1849,  Kzra  T.  Ben- 
son Company. 


ANDREW  L.  HYER 

Son  of  Christian  Hyer  anil  Carolina  Ho- 
gan.  Born  Deo.  1,  I860,  Richmond,  Utah. 
Bishop  of  Lewiston  Ward. 


JOHX   JACOBS 
:nrn    Hop.    7,    1825,    Berjnisley,    Norway, 
ame  to  Utah  in  October,   1849.      Ezra  T. 
'enson  Company.     Counselor  in   Deacons' 
•uorum   32   years.     Indian   War  Veteran. 


GEORGE   r.   JACOBS 

Son   of   John    Jacobs   and    Elizabeth    Cole- 
man.      Born  Feb.   9,   1850. 


JOHN  S.  JACOBS 

Son   of   John   Jacobs   and    Elizabeth    Cole- 
man.      Born  Aug.   7,   1856. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1849 


THOMAS  E.  JEREMY 
Born  July  11,  1815,  in  South  Wales.   Came 
to   Utah    Oct.    28,    1849,    George   A.    Smith 
Company.        High      Priest.      Farmer     and 
Gardener. 


THOMAS   E.   JEREMY,   JR. 
Son    of    Thomas    E.    Jeremy    and    Sarah 
Evans.    Born  Dec.   1,   1839,  Caermarthen- 
shire,  Wales.     Came  to  Utah  with  father. 
High   Priest.     City  Councilman. 


CHARLES  LAMBERT 
Born   Aug.    30,    1816.      Came   to   Utah   ir 
October,     1849,     Allen     Taylor    Company 
President  23rd  Quorum  Seventies.     Stoni 
Cutter ;  Mason. 


GEORGE  C.  LAMBERT 
Son   of   Charles   Lambert  and    Mary  Alice 
Cannon.      Born    April    11,    1848,     Winter 
Quarters.    Neb.      Manager   Deseret   News ; 
President  and  Manaerer  Lambert  Paper  Co. 


CHARLES  JOHN  LAMBERT 
Son   of   Charles   Lambert  and   Mary   Alice 
Cannon. 


LEMUEL    STURDIFONT    LEAVITT 
Born    Nov.     3,     1826,    Compton,    Canada 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,   1849.      Settle, 
at   Santa  Clara,   Utah,   in  1857.     Assists 
bringing  immigrants  to  Utah  in  1863. 


CHRISTOPHER   MKRKLEY 
Born    Dec.    18,    1808,    Williamsburg,    Dun- 
das  Co.,  Ontario,  Canada.     Came  to  Utah 
Oct.   3,    1849,   Enoch  Reese  Company.     In- 
dian War  Veteran. 


CHRISTOPHER  AMOS  MERKLEY 


Son  of  Christopher  Merkley  and  Harissa 
Fairbanks.  Born  Feb.  28,  1859,  17th 
Ward,  Salt  Lake  City.  High  Councilor; 
Bishop. 


JOHN  MERKLEY 

Son  of  Nelson  Merkley  and  Sarah  Jam 
Sanders.  Born  Aus.  29,  1874,  Cedar  Kort 
Utah.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Farmer  ami 
Apiarist. 


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193 


DAVID  MOORE 

Born  Jan.  20,  1819,  Eardley,  Ottawa  Co., 
Quebec,  Canada.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  20, 
1849,  Allen  Taylor  Company.  Bishop  of 
Mound  Fort. 


SHURE  OLSEN 

Born  June  23,  1818,  Island  of  Skudness, 
Norway.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  26,  1849, 
Charles  Hopkins  Company.  High  Priest. 
Carpenter  and  Joiner. 


JOHN  PARRY 

Born  Feb.  10,  1789,  Newmarket,  North 
Wales.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  27,  1849, 
George  A.  Smith  Company.  High  Coun- 
cilman. Chorister. 


CALEB  PARRY 

<nn    of   John    Parry   and    Mary   Williams. 
<>in    Oct.     9,     1823,     Newmarket,     North 
.Vales. 


CALEB  PARRY,  JR. 

Son  of  Caleb  Parry  and  Catherine 
Vaughn  Evans.  Born  Feb.  16,  1850,  at 
Salt  Lake  City. 


PARLEY   MORONI  PARRY 
Son  of  Caleb  Parry,  Jr.,  and  Frances  So- 
phia     Marriot.      Born      July      18,      1879, 
Ogden,  Utah.     Manager  Merchants'  Light 
and  Power  Company  of  Ogden. 


DAVID    PETERS 

,'°™  March  10,  1810,  Merionethshire. 
;orth  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in  1849, 
•eorge  A.  Smith  Company. 

IS 


MORRIS   REES   PETERS 
Born  Nov.  22,  1855,  Brigham  City,  Utah. 
First  Counselor  to  Bishop  James  Nelson- 
sen  Oct.   25,   1896-1904.     Bishop  of  Perry 
Ward,  Utah. 


CANUTE  PETERSON 
Born  May  13,  1824,  Hardanger,   Norway. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1849,   Ezra  T. 
Benson  Company.    Bishop  Ephraim,  Pres- 
ident San  Pete  Stake. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1849 


PETER  CORNELIUS   PETERSON 
Son   of  Canute   Peterson   and   Sarah   Ann 
Nelson.     Born  June  22,  1850,  at  Salt  Lake 
City.      Farmer   and    Sheepraiser.     Quarry 
owner. 


JOHN  PYPER 

Born  June  17,  1820,  Kilmuir,  Ross,  Scot- 
land. Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1849,  with 
Allen  Taylor's  Company.  County  Re- 
corder. High  Priest. 


CHARLES  JOHN  PYPER 
Son  of  John  Pyper  and  Madaline  Garner. 
Born  Feb.  16,  1871,  Nephi,  Utah. 


ROBERT  OWEN 

Born  in  January,  1828,  in  Wales.  Came 
to  Utah  in  October,  1849,  with  first  of 
Welsh  Saints.  Stonecutter  on  the  Temple. 


EDWARD  ROBINSON 

Born  Oct.  16,  1807,  Cheshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1849,  Ezra  T.  Benson 
Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer. 


WILLIAM    SMITH    ROBINSON 
Son     of     Edward     Robinson     and     Mar> 
Smith.      Born   July   29,    1840,    Manchester 
Eng.      Came  to    Utah   with   father.      Hig' 
Priest.     City  Councilman,  American  For 
Farmer. 


ROBERT   SKELTON 

Born  in  1824  in  Carlisle,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  in  October,  1849,  Ezra  T.  Benson 
Company.  Farmer. 


ROBERT    SKELTON,    JR. 
Son  of  Robert  Skelton  and  Eliza  Ansellne 
Gollaher.      Born    May    31,     1863,    Tooele, 
Utah.     Printer  and  Publisher. 


JACOB  STRONG 
Born  Oct.  9,  1799,  York  County,  Pa.  Cami 
to  Utah  In  October,  1849,  Silas  Richard 
Company. 


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195 


HYRUM  STRONG 

in  of  Jacob  Strong.     Born  Sept.  28,  1845. 
luvoo,  111. 


JAMES    PARSHALL    TERRY 
Son  of  Parshall  Terry,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.   15,  1849,  Allen  Taylor  Company,  and 
Hannah  Terry.     Born  Jan.  1,  1830,  Albion. 
Ontario,  Upper  Canada. 


GEORGE  W.   TERRY 

Son   of  James    Parshall   Terry  and   Mary 
Richards.      Born  May  21,   1859. 


JOHN   RICHARDS   TERRY 
n  of  James   Parshall   Terry   and   Mary 
•harfls.      Born   July    10,    1868. 


ALLEN  TAYLOR 

Born  Jan.  17,  1814,  Bowling  Green,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  15,  1849,  Captain  of 
his,  the  Allen  Taylor  Company.  Bishop. 


WILLIAM  RILEY  TAYLOR 
Son  of  Allen  Taylor  and  Sarah  L.  Allred. 
Born  Feb.   12,  1839,  Caldwell  County,  Mo. 
Came    to    Utah    Oct.    15,    1849,    with    his 
father.       Bishop's    Counselor. 


WILLIAM  ALLEN  TAYLOR 


of  William  Riley  Taylor  and  Mar- 
-et  J.  Ellison.  Born  April  19,  1859, 
U-sville,  Utah.  Missionary  to  England. 
1  :ti  Councilor. 


LUKE  TITCOMB 

Born  March  3,  1832,  Berkshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  31,  1849,  Ezra  T.  Ben- 
son Company.  High  Priest.  Provo  In- 
dian War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


JAMES   URE 

Born  June  11,  1817,  Bridge  of  Weir,  Scot- 
land. Came  to  Utah  Oct.  27,  1849,  George 
A.  Smith  Company.  Missionary ;  Coun- 
selor in  Stake  Presidency. 


196 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1849 


JAMES   W.   URB 

Son  of  James  Ure  and  Janet  Scott  Born 
Oct.  31,  1847,  South  Lincoln,  Eng.  High 
Councilor.  Indian  War  Veteran.  School 
Trustee.  High  Priest. 


ALBERT    SCOTT    URE 
Son  of  James  Ure  and  Janet  Scott.     Born 
March  31,  1853,  at  Salt  Lake  City.     Dep- 
uty Sheriff  and  Police  Officer  of  Salt  Lake. 
Carpenter. 


JOSEPH  WHITE 

Born    Dec.    26,    1840,    Yorkshire,    Englr  . 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1849,  Ezra  T.  t 
son  Company.     Resided  at  Tooele,  I'ta 


GEORGE  W.  WILKINS 
Born    Oct.     28,    1822,    Peterboro,    N.    H. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.   12,  1849.     Patriarch  ; 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


JOHN    WOOTTON 

Born  May  15,  1842,  Staffordshire,  EnK. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1849,  Captain 
Benson's  Company.  High  Priest.  Mar- 
shal. Farmer. 


EZRA  GRANGER  WILLIAMS 
Born  Nov.  17,  1823,  Warrensville,  C 
hoga  Co.,  Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  Ocl 
1849,  Ezra  T.  Benson  Company.  Re 
at  Ogclen,  Utah. 


FREDERICK  G.  WILLIAMS 
Son  of  Ezra  Granger  Williams  and  Hen- 
rietta Elizabeth  Crombie.    Born  March  29, 
}853. 


EZRA  HENRY  GRANGER  WILLIAMS 
Son  of  Ezra  G.  Williams  and  Henrietta 
Elizabeth  Crombie.  Born  April  16,  1855, 
Salt  Lake  City.  One  of  Presidents  63rd 
Quorum  Seventies.  Resides  at  Ogden. 


MYRON  ABBOTT 

Born    Dec.    1,    1837,    Perry,    Pike   Co..  ' 
Came   to    Utah    in    1849.      Justice   of  J< 
Peace ;  Lieutenant  Utah  Militia.    Bisl  • 
Counselor. 


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197 


MYRON  ALMA  ABBOTT 
n  of  Myron  Abbott  and  Laura  Joseph- 
•    Allen.      Born    Feb.    15,    1862,    Osjden, 
ah.     Commissioner  Sevier  County  1894  ; 
slice  of  Peace  1898. 


REUBEN  WARREN  ALLRED 
Born    Nov.    18,    1815,     Bedford    County, 
Tenn.     Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  Allen  Tay- 
lor Company. 


THOMAS    BUTLER   ALLRED 
Son  of  Reuben  Warren  Allred  and   Lucy 
Ann  Butler.     Born  March  17,  1841.    Indian 
War    Veteran.      Seventy ;    Ward   Teacher. 
City  Councilman  Spring  City. 


JOHN  NELSON  AVERY 
l|-n   May  2,    1844,    in   Illinois.      Came   to 
Luh  in  1849.     First  Lieutenant   in  Utah 


ZIMRI  HAFFORD  BAXTER 
Born  Feb.  14,  1807,  Vassalboro,  Kennebec 
Co.,  Maine.     Came  to  Utah  in  December, 
1849.     Captain  of  Silver  Greys  in  Nauvoo 
Legion.     Carpenter  and  Joiner. 


JOSEPH  WILLIAM  BAXTER 
Son  of  Zimri  Hafford  Baxter  and  Ann 
Jackson.  Born  April  22,  1859,  Nephi, 
Utah.  Sunday  School  Superintendent,  In- 
dian Valley,  Idaho,  1899-0*.  Farmer ; 
Fruit  Grower. 


JOHN   BEAL 

(n    July    10,    1801,    Wells,    Eng.      Came 
"jtah  m  1849.     One  of  the  founders  of 
raim,  Utah. 


HENRY  BEAL 

Son  of  John  Beal  and  Ann  Deacon.  Born 
April  30,  1835,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Patriarch. 
President  Snow  Academy. 


GEORGE  A.  BEAL 

Son    of    Henry    Beal    and    Mary    Thorpe. 
Born  Sept.  8,  1859,  Ephraim,  Utah. 


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PIONEERS   AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1849 


JOHN    BEAL,    JR. 

Son  of  John  Beal  and  Ann  Deacon.  Born 
Dec.  20,  1836,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  One  of 
the  founders  of  Circleville,  Utah.  Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


BUENEMAN  B.  BITNER 
Born   Dec.    15,    1837,    Washington   County, 
Pa.     Came  to  Utah  in  1849.     Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


ELIAS  HICKS  BLACKBURN 
Born  Sept.  17,  1827,  Bedford  County,  1 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  Milo  Andrus  Co 
pany.  First  Bishop  of  Provo.  Farn 
and  Doctor. 


CACEY  POTTER  BOWEN 
Born    Dec.    18,    1830,    Bennington    County, 
Vt.     Came  to  Utah  in  1849.     Indian  War 
Veteran. 


CACEY    POTTER   BOWEN,   JR. 
Son  of  Cacey  Potter  Bowen  and  Eleanor 
McGarey.      Born    Oct.    24,    1858,    Ogden, 
Utah.     Bishop  Lyman  Ward,  Idaho. 


GEORGE  WASHINGTON  BR1.MII.U 
Born  Nov.  14,  1814,  South  Freemc 
Oneida  County,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah 
1849.  Patriarch.  Farmer  and  Builder 


GEORGE    HKNRY    BRIMHALL 
Son  of  George  Washington    Brimhall   and 
Rachel    Ann    Mayer.      Born    Dec.    9,    1852, 
at    Salt    Lake    City.      President    Brigham 
Young  University  of  Provo. 


BARTLETT   BROWN 

Born  Nov.  4,  1798,  Waterville,  Vt.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1849.     Farmer  and  Miner. 


DANIEL  BULL 
Born  Sept.  16,  1814,  Birmingham,  E 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849.  High  PH. 
Stockraiser. 


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199 


THOMAS   C.   HARDING 
Grandson  of  Daniel  B.  Bull,  who  came  to 
I'tah    1849.      Born    Dec.    5,    1877,    Morgan, 
Utah.      County    Recorder ;    City    Council- 
man. 


THOMAS  CARTWRIGHT 
Born    Dec.    23,    1814,    Wigan,    Lancashire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  Milo  Andrus 
Company.     High  Priest.     Blacksmith. 


JOSEPH    HENRY   CARTWRIGHT 
Son  of  Thomas  Cartwrisht  and  Jane  Al- 
len.    Born  March  6,  1845,  Liverpool,  Eng. 
High  Priest.     Minuteman  and  Blacksmith. 


THOMAS   CARTWRIGHT 
Son    of    Joseph     Henry    Cartwright     and 
Sarah  Ann  Grimshaw.  Born  April  20,1869. 


ISAAC  CLARK 

Born  May  7,  1806,  Bowling  Green,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849.  First  Bishop  of 
Ogden.  Postmaster. 


ISAAC  L.  CLARK 

Son   of   Isaac   Clark    and   Diana   Herrick. 
Born    Sept.     10,    1853.      High    Councilor. 


Merchant. 


ISAAC  G.  CLARK 

Son  of  Isaac  L.  Clark  and  Romania  Shaw. 
Born  Nov.  13,  1878,  Ogden,  Utah.  Man- 
ager I.  L.  Clark  &  Sons  Co.  of  Ogden. 


DANIEL  COLLETT 

Born  Dec.  9,  1809,  Came  to  Utah  in  1849. 
High  Priest.  Pioneer  of  Smithfield  1850. 
Wheelwright ;  Farmer. 


REUBEN    COLLETT 

Son  of  Daniel  Collett  and  Esther  Jones. 
Born  July  19,  1839,  Gloucestershire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849.  High  Priest. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1849 


REUBEN  SAMUEL  COLLETT 
Son     of    Reuben     Collett     and     Elthurah 
Roseltha    Merrill.      Born    May    26,    1864, 
Smithfield,  Utah.     High  Priest.      Farmer. 


DANIEL,  CORBETT 

Born  May  16,  1807,  Farmington,  Franklin 
County,  Maine.  Came  to  Utah  in  1849. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


SAMUEL  CORBETT 
Son  of  Daniel  Corbett  and  Elmira  Wrigh 
Born  Oct.  19,  1835,  Farmington,  Main 
Seventy.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Ve 
eran. 


MARION  L.   CORBETT 
Son    of    Samuel    Corbett   and    Camilla    D. 
.lacobsen.      Born    Jan.    20,    1864,    at    Salt 
Lake  City.     Bishop's  Counselor.     Farmer. 


JOSEPH  B.  DANA 

Son  of  Charles  Root  Dana,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1849,  and  Jane  Cully.  Born  Nov. 
24,  1860,  Ogden,  Utah.  City  Councilman 
at  Ogden. 


CHARLES  A.  DAVIS 
Born  Oct.  13,  1810,  Princeton,  Mass.  Can" 
to  Utah  in  1849.  High  Priest.  Pos 
master  at  Spanish  Fork  25  years. 


WARREN  E.  DAVIS 

Son  of  Charles  A.  Davis  and  Ruth  Ken- 
nan.  Born  June  13,  1848,  in  Iowa.  High 
Priest.  County  Road  Supervisor.  Direc- 
tor in  Spanish  Fork  Co-op. 


WARREN  E.  DAVIS,  JR. 
Son    of    Warren    E.    Davis    and    Almira 
Stoker.      Born     Oct.     26,     1872,     Spanish 
Fork,  Utah.     Resides  Spanish  Fork. 


HTRUM  DAYTON 

Born  at  Dayton  Ohio.     Came  to  Utah 
1849.     President  12th  Quorum  Elders. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1849 


201 


,      MORONI  DAYTON 
i,on  of  Hyrura  Dayton  and  Permelia  Bun- 
ly.      Born    Sept.    3,    1834,    Parkman 
ihio.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


Co., 


FRANCIS  MORONI   DAYTON 
Son  of  Moroni  Dayton,  whose  father,  Hy- 
rum  Dayton,   came  to  Utah   in   1849,   and 
Sarah  Nichols.     Born  Nov.  14,  1856,  Cedar 
Fort,  Utah. 


ROBERT  HUGHES  DOWDLE 
Born  April  6,  1830,  Franklin  County,  Ala. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  with  Government 
Freighters.     Seventy. 


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CHARLES  DROWN 
3orn    Oct.    28,    1815.      Came   to    Utah    in 
849.     Missionary  to  California  in  1857. 


DAVID  TARBELL  DROWN 
Son  of  Charles  Drown  and  Sarah  Tarbell. 
Born   Dec.   9,   1837,   Oswego,    N.   Y.     Lives 
at  West  Jordan,  Utah. 


JAMES  DUKE 

Son  of  Jonathan  Oldham  Duke  and  Mary 
Stone.  Born  Dec.  21,  1829,  Albany,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  Amasa  M.  Lyman 
Company.  High  Priest. 


JONATHAN  OLDHAM  DUKE 
iorn  Aug.  31,  1807,  Derby  Eng.     Came  to 
Jtah    Sept.    15,    1850,    James    Pace    Com- 
pany.    Bishop  1st  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


ETHAN  ALLEN  DUKE 
Son    of    James    Duke    and    Almira    Moore. 
Born    Sept.    23,    1857,    at    Salt   Lake   City. 
High  Priest. 


JOHN  DUKE 

Son  of  Jonathan  Oldham  Duke  and  Mary 
Stone.  Born  Nov.  19,  1834,  Albany,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  Black  Hawk  In- 
dian War  Veteran. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1849 


ROBERT  STONE  DUKE 
Son  of  Jonathan  Oldham  Uuke  and  Mary 
Stone.     Born  April  14,  1837,  Albany,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father.     Bishop  Heber 
Hast  Ward. 


ROBERT    DUKE 

Son  of  Robert  Stone  Duke  ami  Anna  W. 
Ross  Young.  Born  Dec.  4,  1857,  Provo, 
Utah.  Bishop  1st  Ward,  Heber  City,  Utah. 


GEORGE  JONATHAN  DUKE 
Son  of  Jonathan  Oldham  Duke  and  Sara 
Thompson.  Born  May  25,  1858,  Prov 
Utah.  Farmer  and  Ranchman. 


JOHN  SEGERS  EATON 
Born  April  2,  1842,  Montrose,  Iowa.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1849. 


FREDERICK  G.   FROERER 

(GFROERER) 

Born   May    21,    1825,    in   Germany.      Came 
Elder.     Carpenter. 


rsorn    luay    Ji,    is 
to  Utah   in   1849. 


WILLIAM  GLOVER 
Born  March  31,  1813,  Kilmarnock,  Sco 
land.  Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  Samth 
Brannan  Company.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH   SMITH  GLOVER 
Son   of  William   Glover  and   Jane  Cowen. 
Born    Sept.    13,     1846,     in    Pennsylvania. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849. 


JOSEPH   HYHUM   GLOVER 
Son    of    Joseph    Smith    Glover    and    Ellen 
Mariah  Rice.     Born  April  15,  1869,  Farm- 
ington,   Utah.     Justice  of   Peace. 


WILLIAM  F.  GLOVER 
Son  of  William  Glover  and  Jane  Cower 
Born  at  San  Francisco,  Cal.  Farmer  an 
Stockraiser. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1849 


'203 


WILLIAM  HENRY  GLOVER 
Son  of  William  F. 'Glover  and  Sarah  Jane 
Barnes.      Born    April    14,    1870,    Brigham 
City,   Utah.     City  Councilman. 


JAMES    M.    GRAHAM 
Son  of  Thomas  B.  Graham  and  Sarah  E. 
McCrary.      Born    Sept.    17,    1829,    in    Ala- 
bama.     Came   to   Utah    in    1849.      Resided 
at  Salt  Lake  City. 


JAMES  F.  GRAHAM 

Son  of  James  M.  Graham  and  Sarah  .7. 
Brandon.  Born  Nov.  5,  1854,  Sugarhouse 
Ward,  Salt  Lake  City.  Elder. 


ROBERT  GREEN 

Son  of  John  H.  Green  and  Susannah  Phil- 
lips. Born  April  4,  1842,  Nauvoo,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  with  father.  High 
Councillor. 


ISAAC   HUNTER 

Born  Aug.  14,  1816,  Haversham  Parish, 
Westmorelandshire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah 
in  1849.  Captain  of  Home  Militia.  Sev- 
enty. Policeman. 


JAMES  KEELJ3U 

Born      Jan.      4,      1817,      Ferrisburg,      Vt. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849.  Carpenter ;  Farmer. 


DAVID   ARTHUR   KEELER 
Son  of  James  Keeler  and   Emily   Shelton. 
Born    Feb.     18,     1869,     Santaquin,     Utah. 
*  armer ;  Fruit  Grower  and  Stockraiser. 


ELEAZER  KING,   JR. 

Son  of  Eleazer  Kins  and  Nancy  Hart. 
Elder.  Walker  '  Indian  War  Veteran. 
Mason  and  Farmer. 


VOLNEY  E.  KING 

Son  of  Volney  King.     Born  June  5,  1878 
Circleville,  Utah,  Piute  County. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1849 


ALFRED  LEE 

Born    Sept.    12,    1805,    in    North    Carolina. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849. 


THOMAS  LEE 

Son  of  Alfred  Lee  and  Elizabeth  La  Flesh. 
Born  Jan.  12,  1828,  Winchester,  Intl. 
Superintendent  Sunday  School.  Captain 
of  Indian  Militia.  Hunter. 


JOHN  SHIELDS  LEE 
Son  of  Thomas  Lee  and  Primrose  Shields. 
Born  Feb.  22,  1862,  Tooele,  Utah.  Assis- 
tant Sunday  School  Superintendent ;  Pres- 
ident Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


ELI    S.    LEE 

Son  of  Thomas  Lee  and  Primrose  Shields. 
Born  Jan.  31,  1868,  Tooele,  Utah.  Elder  ; 
Teacher;  Assistant  Sunday  School  Super- 
intendent. Farmer  and  Lumberman. 


FRANCIS  X.  LONGY 

Born  June  19,  1835,  Toronto,  Canada. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849.  Indian  War  Vet- 
eran. 


JAMES  NICHOLS  MATHEWS 
Born  July  4,  1823.     Came  to  Utah  in  1849 
by  mule  team.     Elder ;  Teacher.     Farmer. 


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HARLUM    McBRIDE 

Born  Dec.  8,  1824,  Vallonia,  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1849.  High  Priest.  Member 
Mormon  Battalion.  City  Marshal.  Farmer. 


JOHN   KILPATRICK  McDONALD 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849. 


JOHN  TAAFFEE  Mc'DONALD 
Son    of    John    Kilpatrick    McDonald    and 
Rachael    Burck    Taaffee.      Born    April    11, 
1830,  Armagh,  Ireland.     Came  to  Utah  in 
1849.     Seventy  and  High  Priest. 


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205 


JAMES  G.  MCDONALD 

Son  of  John  TaafEee  McDonala  And 
lOlranor  Amelia  Crossland.  Born  April 
30,  1865,  at  Salt  Lake  City.  High  Priest. 
'Manufacturer  of  candy,  cocoa  and  choco- 
late. 


BRIGHAM  OSCAR  McINTIRE 
Son    of   William    Mclntire,    who   came   to 
Utah  in  1849,   and  Ana  Patterson.     Born 
Aug.  21,   1852,  at  Salt  Lake  City.     Elder. 
Teacher ;  Farmer. 


BRIGHAM  FRANKLIN  McINTIRE 
Son  of  Brigham  O.  Mclntire  and  Barbara 
Mathis.     Born  March   4,  1880,    St.  George, 
Utah.     President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.     Farmer. 


ALLEN  WILKINSON 
Born    Oct.     20,    1818,    Ondley,    Yorkshire, 
Kng.     Came  to  Utah  in  1849.     Worked  on 
Sfauvoo  Temple ;  Member  Nauvoo  Legion. 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN  WILKINSON 

Son  of  Allen  Wilkinson  and  Mary  Ann 
Morris.  Born  Jan.  1,  1843,  Cheshire, 
Kng.  Ward  Teacher.  Black  Hawk  In- 
dian War  Veteran. 


ROBERT   WILLIAMS 

Born  in  August,  1815,  London,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1849.  Missionary.  Tailor. 
Resided  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


ROBERT   WILSON 

!orn  April  29,  1819,  Lightwoodgreen, 
•  lintshire,  North  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in 
849.  Patriarch. 


JAMES   MYLER 

Born  Feb.  3,  1822,  Butler  County,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  William  Miller 
Company.  Seventy ;  Member  of  the  Mor- 
mon Battalion  1847. 


ORRIN  MAINE  MYLER 
Son  of  James  Myler  and  Julia  A.  Brow- 
nell.  Born  Sept.  14,  1856,  Farmington, 
Utah.  High  Councilor  in  Rigby  Stake, 
Idaho  ;  Bishop  of  Lewlsville,  Idaho  ;  Pres- 
ident Deacons  Quorum ;  Teacher. 


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PIONEERS    AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1849 


ORRIN    M.    MYLER,    JR. 
Son  of  Orrin   Maine  Myler  and   Elizabeth 
J.    Stokes.      Born    Nov.    20,    1886. 


ARMENIUS   MILLER   NEELEY 
Son  of  Lewis  Neeley  and  Elizabeth  Miller. 
Born  Jan.   7,   183*6,   Vermilion  County,   111. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849. 


ARMENIUS  MILLER   NEELEY,  JR. 
Son  of  Armenius  Miller  Neeley  and  Susai 
Morgan.      Born    Sept.    30,    1857,    Brighan 
City,  Utah.  Sunday  School  Superintends 
15  years. 


THOMAS    JEFFERSON    PATTEN 
Born  April    10,    1828,   in   Indiana.      Came 
to  Utah   in   1849.     High   Priest;   Bishop's 
Counselor. 


ETHAN    PETTIT 

Came    to    Utah    in    1849.       Farmer    and 
Stockraiser. 


ETHAN  A.   PETTIT 

Son  of  Ethan  Pettit  and  Margerite  Ells 
worth.  Born  Feb.  16,  1852.  El.i.-r 
Farmer  and  Stockralser. 


MORRIS    PHELPS 

Born  Dee.  20,  1805,  at  New  York.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1849,  Ox  Team  Company. 
Seventy.  Stockralser. 


JOSEPH  M.   PHELPS 
Son   of   Morris    Phelps   and    Laura   Clark. 
Born   June    2,   1837,   Farr  West,   Caldwell 
Co.,  Mo.     Contractor. 


LEVI  W.  REED 
Born  Nov.  15,  1831,  Cleveland,  Ohio 
Came  to  Utah  In  1849.  Bishop  Nortl 
Point  Ward.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


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ENOCH  REESE 

..rn  May  25,  1813,  White  Town,  New 
,rk.  Came  to  Utah,  1849,  Independent, 
•l|,pd  to  build  the  first  saw  and  grist 
11s.  City  Councilman.  Merchant. 


ENOCH  MORONI  REESE 
Son  of  Enoch  Reese  and  Hannah  Harvey. 
Born   July    14,    1844,    Nauvoo,    111.      Came 
to   Utah    in    1852.      Freighter ;   Contractor. 


JOHN  H.  REESE 

Son  of  Enoch  Reese  and  Sarah  E.  Mc- 
Kinley.  Born  April  18,  1851,  at  Salt  Lake 
City.  Elder.  Engineer ;  Contractor. 


CHARLES  W.  REES 
i  of  Enoch  Reese  and  Amy  Whiteman. 
rn  April  8,  1869,   Payson,   Utah.     Bish- 
M  Counselor;  High  Priest.     Real  Estate 
iler. 


ELISHA  HENRY   ROGERS 
Son  of  famous  Missionary,   Noah  Rogers. 
Born    May    17,    1834.      Came    to    Utah    in 
1849.      Minuteman.     High  Priest.  Assisted 
immigration  to  Utah. 


NEPHI  ROGERS 

Born  March  10,  1838,  Daviess  County,  Mo. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849.  One  of  flrst  set- 
tlers of  Logan,  Utah.  Indian  War  Vet- 
eran. Ward  Teacher. 


NEPHI  NOAH  ROGERS 
of     Nephi     Rogers     and      Elizabeth 
[   ne.    Born  Sept.  16,  1860,  Logan,  Utah. 
•  enty.     Ward  Teacher. 


THEODORE  ROGERS 

Born    Feb.    3,    1824,    in    Ohio.       Came    to 
Utah  In  1849.     Missionary  to  Ohio  in  1875. 


WILLARD  ROGERS 

Son  of  Theodore  Rogers  and  Hannah 
Jones.  Born  Feb.  21,  1853,  Provo,  Utah. 
Served  as  County  Surveyor  Millard  Coun- 
ty. Farmer ;  Stockralser. 


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JOHN'  H.  RUMEL 

Father  of  the  wife  of  Finly  George  Brooks 
of  Salt  Lake  City.  Came  to  Utah  Oc- 
tober, 1849. 


JACOB  F.  SECRIST 

Born  in  1820,  Franklin  County,  Pa.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1849. 


JACOB  MOHONI  SECRIST 
Son  of  Jacob  F.  Secrist  and  Ann  El: 
Logan.  Born  Aug.  15,  1850,  at  Salt  La 
City.  Bishop  of  Farmington  Wa 
Farmer. 


THOMAS  EDWIN  SECRIST 
Son    of   Jacob    Moroni    Secrist    and    Polly 
Estella  Smith.     Born  May  6,  1872.     Bish- 
op's Counselor. 


JOHN  F.    SHIELDS 

Born  Feb.  3,  1823,  Beaver  County,  Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849.  Presiding  Elder 
at  Salem,  Utah.  Justice  of  Peace.  In- 
dian War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


JEFFERSON  SLADE 
Son    of   William   Rufus    Slade    and   Ji 
Higganbotham.      Born     Sept      25,     : 
Opelousas,   La.      Came    to   Utah   in   1: 
Member  Slade  Transfer  Company,  Ogd 


JEFFERSON  C.  SLADE 
Son    of    Jefferson    Slade    and    Sarah     M. 
Chestnut.       Born    April    11,    1861,    Ogden, 
Utah.      Lives   at   Ogden.      Member   Slade 
Transfer  Company. 


JACOB  STEVENS 
Ogden,  Utah. 


THOMAS   J.    STEVENS 
Ogden,  Utah. 


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STRINGHAM   A.    STEVENS 
Ogden,  Utah. 


JOHN    STEWART 

Born   Sept.    27,    1827,    Chester,    Kent    Co., 
Md.     Came  to  Utah  in  1849. 


ARTHUR   M.    STEWART 
Son  of  John  Stewart  and  Lydia  M.  Rolfe. 
Born  Jan.  26,  1852,  San  Bernardino,  Calif. 


M.  STOCKDALE 
jlative   of   R.   K.   Thomas   of   Salt   Lake 


M.   STOCKDALE,  JR. 
Son  of  M.  Stockdale. 


JOHN   STRANGE 
Scipio,  Utah. 


ANTHONY  JOHNSON  STRATTON 
rn  Jan.  11,  1824,  Bedford  County,  Tenn. 
me  to  Utah  in  1849.     Farmer. 
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GEORGE   STRINGHAM 
Born   at    New   York.      Came   to    Utah    in 
1849.     Butcher.     Lived  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


GEORGE   ALBERT    STRINGHAM 
Thurber,   Wayne   Co.,   Utah. 


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BENJAMIN    JOSEPH    STRINGHAM 
Son     of     George     Stringham     and     Polly 
Hemlrickson.     Merchant  at   Holden,  Utah. 


JACOB   STRINGHAM 

Son  of  Jeremiah  Stringham  and  Sallie 
Bovee.  Born  Oct.  3,  1862,  in  Missouri. 
High  Priest ;  Counselor  in  Bishopric  of 
Vermillion.  Farmer;  Stockraiser. 


JAMES  C.  TAYLOR 
Father  of  the  wife  of  Thomas  Warrick  c 
Preston,  Idaho.     Came  to  Utah  1849. 


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SAMUEL  THOMAS 

Born  Feb.  3,  1812,  Caermarthenshire, 
Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  Dan 
Jones  Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer ; 
Stockraiser  and  Butcher. 


EDMUND   ORSON  WATTIS 
Son    of   Edmund   Wattis   and    Mary   Jane 
Corey.     Vice-President  Utah  Construction 
Company ;    Director    Lewiston    Sutcar    Co. 
and  Vineyard  Land  &  Livestock  Company. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  WATTIS 
Son  of  Edmund  Wattis  and  Mary  Jai 
Corey.  Born  Aug.  15,  1859,  Uintah,  I'ta 
President  Utah  Construction  Compan 
Director  Ogden  Rapid  Transit  Company 


EDWIN   WHITING 

Born  Sept.  9,  1809,  Lee  County,  Mass. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1849,  Captain  Morley 
Company.  Member  Utah  Legislature  from 
Manti  1859-60. 


E.   L.   WHITING 
Mount  Glenn,  LeGrande,  Ore. 


GEORGE  WHITTLE 

Father  of  the  wife  of  W.  R.  Lee  of  Oakle 
Idaho.     Came  to  Utah  1849. 


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WILLIAM  HENRY  McGARY 
Relative  of  B.  F.  Garr,  Ogden,  Utah. 


JAMES  McGARY 
Relative  of  B.  F.  Garr,  Ogden,  Utah. 


BENJAMIN  F.  GARR 
Ogden,  Utah. 


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WILLIAM   H1CNHY   EARL 
Pioneer  to  Weber  County. 


ALMA  MARCELUS  ZABRISKIE 
Son  of  Alma  M.  Zabriskie  and  Susan  Rob- 
erts.     Born    Feb.    17,    1855,    Provo,    Utah. 
Lives   at   Provo,    Utah.      Machinist. 


GEORGE  ALBERT  ZABRISKIE 
Son  of  Alva  Zabriskie,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1849,  and  Susan  Roberts.  Born  Nov. 
15,  1856,  Provo,  Utah.  High  Priest: 
Bishop's  Counselor ;  Superintendent  Sun- 
day Schools. 


WILLIAM  SEARS  RIGGS 
March    19,    1830,    Putnam    County, 
Came  to  Utah    in  July,   1850.     Hinh 
;ilor  of  Panguitch   Stake;   Counselor 
shopric  of  Henrieville  Ward. 


WILLIAM  REEVES  RIGGS 
Son     of    William    S.     Rigffs    and     Sarah 
Reeves.     Born   May  22,   1865,  Cedar  City, 
Utah.      Bishop's    Counselor.      County    As- 
sessor.    Farmer  and  Merchant. 


L.  B.  HAMMON 

Roy,    Weber    Co.,    Utah.      Horseman    and 
Farmer. 


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SIMEON    CARTER 

Born  June  7,  1795.  Came  to  Utah  Aug. 
15,  1850,  Orson  Hyde  Company.  High 
Priest.  Missionary  to  England  and  the 
States. 


JOSHUA  DAVIS 

Born  Dec.   20,   1820,  Alton,   111.     Came   to 
Utah  Sept.  3,  1850.     Seventy. 


MATHEW    WILLIAM   DALTON 
Born  Jan.  11,  1829,  Madrid,  St.  Lawrei 
Co.,   N.   Y.      Came   to   Utah    Sept.    5,   18 
Independent  Co.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


GEORGE   PEACOCK 

Born  July  22,  1822,  Hutton,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  5,  1850.  Bishop's  Coun- 
selor. Founder  of  first  Public  Library 
at  Manti. 


JOHN   LOWRY    PEACOCK 
Son  of  George  Peacock  and  Mary  Lowry. 
Born   Aug.    5,   1855,  Manti,  Utah.      Bishop 
Sterling   Ward.     Merchant.      Farmer. 


BRIGHAM  JAMES  PEACOCK 
Son  of  George  Peacock  and  Mary  A. 
ry.       Born    Dec.    27,    1858,    Manti,    Ut 
Elder.      Farmer.      Merchant    and    She 
man.     Resides  at  Emery,  Utah. 


THOMAS  ALLMAN 

Born  May  30,  1819,  Handley,  Stafford- 
shire, Eng.  Camp  to  Utah  Sept.  8,  1850, 
Aaron  Johnson  Company.  High  Coun- 
cilor ;  Bishop's  Counselor.  Provo  City 
Councilman. 


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THOMAS    M.    ALLMAN 
Son  of  Thomas  Allman,  who  came  to  Utah 
with    Aaron    Johnson    Company,    and    El- 
mira  Phillips.     Born  April  4,  1867,  Provo, 
Utah.     Carpenter  and  Builder. 


MATTHEW  CALDWELL 
Born  June  11,  1822,  Mt.  Vernon,  III.  Ca 
to    Utah    Sept.    8,    1850,    Aaron    John 
Company.      Indian    War    Veteran.     F: 
Mayor  Spanish  Fork ;  School  Teacher. 


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MARTIN  P.  CRANDALL 
!rn    April    15,     1830,    Villanova,    N.    Y. 
(me  to  Utah  Sept.  8,   1850,  Aaron  John- 
si  Company. 


MYRON  LUCIUS  CRANDALL 
Son  of  Martin  P.   Crandall,  who  came  to 
Utah   Sept.   8,   1850,   Aaron  Johnson  Com- 
pany,  and   Mahala   C.   Fuller.     Born   Oct. 
30,    1856,    Sprlngville,   Utah. 


MYRON   NATHAN   CRANDALL 
Son  of  David  Crandall  and  Margaret  Ann 
McBride.      Born    Aug.    17,    1818,    Genesee 
County,    N.    Y.      Came    to   Utah    Sept.    8, 
1850,  Aaron  Johnson  Company. 


MYRON  EDGAR  CRANDALL 
Son  of  Myron  Nathan  Crandall  and  Try- 
phena  Bisbee.     Born  Feb.  17,  1848,   Potta- 
wattamie    County,     Iowa.       High     Priest. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


NOAH   THOMAS   GUYMON 
Son   of  Thomas  Guymon  and   Sarah  Gor- 
don.    Born  June   30,  1819.     Came  to  Utah 
in    1850,    Aaron   Johnson    Company.      Mer- 
chant ;    Farmer  ;   Stockraiser. 


NOAH  THOMAS  GUYMON,   JR. 
of  Noah  Thomas  Guymon  and  Eliza- 
Ann    Jones.     "  -        '      ~    --      --••- 
ngville,  Utah. 


Born  "April    18,    1853, 
High  Priest.     Farmer ; 


teeper.     Home,  Orangeville. 


ENOCH  HARRIS 

Son  of  Robert  Harris,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1850,  Aaron  Johnson  Company,  and 
Hannah  Maria  Eagles.  Born  May  29, 
1843,  Nauvoo,  111. 


RANSOM  E.  HARRIS 

Son  of  Enoch  Harris  and  Jane  A.  Hoskins. 
Born  June  30,  1872. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 1850 


AARON  JOHNSON 

Born  June  22,  1806,  Haddam,  Conn.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1850,  himself  captain.  Bishop  ; 
President  High  Council,  Utah  Stake.  Leg- 
islator. 


AARON  JOHNSON,  JR. 
Son    of    Aaron    Johnson    and    Jane    Scott. 
Born  May  22,   1850,   Garden  Grove,  Utah. 
President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


HAMILTON  H.   KEARNS 
Born    Sept.    17,    1817,    in    Ohio.      Cam. 
Utah   Sept.   8,    1850,  Aaron  Johnson  C 
pany.      Bishop    Gunnison    Ward.      In< 
War  Veteran. 


AUSTIN  KEARNS 

Son  of  Hamilton  H.  Kearns  and  Charlotte 
White.  Born  Sept.  2,  1845,  in  Iowa. 
High  Councilor.  Farmer. 


KDWIN  J.  KEARNS 

Son    of   Hamilton    H.    Kearns   and    Emma 
M.  Guymon.     Born  Dec.  29,  1858. 


LEVI  HARLOW  REUFIELD 
Born  Sept.  25,  1801,  North  Madison,  C 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  8,  1850,  Aaron  J 
son  Company.    High  Priest ;  Block  Te 
er.     Farmer  and  Fruit  Grower. 


JAMES  JACKSON  ROSS 
Born    Nov.    28,    1837.      Came    to    Utah    in 
1850,    Aaron    Johnson    Company.      Indian 
War  Veteran.     Took  part  In  Echo  Canyon 
trouble.     Farmer  and  Stockralser. 


THOMAS  ROSS 

Born  Sept.  15,  1814,  Gilbert  County,  N. 
C.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  6,  1850,  Aaron 
Johnson  Company.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JAMKS    ANDREW    ROSS 
Son  of  Thomas  Ross  and   Rachael 
Born  Sept.  20,  1836,  Gibson  County,  ' 
Mayor  of  Joseph,  Utah  ;  High  Priest. 


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SAMUEL   SMITH 

'Horn   May   22,    1818,    SherrinKham,    Buck- 
inghamshire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  5, 
sTiii.  Aaron  Johnson  Company.     Mayor  of 
iinKliam  City,  Utah.     Patriarch. 


ISAAC   SMITH 

Son  of  Samuel  Smith  and  Sarah  Jane 
InKraham.  Born  Dec.  31,  1857,  BriKham 
City,  Utah.  Manager  Z.  C.  M.  I.  at  Logan, 
Utah. 


HORACE  THORNTON 

Born  May  7,  1822,  Hinsdale,  CattaraUBUs 
Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  8,  1850, 
Aaron  Johnson  Company.  Seventy. 


BAULDWIN  HARVEY  WATTS 
on  of  Robert  Harris  Watts,  who  came  to 
tah  Sept.   6,   1850,   Aaron  Johnson  Corn- 
any,   and   Elizabeth   Heath.      Born   April 
1835,    near   Raymond,    Hinds   Co.,   Va. 


CHARLES  WILLIAM  WATTS 
Son  of  Bauldwin  Harvey  Watts  and   Bar- 
bara Jane  Levie.     Born  Jan.  9,  1862,  near 
Huntsville,   Utah.      Sunday   School   Super- 
intendent ;   Missionary  to    England. 


CALEB  HERSEY  DAVIS 
Born  March  22,  1839,  in  New  York.  Came 
to  Utah   Sept.   12,   1850,   Thomas  Johnson 
Company. 


WILLIAM  GOFORTH  NELSON 
rn  June  10,  1831,  Jefferson  County,  111. 
ime    to    Utah    Sept.    9,    1850,     Thomas 
hnson  Company.     Bishop,  Oxford  Ward, 
leida  Stake,  Idaho. 


JOHN  PERCIVAL  LEE 
Born   April  26,  1824,   Lincoln  County,  Tenn. 
Came    to    Utah    November,    1850,    Thomas 
Johnson  Company.     School  Superintendent. 


ELI  A.  TRACY 

Son  of  Moses  Tracy,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  12,  1850,  and  Nancy  N.  Alexander. 
Born  Nov.  25,  1833,  Jefferson  County, 
N.  Y. 


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LEVI   ORSON  ALAMANDER  COLVIN 
Born  Dec.  20,  1822,  Ellsburg,  Jefferson  Co., 
N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  10,  1850.    High 
Priest.     Farmer. 


LEVI  ALEXANDER  COLVIN 
Son  of  Levi  Orson  Alamander  Colvin  and 
Sarah  Ann  Emeline  Davis.     Born  June  12, 
1857,     Payson,     Utah.       Bishop     Pleasant 
View  Ward.      Farmer. 


SAMUEL  KENDALL  GIFFORD 
Born  Nov.  11,  1821,  Milo,  Yates  Co.,  N.  ^ 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.   11,  1850.     Patriarc 


OLIVER  DEMILL  GIFFORD 
Son  of  Samuel  Kendall  Gifford  and  Lara 
Ann  DeMill.      Born   Dec.    10,    1854,   Manti, 
Utah.     Bishop  Springville  Ward. 


LEVI  GIFFORD,  JR. 

Son  of  Levi  Gifford,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
1850,  and  Deborah  Wing.  Born  March  14, 
1837,  Kirtland,  •  Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  in 
1859. 


ARTHUR  GIFFORD 
Son    of    Levi    Gifford,    Jr.,    and    Caroli 
Jacques.       Born     Oct.     1,     1870,     Westc 
Idaho. 


JOHN  LAMBERT 

Born  Jan.  31,  1820,  Gargrave,  Yorkshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  11,  1850,  Lo- 
renzo Young  Company.  Member  9th  Quo- 
rum Seventies.  Echo  Canyon  War  Vet- 
eran. Mason. 


JOHN  CARLOS  LAMBERT 
Son  of  John  Lambert  and  Adelia  G.  Groes- 
beck.  Born  Sept.  20,  1849,  Kansas  City, 
Mo.  Ward  Clerk  at  Kamas  Eight  Years. 
County  Commissioner. 


JOHN  CARLOS  LAMBERT, 
Son  of  John  C.  Lambert  and  Olevla  Fri 
ces  Anderson.  Born  Feb.  12,  1887,  Kani 
Utah.  Deputy  State  Dairy  and  Food  Cc 
missioner  1911.  High  Councilor. 


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JOSEPH   HEBER  LAMBERT 
-ion  of  John  Lambert  and  Elena  H.  Larsen. 
.Born  Oct.  27,  1856,  Salt  Lake  City.    Pres. 
High     Priests     Quorum ;      Stake     Sunday 
School  Supt. 


WILLIAM  LEHI  BATEMAN 
Son    of   Thomas    Bateman,    who    came    to 
Utah  Sept.  15,  1850,  James  Pace  Company, 
and  Mary  Street.     Born  Jan.  1,  1844,  Lee 
County,   Iowa.     Elder. 


WILLIAM   BLACK 

Born  Aug.  20,  1784,  Lisburn,  Ireland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1850,  James  Pace 
Company.  One  of  the  Founders  of  Spring 
City,  Utah. 


WILLIAM   V.   BLACK. 
Son  of  William  Black  and  Jane  Johnston. 
Born     Feb.     27,     1832,     Lisburn,     Ireland. 
Black    Hawk    and    Walker    Indian    Wars 
Veteran. 


WILLIAM  V.  BLACK,  JR. 

Son    of    William    V.     Black    and    Elmira 
Ayers.     Born  Feb.  8,  1860. 


GEORGE  BLACK 
jon  of  George  Black,   who  came  to  Utah 
•ept.  15,   1850,  James  Pace  Company,  and 
.usan  Jacaway.     Born  May  23,  1854,  Fill- 
lore,  Utah.     Bishop  Marion  Ward. 


JOSEPH   S.   BLACK 

Son  of  William  Black  and  Jane  Johnston. 
Born  July  14,  1836,  Lisburn,  Ireland. 
Bishop  Deseret  Ward.  Major  in  Militia. 


PETER  THOMPSON  BLACK 
Son    of    Joseph    S.    Black    and    Caroline 
Thompson.      Born  April   5,    1871,    Kanosh, 
Utah.       Bishop's     Counselor.       Sheriff    of 
Millard  County. 


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AVEKNO  THOMPSON  BLACK 
Son  of  Peter  Thompson  Black  and  Isabella 
Jane  Bennett.     Born  April  12,  1896. 


EBENEZER  BRYCE 

Came  to  Utah  Sept.  16,  1850,  James  Pace 
Company. 


JAMES  MORONI  THOMAS 
Born  July  27,  1841,  Rochester,  Sansamo 
Co.,    111.      Came   to   Utah    Sept.    15, 
James  Pace  Company.     Assisted  in 
ing  immigrants  to  Utah. 


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NATHANIEL    J.    THOMAS 
Son  of  James  Moroni  Thomas  and   Mary 
Hebden  Holroyde. 


ISAAC  RIDDLE 

Born  March  22,  1830,  Boone  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1850,  Richard  Ses- 
sions Company.  Bishop's  Counselor 


EDWARD  BUYS 


Born  Oct.  22,  1841,  LaHarpe,  Hancock  Co  , 
III.      Came  to  Utah   Sept.   15, 


Evans     Company 
County  Surveyor. 


__,   1850,  David 

Bishop's     Counselor. 


GEORGE  W.  CLYDE 

Born  July  8,  1825,  Ogdensburg,  St  Law- 
rence Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15, 
1850,  Uavid  Evans  Company.  Seventy 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


EDWARD   B.   CLYDE 
Son  of  George  W.  Clyde  and  Jane  McDon 
aid.      Born    Sept.    19,    1864,    Heber,    Utah 
Bishop's  Counselor.     Mayor. 


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WILLIAM  MORGAN  CLYDE 
Born    April    8,    1829,    Ogdensburg,    N.     Y. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1850,  David  Evans 
Company.     Walker  and  Black  Hawk  Indian 
Wars  Veteran. 


HYRUM   S.   CLYDE 

Son  of  William  Morgan  Clyde  and  Eliza 
McDonald.  Born  Aug.  16,  1861,  Spring- 
ville,  Utah.  City  Councilman  at  Spring- 
ville.  Farmer. 


DAVID  EVANS 

Born  Oct.  27,  1804,  Cecil  County,  Mary- 
land. Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1850,  Captain 
of  his  own  company.  Bishop  Lehi  Ward. 


MOSIAH   EVANS 

Son   of   David    Evans    and    Barbara   Ann 
i   Ewell.     Born   Sept.    22,   1862,   Lehi,   Utah. 
Mayor  of  Lehi. 


JACOB  EVANS 

Son  of  David  Evans  and  Barbara  Ann 
Ewell.  Born  April  26,  1867,  Lehi,  Utah. 
Utah  County  Attorney. 


ISRAEL   EVANS 

Son  of  David  Evans  and  Mary  Beck. 
Born  Oct.  2,  1828.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
15,  1850. 


ROGER  FARRER 

Born  March  18,  1795,  Westmoreland,  Ens. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1850.  David  Evans 
Company.  High  Priest. 


ROGER  FARRER,   JR. 

Son  of  Roger  Farrer  anrt  Mary  Stubbs. 
Born  April  17,  1838,  Westmoreland,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father.  High  Priest. 


JOHN  FIELD 

Born  Oct.  31,  1808,  Herefordshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1850,  David  Evans 
Company.  High  Priest. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1850 


JOHN  J.   FIELD 

Son  of  John  Field  and  Alice  Lavender 
Born  Feb.  16,  1863,  Taylorsville,  Utah 
Seventy. 


JOSEPH  MOESSER 

Father  of  the  wife  of  J.  J.  Field  of  Idaho 
Falls,   Idaho. 


EDWARD  HALL 

Born  Nov.  15,  1813,  Waterbury,  New 
Haven  Co.,  Conn.  Came  to  Utah  Sept  2 
1850,  David  Evans  Company.  Elder. 
Farmer.  Resided  at  Springville. 


LORENZO  HILL  HATCH 
Born  Jan.  4,   1826,  Lincoln,  Vt.     Came  to 
Utah    Sept.    15,    1850,    David    Evans    Com- 
pany.     Bishop   Franklin   Ward,    Idaho. 


LORENZO  LAFAYETTE  HATCH 
Son  of  Lorenzo  Hill  Hatch  and  Sylvia  Sa- 
vonia  Eastman.     Born  Dec.  25,  1851,  Lehi 
Utah.      Bishop  Franklin  Ward,   Idaho 


IRA  NATHANIEL  HINCKLEY 
Born  Oct.  30,  1828,  Johnstown  District. 
Can.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  David  Evans 
Company.  President  Millard  Stake 


EDWIN  SMITH  HINCKLEY 
Son  of   Ira  Nathaniel  Hinckley  and  Ade- 
laide Cameron  Noble.     Born  July  21    1868 
Cove  Fort,  Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor 


HARRISON    KEYES 

Relative  of  D.  K.  Stewart  of  Ogden,  Utah 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1850. 


CHARLES  M.   McGARY 
Born  about  1810.     Came  to  Utah  in  1860. 
Capt.    Evans   Company.      Road    Supervisor 
several  years.     Blacksmith;  Farmer. 


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JOSEPH  JOHNSON   SMITH 
Born  April  8,  1821,  Kempston,  Eng.      Came 
to  Utah  Fall  of  1850,  David  Evans  Com- 
pany.     Seventy.      Made    first   plough    and 
first  nails  at  Lehi,  Utah. 


HYRUM  SMITH 

Son  of  Joseph  Johnson  Smith  and  Ann 
Coleman.  Born  March  20,  1856,  at  Lehi, 
Utah.  Seventy.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


HYRUM  EUGENE  SMITH 
Son  of  Hyrum  Smith  and  Eliza  A.  Fowler. 
Born  Jan.  25,  1880. 


CHARLES  H.   SMITH 
Son  of  Hyrum  Smith  and  Eliza  A.  Fowler. 
Born  Nov.  15,  1881. 


GILBERT  BELNAP 

Born  Dec.  22,  1821,  Hope,  Newcastle  Dist., 
Upper  Canada.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17, 
1850,  Jonathan  Foote  Company.  Bishop 
Hooper  Ward. 


GILBERT  ROSEL  BELNAP 
Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Adaline  Knight. 
Born  January,  1847. 


REUBEN  BELNAP 
Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Adaline  Knight, 
torn  June  14,  1851. 


JOSEPH   BELNAP 

Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Adaline  Knight. 
Born  Jan.  26,  1853,  Ogden,  Utah.  High 
Councilor.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


HYRUM  BELNAP 

Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Adaline  Knight. 
Born  March  24,  1858.  High  Councilor. 
Gen.  Mgr.  Utah-Oregon  Lumber  Co. 


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AUGUSTUS  WEBEH  KNIGHT  BELNAP 
Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Adaline  Knight 
Born  March  25,  1860. 


VINSON   K.   BELNAP. 


Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Adaline  Knight 
Born  June  26,   1863. 


AMASA  BELNAP 

Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Adaline  Knight 
Born  June  22,  1866. 


WILLIAM  JAMES  BELNAP 
Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Henrietta  Mc- 
Bnde.     Born  Aug.  31,  1853. 


OLIVER  BELNAP 

Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Henrietta  Mc- 
Brlde.      Born   Sept.    20,    1855. 


FRANCIS  MARION  BELNAP 
Son  of  Gilbert  Belnap  and  Henrietta  Me 
Bride.     Born  June  5,  1857. 


AUSTIN  CRAVATH   BROWN 
Horn  April   30,   1850,   near  Council   Bluffs. 
Iowa       Came    to     Utah    Sept.     17,     1850, 
Jonathan  Foote  Company. 


ELISHA  CRAGUN 


JAMES  R.  CRAGUN 


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ABRAHAM    TAYLOR 
•plative    of    J.    F.    Bringhurst    of    Spring- 
lie,  Utah. 


DAVID  C.   EAMES 

Son  of  David  Eames,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  17,  1850,  Jonathan  Foote  Company, 
and  Esther  Cullen.  Born  Sept.  1,  1851, 
Salt  Lake  City.  High  Councilor. 


DAVID  G.   EAMES 

Son  of  David  C.  Eames  and  Elizabeth  C. 
Greaves.  Born  Sept.  29,  1879,  Logan,  Utah. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


MILAN  PACKARD 
in  of  Noah  Packard,  who  came  to  Utah 
1850,  and  Sophia  Bundy.     Born  Oct.  7, 
30.       Indian     War     Veteran.       Located 
fasant  Valley  Coal  Fields.     Merchant. 


NEPHI  PACKARD 

Born  July  1,  1832,  Parkman,  Ohio.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1850,  Capt.  Foote 
Company.  Bishop  of  Springville,  Utah. 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


NEPHI  HENRY   PACKARD 
Born    July    15,     1864,     Springville,    Utah. 
First  Counselor  to  the  Bishop  of  Sprins- 
ville,    2d    Ward.      Mayor    of    SprinKville, 
Utah,  November,  1907. 


JOHN  ROYLANCE 

irn  Nov.  20,   1807,  Chester,  Eng.     Came 
Ltah    October,    1850,    Jonathan    Foote 
>mpany.      Farmer.      Director    of    Co-op, 
are. 


WILLIAM  ROYLANCE 
Son  of  John  Roylance  and  Mary  Ann  Oakes. 
Born   April   1,   1840,   Chester,    Eng.     Mer- 
chant ;  Farmer ;  Stockman. 


WILLIAM  M.  ROYLANCE 
Son  of  William  Roylance  and  Lucy  Clucas. 
Born    March    31,    1865,    Springville,    Utah. 
Mayor  of  Prove,  Utah.     Merchant. 


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HENRY  ROYLANCE 

Son  of  John  Roylance  and  Mary  Ann  Oakes. 
Born  May  21,  1831,  Chester,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1850.  Seventy.  Deputy  Mar- 
shal. Farmer. 


ABRAHAM  COON 

Born  April  3,  1810,  Herron  Creek,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1850,  William  Wall 
Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


JOHN  COON 

Son  of  Abraham  Coon,  who  came  to  Uta 
Sept.  17,  1850,  and  Elizabeth  Yarbrougl 
Born  Nov.  30,  1832.  Member  33d  Quorui 
Seventies.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN  A.  COON 

Son  of  John  Coon  and  Mary  T.  York. 
Born  Feb.  22,  1857,  Salt  Lake  City.  Presi- 
dent Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  Farmer. 


ISAAC  W.  COON 

Son  of  John  Coon  and  Mary  T.  York.  Born 
Aug.  11,  1869,  Grantsville,  Utah.  Sunday 
School  Supt.  Road  Supervisor.  Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


JAMES  DAVID  COON 
Son  of  Abraham  Coon  and  Elizabeth  Yai 
brough.    Born  Dec.  7,  1842,  Greene  Cour 
ty,   111.      Elder;    Ward   Teacher.      Fanrn 
and  Stockraiser. 


JOSEPH  COON 

Son  of  James  David  Coon  and  Mary  Hor- 
rocks.  Born  Feb.  16.  1871,  Huntsville, 
Utah.  Member  14th  Quorum  Seventies. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


ISAAC  COON 

Son  of  Abraham  Coon  and  Betsy  Wilson. 
Born  June  18,  1850,  on  way  to  Utah.  HiRh 
Priest;  Missionary  to  Eastern  States  1896- 
98  ;  Bishop's  Counselor. 


JACOB  COX 
Son    of    Daniel    Cox,    who   came   to   Uta 
September,   1850,  William  Wall  Compan: 


and   Mary   Ann   Frantom. 
1837,  Greene  County,  111. 


Born   Aug. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN  OF   UTAH— 1850 


PETER  MAUGHAN 

Born    May    7,    1811,    Milton,    Cumberland, 
Kng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.    17,    1850,   Wil- 

;liam  Wall  Company.     Residing  Bishop  of 

I  Cache   County. 


JOHN  MAUGHAN 

Son  of  Peter  Maughan  and  Ruth  Har- 
rison. Born  Oct.  8,  1830,  Alston,  Cumber- 
land, KnK.  Bishop  of  Weston,  Idaho. 


WILLIAM    HARRISON    MAUGHAN 
Son  of  Peter  Maughan  and  Ruth  Harrison. 
Born    May    7,    1834,    Alston,    Cumberland. 
Ens.      Came  to  Utah  in   1850.      Bishop  of 
Wellsville  Ward. 


PETER  MORGAN  MAUGHAN 
Son    of    William    Harrison    Maughan    and 
Barbara    Morgan.       Born    Oct.     18,     1858, 
K.    T.    Citv,    Utah.      Renresentative    First 
and  Fourth  State  Legislatures. 


KLMER  TAYLOR 

Born  Nov.  4,  1831,  Grafton,  Lorain  Co., 
Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  William 
Wall  Company.  Bishop.  Merchant.  Corn- 
mi;  sinner. 


JAMES  E.  TAYLOR 

Son  of  Elmer  Taylor  and  Weltha  Ann 
Spafford.  Born  Feb.  20,  1864,  Springville, 
Utah.  Bishop ;  Missionary  to  England. 
County  Commissioner ;  Constable. 


IRA  ALLEN 

Born  April  27,  1814,  Thompson,  Conn. 
C'ame  to  Utah  September,  1850.  Settled 
at  Hyrum,  Utah,  April,  1860.  Ward 
Clerk.  Postmaster.  Farmer. 

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ANDREW  AGUSTUS  ALLEN 
Son  of  Ira  Allen  and  Calista  Bass.     Born 
Oct.   1,   1836,  Woodstock,  Conn.     Came  to 
Utah  in  1850.     Supt.  Sunday  School;  High 
Councilor.     County  Commissioner, 


ANDREW  AGUSTUS  ALLEN,  JR. 
Son  of  Andrew  Agustus  Allen  and  Sarah 
Ann    Cartwright.       Born    Aug.     25,     1858, 
Cedar   City,   Utah.      School   Trustee ;   City 
Councilman ;  Mayor,     Bishop. 


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GEORGE  CALDER 

Born  Dec.  25,  1838,  Edinburgh,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1850,  Captain 
Clawson  Company.  Founder  of  Calder's 
Park  (Wandamere).  Seventy. 


ORSON  BEXNION  CALDER' 
Son  of  George  Calder  and  Mary  Bennion. 
Born    Jan.     8,     1862,    Tayldrsville,    Utah. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


'     H.  B.  CALDER 

Son  of  George  Calder  and  Mary  Bennio 
Born  May  26,  1873,  Mill  Creek,  Uta 
Bishop  of  1st  Ward,  Vernal.  Merchant 


LEMUEL  HERRICK 

Born  March  13,  1792,  Charleston,  N  Y 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  22,  1850,  Thomas 
Johnson  Company.  Tailor. 


LESTER  JAMES  HERRICK 
Son   of   Lemuel   Herrick   and    Sally   Judd. 
Born  Dec.   14,   1827,  Nelson,   Portage  Co., 
Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  with  father.    Bishop. 


HARRISON  SEVERE 
Born  Sept.   17,    1820,  Knox  County,  Ohio 
Came    to    Utah     Oct.     30,     1850,     Joseph 
Toung  Company,  Nauvoo  Legion.     Body- 
guard of  President  Brigham  Young. 


JOHN  LESTER  HERRICK 
Son  of  Lester  J.  Herrick  and  Agnes 
Quarrie.     Born  June  2,  1868,  Ogden,  U 
High  Councilor. 


HYRUM  H.   SEVERE 

Son  of  Harrison  Severe  and  Dorcas  Mc- 
Bride.  Born  Feb.  6,1852,  Grantsville,  Utah. 
High  Priest ;  High  Councilor  Cassia  Stake. 


AMOS  PEASE  STONE 
Born   March   18,   1815,  Canaan,  Columbia 
Co.,  N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1850 
Joseph    Young    Company.      Pres.    Mourn 
Fort  Ward,  Ogden, 


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J.  D.   STONE 
Ogden,  Utah. 


BERNARD   SPENCER  STONE 
Son  of  Amos  Pease  Stone  and  Sarah  Spen- 
cer.     Born    Sept.    3,    1869,    Ogden,    Utah. 
Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealer  in  Coal  and 
Ice. 


GUY  MESSIAH   KEYSOR 
Born  Oct.  6,  1816,  Black  Rock,  N.  Y.    Came 
to   Utah   Oct.    1,    1850,   Mormon   Battalion 
Company.       Elder;    Block    Teacher;    Mis- 
sionary.    Carpenter. 


WILLIAM  GKORGE  KEYSOR 
I  Son    of    Guy    Messiah    Keysor    and    Ruth 
Wyllie.      Born    Nov.    21,    1862,    Salt    Lake 
City.      Seventy ;    Missionary   to    Northern 
States  1901-1903.     Carpenter. 


JOSEPH  H.   CAMPBELL 
Born  Aug.  15,  1837,  Kirtland,  Ohio.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1850,  Stephen  Markham  Com- 
pany.    Farmer;  Miller. 


JOSEPH  CAMPBELL 

Son  of  Joseph  H.  Campbell  and  Elizabeth 
Mathews.  Born  Oct.  26,  1861,  Providence, 
Utah.  Bishop,  Providence,  2nd  Ward. 


MOSES  CURTIS 
Born  May,  1816,  Connaught,  Pa.     Came  to 
Utah  Oct.  1,  1850,  Stephen  Markham  Com- 
pany.   Patriarch.    Farmer. 


MOSES  MONROE  CURTIS 
Son  of  Moses  Curtis  and  Aurelia  Jackman. 
Born   Oct.    28,    1840,    Nauvoo,    111.      Bishop 
Eden    Ward.      Black    Hawk    Indian    War 
Veteran. 


FRANCIS  A.  CURTIS 
Son   of   Moses   Curtis   and   Aurelia   Jack- 
man.    Born  Oct.  5,  1846,  Nauvoo.  IU. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 1850 


THOMAS  R.   FORSTTH 
Born   Sept.    10,   1813,    Rexburgshire,   Scot- 
land.    Came  to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1850,  Stephen 
Markham      Company.        Member      Nauvoo 
Legion. 


THOMAS  R.  FORSYTH  II. 
Son   of   Thomas   R.   Forsyth   and   Isabella 
Donald.     Born  Sept.  10,  1840,  Port  Huron, 
Michigan.      School  Trustee. 


THOMAS  R.   FORSYTH  III. 
Son  of  Thomas  R.  Forsyth  II.  and  Fredo 
nia  M.  Goheen.     Born  Feb.  7,  1864.     Hish 
op's  Counselor. 


JOHN  W.   FORSYTH 

Son  of  Thomas  R.  Forsyth  II.  and  Fredo- 
nia  M.  Goheen.  Born  March  25,  1869,  Pine 
Valley,  Washington  Co.,  Utah.  Farmer. 


DANIEL  AGUSTUS  HUSSEY 
Born  Nov.  29,  1833,  Dover,  N.  H.     Came  to 
Utah   November,   1850,   Stephen   Markham 
Company.      Assisted     in     bringing     immi- 
grants to  Utah. 


CHARLES  HENRY  HUSSEY 
Son  of  Daniel  Agustus  Hussey  and  Sara 
Louisa  Bridges.     Born  July  10,  1866,  Sal 
Lake  County.     Supt.  Ogden  Stake  Religion 
Classes.     Lumberman. 


EDWARD  MORGAN 

Born  Oct.  20,  1838,  Preston,  Lancashire, 
Ens.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  Stephen 
Markham  Company.  Indian  War  Scout. 


JESSE  KNIGHT 

Son  of  Newel  Knight  and  Lydia  Gold- 
thwaite.  Born  Sept.  6,  1845,  Nauvoo,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  8,  1850.  President 
Knight  Investment  Co.,  Provo,  Utah. 


JESSE  WILLIAM  KNIGHT 
Son  of  Jesse  Knight  and  Amanda  McEwai 
Born  AUK.  20,  1874,  Payson,  Utah.  Bisho 
Raymond  Ward.  Financier.  MemU 
Utah  Stake  Presidency. 


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WILLIAM  CORNWELL  PATTEN 
iorn  March  24,  1799,  Chester  County,  Pa. 
•ame  to  Utah  Oct.  3,  1850,  Wilford  Wood- 
•uff  Company. 


GEORGE  PATTEN 

Son  of  William  Cornwell  Patten  and  Juli- 
anna  Bench.  Born  Oct.  26,  1828,  Cold 
Kain,  Chester  Co.,  Pa.  High  Priest.  Mem- 
ber Nauvoo  Legion.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


GEORGE  W.   CLIFT 

Born  Feb.  24,  1817,  Saunec,  White  Co.,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  6ct.  5,  1850.  High  Priest. 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


GEORGE   A.   CLIFT 
on  of  George   W.    Clift   and    Amanda   C. 
aucett.      Born  April  12,  1851,  Provo,  Utah. 
ishop's  Counselor.      Black   Hawk    Indian 
"ar  Veteran. 


GEORGE  A.   CLIFT,  JR. 
Son    of    George    A.    Clift    and    Sarah    H. 
Alexander.     Born  June  2,  1881. 


HENRY  MOON 

Born  March  29,  1819,  Walton  Hall,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1850,  John  Moon 
Company.  High  Priest ;  Bishop  Woodland 
Ward,  and  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


JOHN  THOMAS  MOON 
n    of    Henry    and    Lydia    Moon.       Born 
Pt.  13,  1844,  Ues  Moines,  Iowa.     Bishop 
>odland  Ward. 


HENRY   M.    MOON 

Son  of  Henry  Moon  and  Temperance  West- 
wood.  Born  March  22,  1868,  Salt  Lake 
City.  School  Trustee.  Seventy.  Sergeant 
In  Militia.  Farmer. 


DANIEL   BIGELOW 

Son  of  Nahum  Bteelow,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct..  G,  1850,  William  Snow  Company,  and 
Mary  Gibbs.  Born  March  18,  1842,  Camp 
Creek.  Mercer  Co.,  111.  High  Priest. 


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JOHN  BOYCE 

Born  Feb.  22,  1842,  Madison  Island,  near 
Nauvoo,  111.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6,  1850, 
William  Snow  Company.  Bishop's  Coun- 
selor. 


HUGH  DAY 

Born  July  31,  1809,  Leeds,  Upper  Canada. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  William  Snow  Com- 
pany. 


JAMES  McCLELLAN 
Born  Aug.  8,  1804,  York  District,  S.  ( 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  15,  1850,  William  Sno\ 
Company.  High  Priest.  Pioneer  of  Pay 
son,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  CARROLL  McCLELLAN 
Son  of  James  McClellan  and  Cynthia  Stew- 
art.    Born  May  12,  1828,  Bedford  County, 
Tenn.     Bishop  Pleasanton,  N.  M.     Indian 
Fighter. 


H.  J.   McCLELLAN 

Son  of  James  McClellan  and  Cynthia  Stew- 
art. Born  Nov.  13,  1836,  Shelby  Coun- 
ty, 111.  Came  to  Utah  in  1847,  James  Mc- 
Clellan Company.  Rancher  and  Farmer  ; 
Merchant. 


LUCIAN  NOBLE 

Born  Nov.  26,  1807,  East  Bloomfleld,  N.  1 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6,  1850,  William  Sno- 
Company.  High  Priest.  School  Teachc 
Horticulturist. 


JOHN  SIVIL   SMITH 

Born  March  10,  1809,  Worcestershire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  William  Snow 
Company. 


GEORGE   MICHAEL  SMITH 
Son  of  John  Sivil  Smith  and  Jane  Wadley. 
Born    April    11,    1855,    at    Draper,    Utah. 
Lives  at  Thatcher.   Idaho,   and   Kaysville, 
Utah. 


WILLIAM  SNOW 

Born  Dec.  14,  1806,  St.  Johnsbury,  V 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  WilHam  Snow  Con 
pany.  Bishop.  Member  Legislature ;  I'r< 
bate  Judge. 


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WILLIAM  J.   SNOW 
on  of  William   Snow   and   Sally   Adams, 
'nrn  April  19.  1869,  Lehi,  Utah.  Associate 
rofessor  in  History  of  B.  T.  U.  at  Prove, 
tah.     Pres.  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


WILLIAM  STEVENS 

Born  in  October,  1799,  Herkimer  County, 
N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  4,  1850,  William 
Snow  Company. 


ALBERT  STEVENS 

Son  of  William  Stevens  and  Marinda 
Thomas.  Born  Dec.  16,  1829.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1852.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War 
Veteran.  Farmer. 


ALBERT  STEVENS,  JR. 
in  of  Albert  Stevens  and  Lettie  McKee. 
rn  Sept.  27,  1853,  Pleasant  Grove,  Utah, 
stmaster     eight     years ;      Member     of 
sislature.  ' 


EDWARD  STEVENS 

Son  of  William  Stevens  and  Marinda 
Thomas.  Born  Aug.  26,  1841,  Illinois. 
Lives  at  Holden,  Millard  Co.,  Utah.  County 
Commissioner. 


JOHN  WOODLAND 

Born  March  27,  1772,  Norfolk,  Va.  Came 
to  Utah  October,  1850,  William  Snow  Com- 
pany. High  Priest. 


JAMES  WHITAKER 
•n  May  14,  1805,  Buncombe  County,  N 
-ame  to  Utah  in  1850,  Gardner  Snow 
Unpany.     High  Priest. 


LEANDER  J.   WHITAKER 
Son  of  James  Whitaker  and  Nancy  Wood- 
land.    Born  Jan.  15,  1844.  Hancock  County, 
111. 


LEANDER  T.  WHITAKER 
Son    of    Leander    J.    Whitaker    and    Ann 
Eliza  Mitchell.     Born  Feb.  13,  1867,  Rich- 
mond, Utah. 


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WILLIAM  LEE 

Born    Sept.    6,    1820,    Upper    Mitten,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah   Oct.   8,   1850. 


WILLIAM   KICHARD  LEE 
Son  of  William  Lee  and  Elizabeth  Jasper. 
Born     Oct.     15,     1856,     Grantsville,     Utah. 
Bishop's  Counselor ;  First  Counselor  High 
Priest  Quorum. 


WILLIAM  C.  THOMAS 
Born  Jan.  27,  1827,  Llanelly,  South  Wall 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  9,  1850.  Missionar 
Pioneer  Merchant  in  Northern  Utah. 


DAVID   PRICE  THOMAS 
Son  of  William  C.   Thomas  and   Margrett 
Philips.       Born    Feb.     17,     1858,     Brigham 
City,     Utah.       Bishop.       Bank     President. 
Member  Village  Board. 


CHARLES   BIRD 

Son  of  Benjamin  Bird,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  10,  1850.  Born  Sept.  19,  1803,  Flan- 
ders, N.  J.  Bishop's  Counselor  Cotton- 
wood  Ward.  Farmer ;  Merchant. 


BRADFORD  K.   BIRD 
Son   of  Charles  Bird   and    Mary  Ann   K 
nardy.    Born  Jan.  26,  1840,  Adams  ( '.111111 
111.      High    Priest.      Indian    War    Vrtera 
Farmer. 


ROSWELL  DARIUS  BIRD 
Father  of  Roswell  Darius   Bird  of  Maple- 
ton,    Utah. 


HICNRY   ALBERT   CHEEVER 
Born  Nov.  7,  1826,  Zanesville,  R.  I.     Came 
to    Utah    Oct.    12,    1850,    Edward    Hunter 
Company.      High   Priest.     Gardener. 


DAVID  CLUFF 

Born  June  20,  1795,  Durham,  N.  II.  Cai 
to  Utah  Oct.  15,  1850,  Edward  Hunt 
Company.  City  Councilman  at  Pro' 
Utah.  Carpenter  and  Cabinet  Maker. 


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BENJAMIN  CLUFF 
on  of  David  Cluft  and  Betsy  Hall.  Born 
larch  20,  1830,  Durham,  N.  H.  Came  to 
'tah  Oct.  13,  1850,  Edward  Hunter  Com- 
any.  Bishop  of  Center  Ward  ;  Patriarch. 
Icchanic. 


WILLIAM  WALLACE  CLUFF 
Son  of  David  Cluff  and  Betsy  Hall.  Born 
March  8,  1832,  Willoughby,  Ohio.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1850,  Edward  Hunter  Company. 
Mayor  of  Coalville  ;  Member  State  Legis- 
lature eight  years.  Merchant. 


HARVEY  HARRIS  CLUFF 
Son  of  David  Cluff  and  Betsy  Hall.  Born 
Jan.  9,  1836,  Kirtland,  Ohio.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1850,  Edward  Hunter  Company. 
Bishop  ;  President  Utah  Stake.  City  Coun- 
cilman. Farmer. 


SAMUEL  S.   CLUFF 

on  of  David  Cluff  and  Betsy  Hall.  Born 
ept.  27,  1837,  Kirtland,  Ohio.  Came  to 
tah  Oct.  4,  1850,  Edward  Hunter  Com- 
;any.  Pres.  Seventies. 


HARVEY  CLUFF 

Son  of  Samuel  S.  Cluff  and  Frances  Wors- 
ley.  Born  Oct.  24,-  1872,  Provo,  Utah. 
Attorney-at-Law. 


OLIVER  HUNT  DUDLEY 
Born    Feb.    29,    1809,    Vermont.      Came   to 
Utah  Oct.  13,  1850,  Edward  Hunter  Com- 
pany. 


JOSEPH  SMITH  DUDLEY 
on  of  Oliver  Hunt  Dudley  and  Mary  Ann 
jobinson.     Born  Sept.  30,  1851,  Salt  Lake 


ELIJAH   FORDIIAM 

Born  March  8,  1798,  New  York.  Came  to 
Utah  November,  1850,  Edward  Hunter 
Company.  Assisted  in  Building  Kirtland 
and  Nauvoo  Temples. 


JACOB  FLYNN   HUTCIIINSON 
Born    Aug.    14,    1816,    East   Wilton,    N.    II. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  13,  1850,  Edward  Hun- 
ter Company.     Bishop  of  Gunnison  Ward, 
Utah.     Member  Legislature  1850. 


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JACOB  FLYNN  HUTCHINSON 
Son  of  Jacob  Flynn  Hutchinson  and  Con- 
stantia    E.    C.    Langdon.      Born    June    15 
1846,  Council  Bluffs,  Iowa.     Came  to  Utah 
Oct.  13,  1850.     Carpenter. 


WILLIAM  JENKINS 

Came  to  Utah  Oct.  13,  1850,  Edward  Hun- 
ter Company. 


HENRY  PARKER 
Born  Sept.  26,  1807,  Brindle,  Lanca-hir 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  Capt.  Hunt! 
Company. 


JOSEPH  H.  PARKER 
Son  of  Henry  Parker  and  Nancy  Riley. 
Born  Feb.  27,  1845,  Nauvoo,  111.  Lives  at 
Mt.  Sterling,  Cache  Co.,  Utah. 


WYMAN  MINER  PARKER 
Son  of  Wyman  Parker  and  Maria  Miner. 
Born  April  2,  1828,  Franklin,  Delaware  Co 
N.   Y.     Came  to   Utah   in   1850.     Bishop ; 
Patriarch. 


LIONEL  PARKER 

Son  of  Wyman  M.  Parker  and  Eliza  An- 
Grover.  Born  Dec.  26,  1870,  Morgar 
Utah. 


NICHOLAS  THOMAS  SILCOCK 
Born  Sept.  29,  1819,  Handley,  Eng.     Came 
t°    Utah    Oct.     4,     1850,     Bishop    Edward 
Hunter   Company.     Assisted   in   construc- 
tion of  canal. 


NICHOLAS  HENRY  SILCOCK 
Son  of  Nicholas  Thomas  Silcock  and  Jane 
Heath.      Born   Aug.    13,    1867.      Lives   at 
Riverton,  Utah.     Farmer. 


EPHRAIM  WIGHT 

Born  March  13,  1826,  Centerville,  AIU' 
pany  Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850 
Edward  Hunter  Company.  High  Priest 


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235 


STEPHEN  WIGHT 
M-n    May    7,    1820,    Montgomery,    N.    Y. 
<ime  to  Utah    in    1852,   T.   C.    D.    Howell 
impany.      Bishop's    Counselor ;    Bishop, 
irmer. 


STEPHEN  WIGHT,  JR. 
Son  of  Stephen  Wight  and  Lucy  B.  Water- 
bery.     Born  April  1,  1854. 


LEWIS  WIGHT 

Born  Dec.  11,  1807,  Openheim,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  in  Fall  of  1850,  Ed\vartl 
Hunter  Company. 


LYMAN  WIGHT 

in  of  Lewis  Wight  and  Nancy  Elliot, 
irn  Sept.  24,  1829,  Centerville,  N.  Y.  Al- 
-nate  High  Councilor  of  Box  Elder  Stake. 


THADDEUS  WIGHT 

Son  of  Lyman  Wight  and  Harriet  Bate- 
man.  Born  April  14,  1854,  West  Jordan 
Ward.  Bishop  Harper  Ward  May  28,  1910. 


ALMON   LYMAN  WIGHT 
Son  of  Lyman  Wight  and  Christina  Olsen. 
Born  Feb.   15,   1859,   Brigham   City,   Utah. 
Missionary    to     Eastern     States     1909-10. 
Farmer. 


LEWIS  WIGHT 

n  of  Lyman  Wight  and  Christina  Olsen. 
>rn  June  26,  1867,   Brigham  City,   Utah. 


JONATHAN  C.  WRIGHT 
Born  Nov.  29,  1808,  Rome,  Oneida  Co.,  N. 
Y.     Came   to  Utah  October,  1850,   Edward 
Hunter    Company.       Counselor    in    Presi- 
dency Box  Elder  Stake. 


DAN  ATWOOD 

Born  in  1788.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  14,  1850, 
Wilford  Woodruff  Company.  Teamster ; 
Lumberman ;  Builder. 


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MINER  GRANT  ATWOOD 
Son    of    Dan    Atwood    and    Polly    Sawyer. 
Born    March    18,    1823,    Mansfield,    Conn. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  14,  1850. 


MILLEN  DAN  ATWOOD 
Son  of  Miner  Grant  Atwood  and  Mary  D. 
Guild.    Born  May  16,  1853,  Salt  Lake  City. 
High  Priest.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


LAWRENCE  MINER  ATWOOD 
Son  of  Millen  Dan  Atwood  and  Sarali  Wa 
lass.  Born  March  4,  1886,  Salt  Lake  Oil 
Missionary  to  Australia.  Teacher  ;  Farmt 


SAMUEL  ATWOOD 
Son    of    Dan    Atwood   and    Polly    Sawyer. 


WILLIAM   HENRY   BRANCH 
Born  Aug.  9,  1820,  Lisband,  Conn.     Came 
to   Utah    Oct.    14,   1850,   Wilford   Woodruff 
Company.        High      Priest.        Sheriff     and 
Watermaster  of  Washington  County. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  BRANCH,  JR. 
Son  of  William  Henry  Branch  and  Emel 
Cornelia    Atwood.       Born    AUK.    23,    185 
Salt  Lake  City.     Bishop  Wellington  War 


EUGENE  ELISHA   BRANCH 
Son      of      William      Henry      Branch      and 
Emelie   Cornelia   Atwood.      Born   AUK.    19. 
1854,  at  Salt  Lake  City.     Bishop  Welling- 
ton Ward.      Mason. 


EUGENE    ELISHA    BRANCH,    JR. 
Son    of   Eugene    Klisha    Branch    and    Jane 
Blake.       Born    Oct.    8,     1877,    St.    George, 
Utah.      Bishop's    Counselor.      Farmer. 


GEORGE  A.  GOODRICH 
Son  of  Benjamin  Franklin  Goodrich  ai 
Penelope  Randall  Gardner.  Born  ilari 
3,  1839,  Lunenberg,  Mass.  Came  to  Uti 
Oct.  14,  1850,  Wilford  Woodruff  Compan 


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237 


GEORGE  LEONARD  GOODRICH 
n  of  George  Albert  Goodrich  and  Eliza 
in   TaKgart.      Born    Oct.    30,    1863,    Salt 
l.ke  City.    Bishop's  Counselor.    Merchant. 


ALBERT  G.  GOODRICH 
Son  of  George  Albert  Goodrich  and  Har- 
riett Maria  Tagsart.     Born  May  1,   1871, 
Mt.     Carmel,     Utah.       Bishop    of    Naples 
Ward  1910;  Ward  Teacher. 


LEONARD  WILFORD  HARDY 
Born   Dec.    31,   1805,   Bradford,   Essex  Co., 
Mass.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.   14,   1850,  Wil- 
ford     Woodruff    Company.       Bishop     12th 
Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


LEONARD  GOODRIDGE  HARDY 
S  nf  Leonard  Wilford  Hardy  and  Sophia 
Iis  Goodridge.     Born  June  24,  1852,  Salt 
lj;e  City.      Bishop   2d   Ward,   Salt   Lake 
>Qf.    Capitalist. 


JESSIE  WALLACE  HARDY 
Son  of  Leonard  Wilford  Hardy  and  Sophia 
Lois  Goodridge.     Born  Dec.  30,   1857,  Salt 
Lake  City.     High  Councilor. 


WILLIAM  N.   NEELEY 
Born    Aug.    29,    1830,    Dane    County,    Wis. 
Came    to    Utah    Oct.     14,    1850,    Wilford 
Woodruff    Company.      Bishop    Bear    River 
City  and   Neeley  Wards. 


S, 


PETER  EDGAR  NEELEY 
of  William    N.    Neeley   and    Mary   C. 
on.    Born  Sept.  3,  1883.  Neeley,  Idaho. 


LOUIS  JAMES  PETTY 
Son  of  Robert  Cowen  Petty,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1850,  Wilford  Woodruff  Company, 
and  Margaret  Jefferson  Wells.     Born  Jan. 
11,  1846. 


HORACE   STRONG  RAWSON 
Born    July    15,    1799,    Oneida    Co.,    N.    Y. 
Came    to    Utah    Oct.     16,    1850,    Wilford 
Woodruff  Company.  High  Councilor.  Mem- 
ber Ogden  City  Council. 


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WILLIAM  COFFIN  RAWSON 
Son  of  Horace  Strong  Rawson  and  Eliza- 
beth Coffin.     Born  Jan.  13,  1832,  Randolph 
County,    Indiana.      Supt.    Sunday    School. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


JOSEPH  YOUNG 

Born  April  7,  1797,  Hopkinton,  Mass. 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1850,  Wilford 
Woodruff  Company.  Missionary ;  Senior 
President  of  All  Quorums  of  Seventies. 


LEGRAND  YOUNG 
Son  of  Joseph  Young  and  Jane  Ade' 
Bicknell.  Born  Dec.  27,  1840,  Nauvoo. 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1850.  H 
Priest.  City  Councilman.  Lawyer. 


JOSEPH  FISH 

Son  of  Horace  Fish,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
1850,  Milo  Andrus  Company,  and  Hannah 
Leavitt.  Born  June  27,  1840,  Will  County, 
111.  Superintendent  Sunday  School. 


EDWIN  HAMBLIN 

Son  of  Isaiah  Hamblin,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  27,  1850,  and  Daphney  Haynes.  Born 
May  20,  1835,  Bainbridge,  Geauga  Co., 
Ohio.  First  Lieutenant  in  Militia. 


ORVILLE  CLARK.  ROBERTS 
Born    Sept.    1,    1833,    Manchester,    Mor 
Co.,  111.     Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  Milo  A 
rus  Company.      Seventy.     Indian  Figl 
Farmer. 


OUVILLK  CLARK  UOBKRT8,  JR. 
Son    of    Orvllle    Clark    Roberts    and    Mary 
Coray.     Born  Oct.  24,   18«9. 


DANIEL    STUART 

Born  May  20,  1820,  Kindle,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Oct.  10,  1850,  Milo  Andrus  Company. 
Veteran  Echo  Canyon  War.  Shoemaker. 


GEORGE    STUART 
Son  of  Daniel   Stewart   and   Agness  I 
dleston.     Born  Feb.   27,   1845.     Miss!'" 
to  Scotland   1894-96;   Bishop.     Telegr' 
Operator. 


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239 


THOMAS    STUART 
Son  of  George  Stuart. 


ANDREW  JACKSON  STEWART 
Born  Sept.  13,  1819,  Jackson,  Monroe  Co., 
Ohio.      Came  to  Utah  Oct.   20,   1850.     As- 
sistant Attorney  General ;  Deputy  Clerk  of 
Supreme  Court. 


ANDREW  JACKSON  STEWART,  JR. 
Son  of  Andrew  Jackson  Stewart  and  Eun- 
ice  Pease   Quimby    Haws.      Born   Oct.    8, 
1846,  Pottawattamie  County,  Iowa.     U.  S. 
Deputy  Surveyor. 


ANDREW  J.  STEWART,  III. 
Si  of  Andrew  Jackson  Stewart,  Jr.,  and 
Nllssa  Kiggs.      Born  April  10,  1873,  Provo, 
Mih.    U.  S.  Deputy  Surveyor. 


DAVID  B.  DILLE 

Born    in    Ohio.      Came    to    Utah    October, 
1850,  Captain  Bennett  Company. 


ARVIS  C.   DILLE 

Son  of  David  B.  Dille  and  Harriet  Lucre- 
tia  Welsh.  Born  Oct.  26,  1839.  Indiana, 
Came  to  Utah  with  father. 


li 


HIRAM  DILLE 

of  Arvis  C.  Dille  and  Mary  Ann  Brad- 
Born  Nov.  3.  1874,  Hyrum,   Utah. 


CHARLES  HENRY  MALLORT 
Son    of    Lemuel    Mallory    and    Elizabeth 
Canada.     Born  Oct.  15,  1840,  Malon,  Mich. 
Built   first   house   on  the   Mesa,   Arizona, 
1878. 


WARREN  JAMES  MALLORY 
Son  of  Charles  Henry  Mallory  and   Caro- 
line  M.   T.   Lesueur.      Born   Oct.    23,    1868, 
Montpelier,  Idaho.     Bishop  2d  Ward,  Shel- 
ley, Idaho. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN  OF   UTAH— 1850 


DANIEL  HALL  MURDOCK 
Born  Nov.  10,  1839,  Warren  County,  Indi- 
ana.    Came  to  Utah   in   1850,   Capt.   Ben- 
nett Company.     Planted  first  shade  trees 
in  Ogden. 


ASAHEL  PERRY 

Born  Feb.  26,  1784,  Williamsburg,  Hamp- 
shire Co.,  Mass.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850, 
Capt.  Bennett  Company.  High  Priest. 
Member  Legislature.  Farmer. 


STEPHEN  CHADWICK  PERRY 
Son  of  Asahel  Perry  and  Polly  Chadwii 
Born  Dec.  22,  1818,  Genesee  County,  N. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.    Indian  War  Veten 


LEWIS  R.   PERRY 

Son  of  Stephen  Chadwick  Perry  and  Anna 
Maria  Hewlett.  Born  Dec.  31,  1849,  Mt. 
Pisgah,  Iowa.  Member  High  Council  Union 
Stake,  Oregon. 


JOHN  SYLVESTER  PERRY 
Son  of  Stephen  Chadwick  Perry  and  Anna 
Maria    Hewlett.       Born     March    10,    1852, 
Sprinsville,  Utah.     Farmer. 


MARTIN  STEWART  PERRY 
Son  of  Stephen  Chadwick  Perry  and  M 


garet    Eleanor    Stewart. 
1858,  Springville,  Utah. 


Born    Aug. 


GEORGE  WILLARD  PERRY 
Hon  of  Stephen  Chadwick  Perry  and  Mary 
Boggs.      Born    Nov.    26,    1861,    Springville, 
Utah.      High    Priest ;    Bishop's    Counselor. 
School  Trustee. 


GEORGE  MARTIN  BURGESS 
Born    April    2,    1839,    Clay    County,    Mo. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  Capt.  Johnson  Com- 
pany.     Pres.      29th      Quorum      Seventies. 
Black   Hawk    Indian    War   Vet.      Farmer. 


ERNEST  HUNGATE  BUHCIOSS 
Son  of  George  Martin  Burgess  and  Rh 
Ann  Dykes.     Born  Jan.  3,  1884,  Pine  \ 
ley,  Utah.     Principal  of  Schools  ;  Alton 


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SPICER  W.   CRANDALL 
ime  to  Utah  August,  1850,  Captain  John- 
n  Company. 


JAMES  M.   HICKS 

Born  June  29,  1833,  New  York.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1850,  Capt.  Johnson  Company. 
Elder. 


DANIEL  CLAYBORN  THOMAS 
Born  Dec.  12,  1815,  North  Carolina.    Came 
to  Utah  in  1850,  Capt.  Johnson  Company. 
Has    lived    at    Lehi,    Cedar    Fort,    Smith- 
field  and  Plain  City,  Utah. 


JAMES  MADISON  THOMAS 
Si  of  Daniel  Clayborn  Thomas  and  Jane 
llither.     Born  Aug.   18,  1855,  Cedar  Fort, 
lab.      Farmer  and   Stockraiser.      Resides 
(  Plain  City,  Utah. 


ALMA  KEYES 

Son  of  William  Henry  Harrison  '  Keyes, 
who  came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1850,  anrt 
Eliza  Ann  Herrick.  Born  Aug.  10,  1839, 
Adams  County,  111.  Bishop. 


ERASTUS  NELSON  WELLS 
Son  of  Jonathan   Sawyer  Wells  and  Mar- 
gret  Gardner.     Born   Feb.   18,   1835,   Erie 
County,  Pa.     Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  Capt. 
Johnston    Company.      Seventy. 


I    JONATHAN  SAWYER  WELLS 
ni  of  Erastus  Nelson  Wells  and   Nancy 
iMInda  Whitaker.     Born  April   12,   1870, 
Voaruff,  Idaho. 

16 


LAWRENCE  RAY  WELLS 
Son  of  Erastus  Nelson  Wells  and   Nancy 
Malinda   Whitaker.      Born    Nov.    4,    1878, 
Woodruff,  Idaho. 


HOWARD  CORAY 

Born  May  6,  1817,  Stevens  County,  Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1850,  John  Sharp 
Company.  High  Priest. 


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HOWARD  KNOWLTON  CORAY 
Son  of   Howard   Coray  and   Martha  Jane 
Knowlton.     Born  April  10,  1842,  Augusta, 
Vanburen  Co.,  Iowa,     Bishop's  Counselor. 


JOHN  SHARP 

Born  Nov.  9,  1820,  Clackmannanshire, 
Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  1,  1850, 
John  Sharp  Company.  Bishop  of  20th 
Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


JOHN  SHARP,  JR. 
Son  of  John  Sharp  and  Jane  Pattersor 
Born  Dec.  28,  1841,  Clackmannan,  Scot 
land.  Member  High  Council.  State  Com 
missioner. 


JOHN  N.   SHARP 

Son  of  John  Sharp,  Jr.,  and  Hannah  Nes- 
len.  Born  June  11,  1869,  Salt  Lake  City. 
City  Councilman.  Real  Estate.  Mining. 


JAMES  SHARP 

Son  of  John  Sharp  and  Jane  Patterson. 
Born  Nov.  18,  1843,  Scotland.  Member 
House  Representatives.  Mayor  Salt  Lake 
City.  Regent  U.  of  U. 


JOHN  C.   SHARP 

Son  of  Joseph  Sharp  and  Jannet  Conclii 
Born  May  28,  1850,  Kaw  River,  Kan.  Cain 
to  Utah  Aug.  28,  1850.  Capitalist. 


JOSEPH  C.   SHARP 

Son  of  Joseph  Sharp  and  Margaret  Condie. 
Born  Dec.  17,  1864,  Salt  Lake  City.  Mis- 
sionary to  Scotland  1890-92.  Sheriff  of 
Salt  Lake  County. 


MILES  BATTY 

Born  March  2,  1832,  Ossett,  Yorkshire. 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  I860,  A.  O.  Smoot 
Supply  Train.  Mechanic. 


MILES  M.   BATTY 

Son  of  Miles  Batty  and  Mary  H.  Median 
Born  June  12,  18'65,  Wanship,  Summit  ( 
Utah.      Missionary;    High    Priest;   Presi 
dent  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.    Farmer. 


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CHARLES  SIMKINS 
inrn    March    25,    1798,    Lancashire,    Eng. 
•ame  to  Utah  in  1850,  A.  O.  Smoot  Supply 
•rain.     Carpenter ;   Farmer. 


JOSEPH  SIMKINS 

Son  of  Charles  Simkins  and  Rachel  Haw- 
thorne. Born  Dec.  4,  1842,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  First  Coun- 
selor Bishop  J.  E.  Peterson. 


JEREMIAH  HATCH 

Born  July  7,  1823,  Vermont.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1850,  Lorenzo  Snow  Company. 
Bishop. 


ALVAH  ALEXANDER  HATCH 
»n  of  Jeremiah  Hatch  and  Louisa  Pool 
lexantler.    Born  March  6,  1851,  Salt  Lake 
ity.    High  Priest. 


HARRISON  PERRY  FUGATE 
Born  June  10,  1821,  Clinton  County,  Ohio. 
Came    to    Utah    in    1850,    Lorenzo    Snow 
Company.     Seventy. 


THOMAS  FUGATE 

Son  of  Harrison  Perry  Fugate  and  Sarah 
Shoemaker.  Born  Oct.  4,  1866,  Richfield, 
Utah.  Farmer. 


ELIAS  ADAMS 
irn  Feb.   18,   1792,   in  Vermont.      Came 
Utah    in    1850.      Presiding   Elder,    Mt. 
•sgah,  Iowa.     Farmer.     Lived  at  Kays- 
He,  Utah. 


ELIAS  ADAMS,  JR. 

Son  of  Ellas  Adams  and  Belinda  Railey. 
Born  Jan.  2,  1843,  Adams  County,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  in  I860.  Sheepman  and 
Farmer.  Resided  at  Layton. 


JOSHUA  ADAMS 

Son  of  Elias  Adams  and  Belinda  Railey. 
Born  Dec.  30,  1848,  Mt.  Pisgah,  Iowa. 
Farmer.  President  Oneida  Irrigation  Dis- 
trict four  years. 


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DENNIS  ELIAS  ADAMS 
Son  of  Ellas  Adams,  Jr.,  and  Elizabeth  R. 
Harris.      Born    Feb.    21,    1870,    Kaysville, 
Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor.     Commissioner 
Box  Elder  County  six  years. 


RICHARD   BABBITT 

Born  July  2,  1842.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850. 
Brought  first  printing  ink  to  Salt  Lake 
City,  1850. 


JOHN  BAIR 
Born  Nov.  26,  1810,  Somerset  County,  Pi 
Came  to  Uta.h  in  1850,  Oxteam  Compan; 
High  Priest.  Indian  War  Veterai 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


HYRUM  BAIR 

Son  of  John  Bair  and  Jerusha  Ann  Rich- 
ardson. Born  Nov.  16,  1850,  Farmington, 
Utah. 


GEORGE   BAUM 

Born  Nov.  2,  1829,  Brandywine,  Pa.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1850,  Independent  Com- 
pany. High  Priest.  Farmer  ;  Merchant. 


ISAAC  BAUM 
Born  April  7,  1832,  Uklan  Township,  Che 
ter  Co.,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  I 
dependent  Company.  High  Councilor.  Ii 
clian  War  Veteran. 


JACOB  HARRIS  BAUM 
Son    of   .Jacob    Baum,    who   came   to   Utah 
in    1850,    Independent    Company,    and    Ag- 
nes Nancy  Harris.     Born  May  29,  1836,  in 
Pennsylvania.   ,  Seventy.     Farmer. 


JOSEPH  BIDWELL,  JR. 
Son  of  Joseph  Bidwell,  who  came  to  Utah 
In  1850,  and  Hannahette  Mower.  Born 
Dec.  22,  1860,  Pleasant  View,  Utah. 
Bishop's  Counselor.  School  Teacher. 
Farmer. 


WESLEY   BILLS 

Came  to  Utah  In  1850.  Elder:  \Va 
Teacher.  Early  Settler  at  Milburn,  Uti 
Black  Hawk  War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


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JAMES  BILLS 

on  of  Wesley  Bills  and  Sarah  Wilcox. 
torn  Nov.  17,  1876,  Fairview,  Utah.  El- 
er ;  Ward  Teacher.  Farmer ;  Engineer. 


JAMES  B1KD 

Born  in  May,  1811,  London,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  November,  1850.  Cabinet 
Maker. 


EDMUND  BIRD 

Son  of  James  Bird  and  Margaret  Mont- 
gomery. Born  Aug.  3,  1847,  Boston,  Mass. 
Carpenter  and  Builder. 


RICHARD  R.   BIRKBECK 
)rn  March  25,   1822.     Came  to  Utah  in 

50. 


SETH    MILLINGTON    BLAIR 
Born    March    15,    1819,    Rails   County,   Mo. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.     Lawyer. 


JEDEUIAH   MILLIXGTON  BLAIR 
Son  of  Seth  Mlllington  Blair. 


JEWMAN  GREENLEAF  BLODGETT 
Came   to  Utah   in   1850. 


GREENLEAF  BLODGETT 
Son  of  Greenleaf  Blodgett. 


JAMES  BRINKERHOFF 
Born   May   22,   1816,   Sempronius,   Cayuga 
Co.,  N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  in  1850. 


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GEORGE  BRINKERHOFF 
Son   of  James   Brinkerhoff,   who  came   to 
Utah  in  1850,  and  Sally  Ann  Snider.    Born 
Oct.  29,  1852,  Centerville,  Utah.     Bishop  ; 
Elder ;  High  Priest ;  Missionary. 


JAMES  GREENE  BROWNING 
Born  May  2,  1808,  Sumner  County,  Tenn. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.     Second  Bishop  of 
Weber.     City  Councilman. 


GEORGE  A.  BROWNING 
Son  of  James  Greene  Browning  and  Ai 
Wood.  Born  June  27,  1865,  Ogden,  Uta 
Bishop  Annis  Ward.  Merchant ;  Farmi 


t 


ENOCH  BURNS 

Born  Nov.  2,  1807,  Ascott,  Sherbrooke  Co., 
Lower  Canada.     Came  to  Utah  in  1850. 


MARSENA   CANNON 

Came  to  Utah  about  1850.     Pioneer  Pho- 
tographer. 


JOHN    PECK    CHIDESTER 
Son  of  John  Madison  Chidester  and 
Parker.     Born   Dec.   23,   1831,    Somer 
Monroe  Co.,  Mich.     Came  to  Utah  in  II 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN  FOY  CHIDESTER 
Son   of   John    Peck    Chidester   and    Susan 
Foy.      Born    Feb.    2,    1853,    Spanish    Fork, 
Utah.      High      Priest.      District      Judge. 
Lawyer. 


JETER  CLINTON 

Father  of  James  E.  Clinton  of  Salt  Lake 
City.  Came  to  Utah  1850.  Police  Justice 
at  Salt  Lake.  Alderman  in  Fourth  Mu- 
nicipal Ward. 


MORONI  COLE 
Father    of    the    wife    of    George    Willi 
Davis  of  Avon,  Utah.   Born  April  12,  " 
Jackson  County,  Mo.     Came  to  Utah 
Captain  Lake  Csmpany. 


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ETHER  COLTRIN 

•  in  of  Graham  Coltrin  and  Harriett  Heck- 
.ian.     Salt  Lake  City. 


HENRY  C.  COLTRIN 
Son   of   Graham   Coltrin  and   Anner   Nor- 
wood.    Salt  Lake  City. 


EDWARD  CONDER 

Born  Nov.  19,  1826,  Woden,  Cambridge- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  November,  1850, 
Edward  Hunt  Company.  High  Priest. 
Farmer. 


GIBSON  CONDIE 
->m   June    16,    1814,    Glasgow,    Scotland. 
ime  to  Utah  July,  1850.     Seventy.     Con- 
actor  for  Building  Material.     Resided  at 
ill  Lake  City. 


ALEXANDE*!t~COWAN 


Son  of  John  Cowan,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
1850,  Levi  Stewart  Company,  and  Agnes 
Barrey.  Born  December,  1830,  Campsee, 
Scotland.  High  Priest. 


JOHN  M.   COWAN 

Son  of  Alexander  Cowan  and  Jane  Mit- 
chell. Born  Aug.  29,  1862,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Elder.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


CHARLES  CAESAR  COWLEY 
rn  Dec.  1,  1800,  Isle  of  Man.     Came  to 
ah  in  1850,   Andrew  Perkins  Company, 


CHARLES    CAESAR    COWLEY,    JR. 
Son  of  Charles  C.  Cowley  and  Ann  Killip. 
Born   Nov.   17,   1843,    Isle  of  Man.      Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran.     Assisted  Im- 
migration. 


JOSEPH  CURTIS  COWLEY 
Son  of  Charles  Caesar  Cowley  and  Eleanor 
C.    Curtis.      Born    Oct.    27,    1S69,    Logan, 
Utah.    Missionary ;  Bishop  of  Venice  Ward. 
Merchant. 


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EPHHA1M  ALBERT  COWLEY 
Son  of  Charles  Caesar  Cowley  and  Eleanor 
C.  Curtis.    Born  Aug.  4,  1874,  Logan,  Utah. 
Seventy ;    Missionary   to   Australia.      Mgr. 
People's  Emporium. 


WILLIAM  MILLER 

Born  Jan.  8,  1814,  Avon,  N.  Y.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  15,  1849,  Captain  of  his  own 
Company.  Member  of  2d  Quorum  Seventies. 


JOHN  W.   CURTIS 
Son   of   Enos   Curtis   and   Ruth   Frank 
Born  Aug.   10,  1820,  Pennsylvania.     Cai 
to  Utah  in  1850.     High  Priest.     Farmer 


See 


JAMES  HORACE  KENNEDY 
genealogy    of   John    Franklin    Curtis. 


MILTON   DA1LEY 

Born  Oct.  14,  1827,  Falls  Township,  Lu- 
zerne  Co.,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850, 
Slaughter  and  Cavett  Company.  Bishop 
Harrisburgr  Ward. 


JAMES  E.  DANIELS 
Born  Feb.  9,  1825,  Manchester,  Enif.  Cai 
to  Utah  in  1850.  Patriarch  ;  Stake  Ch 
ister.  County  Recorder ;  Assessor.  Ca 
net  Maker. 


JABEZ   Dl'RFKE 

Born  May  10,  1828,  New  York.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1850,  Oxteam  Company.  First 
Bishop  of  Aurora  Ward.  Carpenter  ;  Farm- 
er and  Fruit  Grower. 


JOHN    EARDLEY 

Came  to  Utah   about   1850.     High   Priest. 
Potter. 


CHAULKS  FRANK  EMERY 
Son  of  Henry  Emery  and  Elizabeth  Bri 
erton.  Born  Jan.  6,  1864,  Salt  Lake  d 
Sheriff  Salt  Lake  County. 


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CLAYBOURN  M.  ELDER 
:orn  June  2,  1827,  Bedford  County,  Tenn. 
ame  to  Utah  in  1850,  Ox  Team  Company, 
id  Ian  War  Veteran. 


NATHANIEL  HENRY  FELT 
Born  Feb.  6,  1816,  Salem,  Mass.     Came  to 
Utah   Oct.    6,    1850,    Heywood    &   Woolley 
Mdse.  Train.     Colonel  in  Utah  Militia. 


GEORGE  F.  FELT 

Son  of  Nathaniel  Henry  Felt  and  Eliza 
Ann  Preston.  Born  Dec.  8,  1857,  at  Salt 
Lake  City.  Seventy. 


JOSEPH   A.   FISHER 
on    of    Joseph    Fisher    and    Evaline    Mc- 
.ean.     Born   July    28,    1841,    Nauvoo,    111. 
ame  to  Utah  in   1850,   Gilbert   &  Parish 
ompany.     High  Priest. 


JAMES  MADISON  FISHER 
Son  of  Joseph  Fisher,   who  came  to  Utah 
1850,  and  Evaline  McLean. 


FREDERICK  L.    FOY 

Son  of  Thomas  B.  Foy,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1850,  and  Catherine  Fink.  Born  Oct.  3, 
1846,  Hancock  County,  111.  County  Se- 
lectman. 


JOHN  GEORGE 
10,r"    April    19,     1818,    Merthyr,    Duggen, 
outh  Wales.   Came  to  Utah  in  1850.   Elder. 


I 


JOSEPH  M.  GEORGE 

Son  of  John  George  and  Elizabeth  Mor- 
gan. Born  March  20,  1860,  North  Ogden, 
Utah.  Seventy. 


JOSEPH  HARDY 

Born   1810,   in  Maine.     Came  to   Utah    in 
1850.      Member  Nauvoo  Legion.      Farmer. 


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JOSEPH  HARDY,  JR. 

Son  of  Joseph  Hardy  and  Lucy  Blaudeon. 
Born  April  8,  1848,  near  Council  Bluffs, 
Iowa.  Constable.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOSEPH  HYRUM  HARDY 
Son  of  Joseph  Hardy,  Jr.,  and  Lydia  Re- 
becca Davis.     Born  March  11,  1871,  Lake- 
town,     Utah.     Counselor     in     Presidency 
Duchesne  and  Uinta  Stakes. 


MARTIN  H.  HARRIS 
Son  of  Emer  Harris,  who  came  to  Utah 
1850,  and  Deborah  Lott.     Born  Sept 
1820,   Mahoney,   Pa.     First   Presiding 
tier  of  Harrisville.     Member   Nauvoo 
Sion. 


NATHAN  J.  HARRIS 

Son  of  Martin  H.  Harris  and  Louisa  Sar- 
gent. Born  March  29,  1864,  Harrisville, 
Utah.  District  Judpe  of  Ogden.  Mem- 
ber Bishopric  Harrisville. 


MARTIN  D.  HARRIS 

Son  of  Martin  H.  Harris  and  Louisa  Sar- 
gent. Born  May  4,  1866,  Harrisville,  Utah. 
Senior  President  60th  Quorum  Seventies. 
President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


LEANDBR  S.   HARRIS 
Son  of  Martin  H.  Harris  and  Louisa  Si 
gent.     Born  April  20,   1860. 


CHARLES  HARRIS 

Son  of  Emer  Harris  and  Parna  Chapel. 
Born  July  2,  1834,  in  Ohio.  Seventy.  Car- 
penter and  Farmer. 


CLARENCE  EARL,  HARRIS 
Son  of  Charles  Harris  and  Louisa  Maria 
Hall.     Born  May  24,  1879,  Parowan,  Utah. 
Merchant.     Seventy. 


ROBERT  HARRIS 
Born  Dec.  26,  1808,  Gloucestershire,  Ei 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  Joseph  Home  Co 
pany.  President  55th  Quorum  Seventi 


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DANIEL  BROWETT  HARRIS 
in  of  Robert  Harris  and  Hannah  Mariah 
igles.     Born  Oct.  30,  1848.     Bishop  Lay- 
re  Ward. 


LOUIS  HARVEY 

Born  Feb.  1,  1822,  Harrison  County,   Va. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.     High  Priest. 


JONATHAN  LOUIS  HARVEY 
Son  of  Louis  Harvey  and  Lucinda  Clark. 
Born    March    8,    1855,    Cedar   City,    Utah. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


ROBERT  HENRY 
Came  to  Utah  in  185ft- 


FRANKLIN  OLIVER  HILL 
Son   of  Newton  Hill,   who   came   to   Utah 
in    1850,    and    Lucy   Ann   Henson.      Born 
Sept.    20,     1884,    Dover,    near    Gunnison, 
Utah.     Merchant. 


JOHN  B.  HILL 

Son  of  John  Hill,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
1850,  and  Margret  Brice.  Born  March 
17,  1846,  Nauvoo,  111.  Pres.  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


WILLIAM  JAMES  HILL 


irn  March  3,  1834,  Athens,   Greene  Co., 
Y.     Came    to   Utah    in    1850.      Indian 
ar  Veteran. 


DANIEL  W.  HOLDAWAY 
Born  July  14,  1834,  Putnam  County,  Ind. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  17,  1850. 


JAMES  N.  HOLDAWAY 
Son  of  Daniel  W.  Holdaway  and  Martha 
B.  Gardner.     Born  Jan.  2,  1868,  North  Og- 
den,   Utah.     Irrigation  Engineer. 


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DAVIIJ  HOLDAWAY 

Born  March  9,  1832,  Hawkins  County, 
Tenn.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  High  Coun- 
cilor ;  Seventy.  Probate  Judge.  Machinist. 
Lived  at  Provo,  Utah. 


JOHN  HOLLAND 
Born  March   23,   1836,   in  England, 
to  Utah  in  October,  1850. 


JOHN  WILLIAM  HOLLAND 
Came  Son    of   John    Holland   and    Mary    Burl 

Born  Oct.  25,  1861,  Ogden,  Utah. 


SAMUEL  "PIERCE  HOYT 
Born    Nov.    21,    1807,    Devonshire,    N.    H. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.     Seventy.     County 
Commissioner.     Farmer  and  Merchant. 


LEVI  HUNT 

Born  Aug.  21,  1833,  Worcestershire,  Kng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  Seventy.  Farmer. 
Lives  at  Joseph  City,  Utah. 


J^^^m 


SAMUEL  WILFORD  JENKLNSi  i.N 
Born  Dec.  18,  1851.  Chaplain  State  : 
islature.  Superintendent  Home  " 
Blind. 


* 


WILLIS  KELSEY  JOHNSON,  JR. 
Son  of  Willis  Kelsey  Johnson,  who  came  to 
I'tah  in   1850.     Born  Oct.   2,   1850,  at  Salt 
Lake    City.      Pres.    of    Seventies.      School 
Trustee  ;   City  Councilman. 


ELISHA  JONES 

Born  in  Jefferson  County,  Ohio.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1850,  Mathew  Caldwell  Company. 
High  Priest ;  Bishop  of  East  Ward,  Heber 
City.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  JONES 
Son  of  Elisha  Jones  and  Margaret  Tall>< 
Born  May  18,  1854,  Provo,  Utah.    Farn 


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ISAAC  MORLEY  JONES 
)tr  of  James  Nayfor  Jones,  who  came  to 
tah  in  1850,  and  Caroline  Delict  Allen. 
>rn  Aug.  3,  1862,  Fairview,  Utah.     High 
•iest.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  R.  JONES 

Born  Feb.  4,  1821,  Manchester,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  High  Priest. 
Tailor. 


WILLIAM  ALVA  JUDY 
Son  of  William  Clark  Judy,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1850,  and  Kesiah  Benson.     Born 
Dec.   2,   1847,  Council  Bluffs,   Iowa.     High 
Priest. 


ALONZO   KNIGHT 
>rn  Oct.  14,  1830,  Marlow,  N.  H.     Came 
Utah  in  1850,  Joseph  Young  Company, 
acher ;   Seventy  ;  High  Priest. 


LARS   LARSON 

Born  Jan.  11,  1825,  Hadngar,  Norway. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  Seventy.  Ward 
Teacher.  Brick  and  Stonemason.  Farmer. 


LARS  JAMES  LARSON 
Son    of   Lars   Larson   and    Mary   Adelphia 
Bellows.      Born  June   7,   1853,   Mill   Creek, 
Utah.     High  Priest.      Bishop's  Counselor ; 
Sunday  School  Superintendent. 


PRESTON  LEWIS 

n  of  David  Lewis  and  Duritha  Trail. 
>rn  Nov.  15,  1838,  Simpson  County,  Ky. 
me  to  Utah  in  October,  1850.  Mission- 
y  to  "Dixie"  and  the  "Muddy." 


PRESTON  KING    LEWIS 
Son    of    Preston    Lewis    and    Virtue    Ann 
Bowthorpe.     Born  Dec.  21,  1859,  Big  Cot- 
tonwood,  Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


SINEY  LEWIS 

Son  of  David  Lewis  and  Duritha  Trail. 
Born  Aug.  1,  1848,  Council  Bluffs,  Iowa. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  Sunday  School 
Superintendent.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


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WILLIAM  SEELY  LISH 
Son   of   Joseph   Lions   Lish,   who   came   to 
Utah    in    1850,    and    Harriet    Ann    Trip. 
Born  Nov.   9,   1824,  Minisink,   Orange  Co., 
N.  T. 


HUGH   DOBBINS   LISONBEE 
Born    May   30,    1830.      Came   to   Utah    in 
1850. 


JOHN  LOVELL 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850. 


HENHY  LUXT 

Born  July  20,  1824,  Miley  Hall  Farm, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1850. 
Bishop  of  Cedar  City.  Mayor  of  Cedar 
City. 


HENRY  W.  LUNT 

Son  of  Henry  Lunt  and  Mary  Ann  Wilson. 
Born  Jan.  25,  1863,  Cedar  City,  Utah. 
Bishop  of  Cedar  City.  Mayor  and  City 
Councilman.  Senator. 


CHARLES  OLIVER  LUKE 
Son  of  William  Luke  and  Emma  Perkins. 
Born    Jan.     25,    1829,     Manchester,     Eng. 
High  Priest. 


CHARLES  WILLIAM  LUKE 
Son    of    Charles    Oliver    Luke    and    Ann 
Beaver.     Born  Dec.  25,  1847,  Manti,  Utah. 
Elder,    Farmer. 


WILLIAM  LUKE 
Son  of  William  Luke  and  Emma  Perki 
Born  Sept.  2,  1834,  Manchester,  Lan 
shire,  Eng.  Mayor  of  Manti  two  tern 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


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HENRY  LUKE 

on  of  William  Luke  and  Emma  Perkins, 
orn  March  17,  1836.  Came  to  Utah  with 
xteam  Company.  Indian  Interpreter, 
armer. 


WILLIAM  ANDREW  LUKE 
Son    of    Henry    Luke    and    Harriet    Luce. 
Born   Jan.   29,   1860,   Spanish  Fork,  Utah. 
Manager    Luke's    Hot    Pots    at    Midway, 
Utah.     Road   Supervisor. 


JAMES  HENRY  MARTINEAU 
Born   March   13,   1828,  Amsterdam,  N.  Y. 
Came   to   Utah   July   20,    1850,   California 
Gold   Seekers'   Company.     Bishop's  Coun- 
selor.    Surveyor. 


LYMAN  ROYAL  MARTINEAU 
n  of  James  Henry  Martineau  and  Susan 
lia  Sherman.  Born  April  21,  1859,  Farc- 
in, Utah.  Missionary  to  England  1879-81. 
irmer  and  Stockraiser. 


HORATIO  HARRIS  MERRILL 
Son  of  Austin  T.  Merrill  and  Laura 
Wilder  Harris.  Born  Jan.  3,  1834,  Alden, 
Erie  Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850. 
Carpenter ;  Wheelwright. 


JOSEPH  HARRIS  MERRILL 
Son  of  Horatio  Harris  Merrill   and   Mar- 
tha   Mouritsen.      Born    March    10,    1868, 
Smithfield,  Utah. 


SAMUEL  B.  MERRILL 
•rn  Jan.  4,  1812,  Smithfield,  N.  Y.    Came 
Utah  in  1850.     Counselor  to  Bishop  of 
jithfield,     Utah,     several     years ;     High 
iest* 


ORRIN  J.  MERRILL 

Son  of  Samuel  B.  Merrill  and  Elizabeth 
Runyan.  Born  June  22,  1855,  Mill  Creek, 
Utah. 


ORRIN  PRESTON  MERRILL 
Son    of    Orrin    J.    Merrill    and    Elizabeth 
White.     Born  Aug.  5,  1876.     Counselor  to 
Bishop  ;   Bishop  ;   Sunday   School  Superin- 
tendent ;  President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  Farmer. 


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PORTER  WILLIAM  MERRELL 
Son  of  Hosea  Merrell,  who  came  to  Utah 
in    1850,    and    Mary    Saxton.      Born    Sept. 
10,     1846,    Garden    City,    Iowa.       Sunday 
School  Superintendent.  Farmer  ;  Freighter. 


WILLIAM   PORTER   MERRELL 
Son  of  Porter  William  Merrell   and   Har- 
riett  Amelia   Badger   Remmington.      Born 
Aug    30,    1869,   Paradise,   Utah.        Bishop 
Bluebell  Ward,  Utah.     Farmer. 


SAMUEL  MULLINER 
Born    Jan.     15,     1809,    Haddington,    Sc 
land.      Came   to   Utah    in    1850.      .Mcmi 
Presidency     of     12th     Quorum     Seventi 
Leather  Manufacturer. 


. 


JAMES  McBRIDE 


Born    May    15,    1818,    in    Ohio.      Came   to 
Utah  in   October.   1850.     High   Priest. 


RUBEN    McBRIDE 

Relative  of  John  S.  McBride  of  Fillmore. 
Utah. 


RUBEN  A.  McBRIDE 
Relative  of  John  S.  McBride  of  Fillmo 
Utah. 


WASHINGTON  PERRY  McARTHUR 
Born    Dec.    24,    1824,    Scrubgrass    Countv. 
Pa.     Came  to  Utah  in  1850.     High  Priest; 
Bishop ;   Counselor  to  W.   S.   Seely.     City 
Councilman.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  MCDONALD 

Born  in  1805  in  Ireland.  Came  to  Utah 
Oct.  15,  1850,  Oxteam  Company.  High 
Priest.  Veteran  Walker  and  Black  Hawk 
Indian  Wars. 


WILLIAM  MCGREGOR 

Born  Oct.  4,  1842.     Came  to  Utah  in  18 


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JAMES  STEPHEN  McGREGOR 
on   of   William    McGregor    and    Charilla 
:mily  Browning.     Born  Oct.  14,  1880,  Og- 
en,  Utah.     Seventy. 


JAMES  A.  McKEE 

Son  of  James  McKee  and  Mary  Tweed 
McMillan.  Born  Dec.  27,  1854,  Palmyra, 
Utah.  President  Priest  Quorum.  Farmer. 


JOHN   NEEDHAM 

Born  April  1,  1819,  Yorkshire,  England. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  Patriarch.  Man- 
ager Clothing  Department  of  Z.  C.  M.  I. 


J.  S.  OSTLER 

>n  of  John  C.  Ostler,  who  came  to  Utah 
)out  1850,  and  Mary  Anne  Ostler.  Mem- 
ir  State  Board  of  Sheep  Commissioners  ; 
leepman. 


EZRA  PARRISH 

Born  May  4,  1804,  Brownsville,  Jefferson 
Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  November, 
1850.  Assisted  in  building  a  Gristmill  at 
Springville,  Utah. 


JESSE  PEARSON 

Born  June  13,  1813,  in  Georgia.     Came  to 
Utah  in  1850.     Farmer. 


DAVID  PENROD 
5rn    Jan.    9,    1815,    Union    County,    111. 
ime  to  Utah  in  1850. 

17 


DAVID  NEPHI  PENROD 
Son    of    David    Penrod    and    Temperance 
Keller.     Born  Oct.   24,   1850,  Provo,  Utah. 
Elder.     Indian  War  Veteran.     Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


STEPHEN  PERRY 

Born  Aug.  12,  1792,  in  Vermont.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1850.  High  Priest;  Bishop's 
Counselor  at  Lynn,  Utah.  Farmer. 


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WILLIAM  HOWARD  PERRY 
Son  of  Stephen  Perry  and  Rhoby  Edwards. 
Born  Aug.   2,   1823,    Essex   County,   N.   Y. 
Farmer. 


GEORGE  WILLIAM  PERRY 
Son  of  William  Howard  Perry  and  Julia 
ette  Stowell.     Born  April  3,   1866,  Hunts 
ville,  Utah.     Farmer. 


SYLVESTER  LYMAN  PERRY 
Son  of  Stephen  Perry  and  Rhoby  Edward 
Born  Jan.  2,  1833,  Lewis,  N.  Y.  Hig 
Priest.  Farmer. 


WILLIAM  HEBER  PERRY 
Son    of    Sylvester    L.     Perry    and    Nancy 
Shaffer.     Born  June  30,   1862,   Slaterville, 
Utah.       Elder.     Farmer. 


STEPHEN    WASHINGTON    PERRY 


Pioneer  to  Weber  County,  Utah.     Ogden, 
Utah. 


JARED   PORTER 
Born  March  23,  1812,  Danby,  Rutland 
Vt.      Came    to    Utah    in    1850.      Bishop 
Counselor ;  Patriarch.     Shoemaker. 


BENJAMIN   PREECE    PORTER 
Son  of  Jared  Porter  and  Harriet  Preece. 
Born    July    31,    1857,    South    Cottonwood, 
Utah.      High    Priest ;    Sunday   School   Su- 
perintendent ;  Ward  Teacher. 


JARED  RILEY  PORTER 
Son  of  Jared  Porter  and  Cornelia  Staker. 
Born  Oct.  8,  1848,  Pottawattamle  County, 
Iowa. 


JOHN  WALTON  PRICE 
Father  of  Brigham  F.  Price,  Bishop  Mil) 
Creek  Ward,  Murray,  Utah. 


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259 


JEROME  NAPOLEON  REMINGTON 
orn  Feb.  27,  1819,  in  New  York.     Came 
1    Utah    in    1850.       Took    part    in    Echo 
inyon  trouble.     Seventy. 


LEVI   ROBERTS 

Born  Feb.  26,  1815,  Deerhurst,  Gloucester- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  Capt. 
Pearson  Independent  Company.  Member 
Mormon  Battalion. 


HENRY  ROBERTS 

Son  of  Leyi  Roberts  and  Harriet  Ann 
Hefford.  Born  June  16,  1836,  Deerhurst, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  with  father.  Indian 
War  Veteran.  Freighter. 


WALTON  ANTHONY  ROBERTS 
n   of   Henry   Roberts    and   Mary    Ellen 
irdrop.      Born   March    17,    1873,    Kays- 
le,    Utah.      Counselor    in    Bishopric    of 
ankburg  Ward,  Alta,  Canada. 


MARK  OWEN   ROBERTS 
Son    of   Henry   Roberts    and    Mary    Ellen 
Wardrop.     Born  Oct.  27,  1874. 


JAMES  ROBERTSON 

Born  Sept.  22,  1827,  Faulds,  Glenisla,  For- 
far,  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  1850.  High 
Priest.  Bishop's  Counselor. 


* 


PETER  ROBISON 
Apr"    27,    1817,    in    Pennsylvania. 
me  to  Utah  about  1850.     Presiding  El- 
t  Petersburg  Branch  of  Millard  Stake. 


JOSEPH    V.    ROBISON 
Fillmore,   Utah. 


JOSEPH  MILLABD  ROBISON 
Son  of  Peter  Robison  and  Selina  Chaffee. 
Born     March    29,    1852,    Fillmore,    Utah. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


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WESLEY  ROSE 
Came  to  Utah  In  1850. 


ARA  WILLIAM  SABIN 
Born  Aug.  4,  1822.     Came  to  Utah  in  Sep- 
tember,  1850,  Philo  Dibble  Company. 


ADAM   SHARP 

Born  Oct.  18,  ,  in  Scotland.     Came  i 

Utah   Dec.    18,   1850.      Elder.      Cattlema: 
Lived  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


JOHN  A.   SHARP 

Son  of  Adam  Sharp  and  Elizabeth  Cook. 
Born  June  27,  1850,  South  Platte,  Neb. 
Came  to  Utah  Dec.  18,  1850.  Seventy. 
Cattleman  and  Sheepraiser. 


PETER  SHIRTS 

Born  Aug.  6,  1800,  In  Pennsylvania.  Came 
to  Utah  Aug.  1,  1850,  Oxteam  Company. 
One  of  the  leaders  of  the  Nauvoo  Legion. 
Agriculturist. 


JOSEPH  M.  SIMMONS 
Father  of  the  wife  of  Oliver  Hodgson 
Salt  Lake  City.     Came  to  Utah  1850. 


THOMAS  SLEIGHT 

Born  Sept.  25,  1833,  Swlneshead,  Lincoln- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1860,  Capt. 
Walling  Company.  Lieutenant,  Captain 
Cavalry  in  Nauvoo  Legion. 


WARREN  SMITH 

Born  in  Tennessee.     Came  to  Utah  in  Sep- 
tember, 1850,  Warren  Smith  Company. 


BENJAMIN   MARK   SMITH 
Son  of  Warren  Smith  and  Lydia  Alexa 
der.      Born    in    1834    at    Nashville,    Tw 
Came  to  Utah,  Warren  Smith  Company 


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WARREN  BARNES  SMITH 
on  of  Warren  Smith  and  Amanda  Barnes. 
:orn    Dec.    20,     1844,    Nauvoo,    Hancock 
o.,    111.     Came    to    Utah    In    September, 
850.     Bishop  and  High  Councilor. 


WILLIAM  SMITH 

Born  Sept.  3,  1831,  Gibson  County,  Tenn. 
Came  to  Utah  1850,  Captain  Bennett 
Company.  Indian  Interpreter.  Farmer 
and  Blacksmith. 


JOHN  SNYDER 

Born  Feb.  11,  1800,  New  Brunswick,  Nova 
Scotia.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  Lorln  W. 
Babbitt  Company.  High  "Priest. 


JOHN  SNYDER,   JR. 
ion    of    John    Snyder    and    Mary    Heron, 
•orn  May  2,  1828,  Toronto,  Canada.  Came 
••>  Utah  in  1851. 


WILLIAM  NELSON  SPAFFORD 
Born  Jan.  23,  1827,  in  Canada.     Came  to 
Utah    in    1850.       Settled    at    Springville. 
Moved  to  Annabella,  Sevier  Co.     Mexican 
War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  N.   SPAFFORD 
Son  of  William  Nelson  Spaftord  and  Em- 
ma   M.    Johnson.       Born    May    26,     1859, 
Springville,     Utah.       Bishop's     Counselor. 
Game  Warden. 


WILLIS  K.  SPAFFORD 
on  of  William  Nelson  Spaftord  and  Em- 
ia  M.  Johnson.      Born   Springville,   Utah, 
fay  17,  1866.     Bishop's  Counselor.     Coal 
Dealer. 


Came 
Farmer   and 


HENRY  B.  STEVENS 
to    Utah    in    1850.       High    Priest. 


ENSIGN  ISRAEL  STOCKING 
Born    Sept.    6,    1837,    Springfield,    Mass. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.     High  Priest. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1850 


JEREMIAH  STOCKING 
Son  of  Ensign  Israel  Stocking  and  Eliza- 
beth Ellen  Arnold. 


OTIS  LYSANDER  TERRY 
Son   of   Otis   Terry   and    Syntha  Ruggles. 
Born    March    12,    1818,    Worcester.    Mass 
Came    to    Utah    in    October,    1850.      High 
Priest ;  President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.     Farmer 


OTIS   LYSANDER   TERRY,   JR. 
Born  Jan.   6,  1852,  Mill   Creek,   Salt  La 
Co.,     Utah.      Bishop     Timpanogos     Wat 
Utah   Stake. 


WILLIAM  A.  TAYLOR 
Born  May,  15,  1850,  Kanesville,  Iowa. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  5,  1850,  Capt.  Haw- 
kins Company.  First  Bishop  of  Farr 
West ;  Missionary.  Farmer 


WILLIAM  ANDREW  TAYLOR 
Son  of  William  Andrew  Taylor  and  Philo- 
mela  Lake.      Born  July  12,   1870,   Harris- 
ville,     Utah.       High    Councilor ;     Seventy 
Justice  of  Peace.     Farmer. 


ELANSON  TUTTLE 
Born  Sept.  18,  1807,  Matilda  Townshi 
Upper  Canada.  Came  to  Utah  in  Fall  < 
1850.  Block  Teacher;  Member  Mormc 
Battalion.  Sawmlller. 


PETER  VAN  ORDEN 
Born  Jan.  27,  1830,  Cayuga  County,  N   Y 
Came  to  Utah  in  1850.    Member  of  Nauvoo 
Legion ;   worked    on  Nauvoo   Temple  •   as- 
sisted in  bringing  immigrants  to  Utah 


CHARLES  L.   VAN  ORDEN 
Son  of  Everett   C.  Van  Orden  and   Eliza- 
beth  Harris.      Born  May  30,   1880,   Lewis- 
ton,  Utah.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  MADISON  WALL 
Born    Sept.    30,    1821,    in    North    Carolina 
Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1850.  Bishot 
Legislator.     Sheriff.     Seventy.  Missionan 


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HIRAM  ABIFF  WATSON 
'Born  Aug.  22,  1828,  at  New  York.     Came 
'to    Utah    in    1850,    company    enroute    to 
California.      Carpenter. 


HIRAM  ABIFF  WATSON,  JR. 
Son  of  Hiram  Abiff  Watson  and  Rebecca 
Hendricks.      Born   April    8,    1853,   at   Salt 
Lake  'City.      Lives    at    Smithfield,    Cache 
County,  Utah. 


HUGH  WATSON 

Son  of  Robert  Watson  and  Mary  Cowan. 
High  Priest 


JESSE  WEST 
iorn  March   30,   1827.     Came  to  Utah  in 
850.     Bishop's   Counselor,   6th   Ward,    40 
ears.     Indian  War  Veteran.     Builder  and 
Contractor. 


JESSE  WEST,  JR. 

Son  of  Jesse  West  and  Isabella  Wind- 
ley.  Born  Feb.  20,  1854,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Contractor  and  Builder. 


CARL  HENRY  WEST 
Son    of    Jesse    West,    Jr.,    and    Catherine 
Alice  Johnson.     Born  April  18,  1881,  Hyde 
Park,   Utah.     President  Deacons  Quorum. 
Printer  and  Farmer. 


ALEXANDER  WILKINS 

Relative    of    John    A.    Wilkins    of    Prove, 

tah. 


JOHN  GANSWORTH  WILKINS 
Born  1800  in  Saratoga  County,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  1850,  Captain  Cooley  Com- 
pany. First  Supervisor  Provo  City.  High 
Priest.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN  AUSTIN  WILKINS 
Son  "  of    John     Gansworth     Wilkins     and 
Nancy  Kennedy.     Born  May  24,   1850,   in 
Illinois.     Came  to  Utah  1851.     Watermas- 
ter,  Road  Supervisor,  Provo,  Utah. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1850 


OSCAR  WILKINS 

Son  of  John  G.  Wilkins,  who  came  to  Utah 
In  1850,  and  Nancy  Kennedy.  Born  May 
7,  1845.  High  Priest.  Miner. 


GEO.  E.  WILKINS 

Son  of  Oscar  Wilkins  and  Elizabeth  Dur- 
rah.  Born  Nov.  1,  1876,  Peoa,  Utah. 
Bishop  2nd  Ward  at  Vernal,  Utah.  Farmer. 


DAVID  WILSON 

Father  of  the  wife  of  John  T.  Ballantyn 
of  Riverdale,  Utah.     Came  to  Utah  1851 


JAMES  WILLIAMSON 
Born  Dec.   19,   1804,    Bufford,   Lancashire, 
Engr.     Came  to  Utah  in  1850. 


DENNIS  GEORGE  WINN 
Aug.     8,    1831,    Lincolnshire, 


Born 

Came  to  Utah  in  1853. 


Miller. 


ERNEST  WINN 

Ens.          Son    of    Dennis    George    Winn    and    Ali< 

Cunliffe.      Born   Aug.    6,    1877,    Bountifu 

Utah.      High   Priest.      Merchant. 


THOMAS  G.  WINN 

Born  Dec.  20,  1829,  Blakely,  Luzerne  Co., 
Pa.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  Missionary. 
Captain  of  Mlnutemen  of  Northen  Cache 
County.  City  Marshal. 


WILLIAM   L.    WINN 

Son  of  Thomas  G.  Winn  and  Elizabeth 
Nelson.  Born  Oct.  13,  1866,  Smithfield, 
Utah.  Missionary ;  Bishop  of  Smithfleld, 
2nd  Ward.  City  Councilman. 


SAMUEL  WORTHEN 
Born  Dec.  21,  1825,  Northwlck,  Cheshir 
Kng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  Stone  ai 
Brick  Mason. 


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JOSEPH  WRIGLEY 

:Born  Feb.  24,  1841,  Manchester,  Eng. 
'Came  to  Utah  in  1850,  St.  Louis  Company. 
High  Priest. 


JAMES  CRAWFORD 

Born  Feb.  8,  1827,  Lanarkshire,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9,  1851,  Abraham  Day 
Company.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Indian 
War  Veteran. 


JEDEDIAH  GRANT   CRAWFORD 
Son    of    James    Crawford    and    Catherine 
Thompson.      Born    March    2,    1857,    Kays- 
ville,    Utah.      Director    MantI    Publishing 
Company. 


JOHN  ELLIS  MAXFIELD 
|3orn  March  21,  1801,  Hull,  Yorkshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9,  1851,  Abraham  Day 
Company.     Worked  on  Salt  Lake  Temple, 
illgh  Priest. 


ELIJAH  H.  MAXFIELD 
Son    of    John    Ellis    Maxfleld    and    Sarah 
Elizabeth     Baker.     Born     Nov.     5,     1832, 
Prince     Edward     Island,     Canada.      Took 
part  in  Civil  War.     High  Priest. 


SHEPHERD  GLAZIER 
Born    Sept.    9,    1793,    Holland,    Worcester 
Co.,  Mass.    Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1851, 
James    Allred     Company.      High    Priest ; 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


CHARLES  D.  GLAZIER 
ton    of    Shepherd    Glazier    and    Rosetta 
)ean.     Born   Sept.   26,   1842,   in   Hancock 
.ounty,    111.      Came   to   Utah    in   October, 
851.     High  Priest ;  Missionary. 


LOREN  S.  GLAZIER 

Son  of  Shepherd  Glazier  and  Rosetta  Dean. 
Born  Dec.  26,  1845,  Nauvoo,  111.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  8,  1851.  High  Priest.  City 
Councilman. 


JAMES  FIELD 

Born  Feb.  17,  1830,  Rosbury,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  6,  1851,  Alfred  Cardon  Com- 
pany. Bishop's  Counselor. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1851 


THOMAS  HALL, 

Born  at  London,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah 
1851,  Alfred  Cardon  Company.  Elder. 
Policeman  at  Salt  Lake  City.  Farmer 
and  Fruit  Grower. 


SAMUEL   P.    HALL 

Son  of  Thomas  Hall  and  Ann  Hughes. 
Born  March  17,  1841,  Liverpool,  Eng. 
Farmer. 


WILLIAM  CRITCHLOW 
Born  July  8,  1809,  Tarantum,  Pa.  Cam 
to  Utah  Sept.  24,  1851.  School  Teachei 
Ogden,  Utah. 


BENJAMIN  C.  CRITCHLOW 
Son    of    William    Critchlow    and    Harriett 
Hawkins.     Born  Dec.  20,  1835,  Leechburg, 
Armstrong  Co.,  Pa.    Bishop  1st  Ward,  Og- 
den, Utah. 


BENJAMIN  P.  CRITCHLOW 
Son  of  Benjamin  C.  Critchlow  and  Martha 
Ann  Garner.     Born  Nov.   5,   1861,  Ogden, 
Utah.        High      Priest.      Manager     Ogden 
Branch  Con.  Wagon  &  Machine  Company. 


FREDERICK  B.  CRITCHLOW 
Son  of  Benjamin  P.  Critchlow  and  Georgi- 
ana  Fellows.     Born  Jan.  11,  1847. 


JOHN  Q.  CRITCHLOW 
Son  of  William  F.   Critchlow.      Organizer 
Utah    Implement    Company.      Utah    Dele- 
gate to  the  Panama-Pacific  Exposition. 


WILLIAM  J.  CRITCHLOW 
Son  of  William  F.  Critchlow,  O?den,  Utah. 
Real    Estate. 


JOHN  FULLER  CRITCHLOW 
Son  of  William  F.  Critchlow.    Peace  Officer 
and  Railroail  Man. 


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BERNARD  SNOW 

Son  of  Gary  and  Edna  Snow.  Came  to 
:Utah  1851,  Oxteam  Company.  Relative 
of  John  Dastrup,  Sigurd,  Utah. 


HENRY  L.  MARBLE 

Born  June  2,  1836,  Geauga  County,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1849,  Reddiek 
N.  Allred  Company.  Merchant ;  Farmer. 
Stockraiser. 


DANIEL  B.   MARBLE 

Born  July  20,  1868,  Brigham  City,  Utah. 
Bishop,  Deweyville,  Utah.  School  Trus- 
tee ;  Constable. 


DIMON  McPERSOX 
Born  June  15,  1809,  Newport,  N.  H.    Came 
.0  Utah   in    1855,    Isaac   Allred    Company. 
Tustice   of    the    Peace    and    Member    City 
'ouncil. 


ALONZO  D.  RHODES 
Born    Sept.     2,     1824,    Trumbull    County, 
Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  in  September,   1851, 
James  Allred  Company.     Indian  War  Vet. 


BENJAMIN  WALDRON 
Born  March  29,  1795,  Bellbroughton,  Eng. 
Came    to    Utah    in    1852.      Missionary    to 
Eastern  States.     Shoemaker  ;  Farmer. 


GILLISPIE  WALTER  WALDRON 
on  of  Benjamin  Waldron  and  Sally  La 
ain.     Born  Aug.   15,    1836,  Castile,  Wy 
ming  Co.,  N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  in  1851 
ames  Allred   Company. 


JOSEPH  THEODORE  WALDRON 
Son  of  Gillispie  Walter  Waldron  and  Ann 
Dewhurst.  Born  Sept.  10,  1859,  Center- 
ville,  Utah.  President  of  the  25th  Quo- 
rum Seventies. 


LEVI   SAVAGE  WALDRON 
Son    of    Benjamin    Waldron    and    Emiline 
Savage.      Born    July    7,    1850,    Pottawat- 
tamie,  Iowa.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


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ALFRED  CARDON 

Born  Feb.  28,  1817,  Liverpool,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1851,  own  company.  Bish- 
op. Brickmason  ;  Farmer. 


EDWIN  PARKER  CARDON 
Son  of  Alfred  Cardon  and  Emma  Parker. 
Born  Oct.   7,   1841,   Burslen,  Staffordshire, 
Eng.     Patriarch.     Farmer. 


JOHN  CARDON 

Father  of  the  wife  of  William  D.   Shaw 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853. 


JOHN  DAVID  CARDON 
Ogden,   Utah. 


J.  R.   CARDON 
Ogden,   Utah. 


JOHN  SAMPSON  HACKING 
Born  Sept.  16,  1835,  Preston,  Eng.  Cam< 
to  Utah  in  1851,  Capt.  Cardon  Company 
Blacksmith  ;  Farmer. 


JAMES  HACKING 

Son  of  John  S.  Hacking  and  Jane  Clark. 
Born  Dec.  23,  1856,  Cedar  Fort,  Utah. 
Member  Alpine  Stake  Presidency. 


JOHN  SAMPSON  HACKING,  JR. 
Son  of  John  Sampson  Hacking  and  Jane 
Clark.     Born  June   23,    1867. 


JOSEPH    P.    HACKING 
Son  of  John  S.  Hacking  and  Jane  Clarl 
Born    Feb.    5,    1874,    Cedar    Fort,    Utal 
Member  Bishopric  Maesar  Ward. 


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JOSEPH  SMITH  HALL 
on    of   Thomas   Hall    and    Ann    Hughes, 
lorn    Aug.     21,    1843,    Hawarden,    North 
yales.    Came  to  Utah  in  1851,  Alfred  Car- 
on  Company. 


JOSEPH  H.  HALL 

Son   of  Joseph   Smith   Hall   and   Margaret 
Hill.     Born  Nov.  28,  1869,  Wellsville,  Utah. 


GEORGE  WASHINGTON  JOHNSON 
Born   Feb.   19,   1823,   Pomphret,   Chautau 
qua   Co.,    N.    Y.      Came  to   Utah   Sept.    21, 
1851,     Alfred    Cardon    Company.      Bishop 
Physician. 


MILAS  EDGAR  JOHNSON 
n  of  George   Washington   Johnson   and 
aria  Jane  Johnston.     Born  July  31,  1851. 
ime  to  Utah  Sept.  21,  1851. 


JOHN  DANIEL  T.  MCALLISTER 
Born  Feb.  19,  1827,  Lewes,  Del.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1851,  Alfred  Cardon  Co. 
Stake  President,  Chief  Police,  Fire  De- 
partment and  held  many  Civic  and  Ec- 
clesiastic Positions. 


MORONI  H.  MCALLISTER 

Son  of  John  Daniel  Thompson  McAllister 
and  Ellen  Handley.  Born  July  28,  1848, 
Philadelphia,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  with 
father. 


JOHN   DANIEL   H.   MCALLISTER 
a  of  John  Daniel  Thompson  McAllister 
a   Ellen   Handley.      Born   Jan.    9,    1851, 
nesville,    Iowa.      High    Priest.     Sheep- 
.n ;  Surveyor. 


DANIEL  HANDLEY  MCALLISTER 
Son  of  John   Daniel  Thompson  McAllister 
and  Ellen  Handley. 


RICHARD  GOFORTH  MCALLISTER 
Son   of   John    D.    T.    McAllister   and    An- 
gelina Sophronia  Goforth. 


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JAMES   GOFORTH    MCALLISTER 
Son  of  John  Daniel  Thompson  McAllister 
and    Angeline    Sophronia    Goforth.      Born 
Dec.  22,  1860,  Salt  Lake  City.  Stockraiser ; 
Banker. 


JAMES  GOFORTH   MCALLISTER,  JR. 
Son    of    James    Goforth    McAllister    and 
Emily  Marinda  Chase.    Born  June  1,  1892, 
at  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM  WALLACE  McALLISTEE 
Son  of  John  Daniel  Thompson  McAllist 
and  Angeline  Sophronia  Goforth.  Bo: 
in  July,  1872. 


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JAMES    BOYER   SHELLEY 
Born  Jan.  7,  1792.    Came  to  Utah  in  1851, 
Alfred     Cardon     Company.     High     Priest. 
Farmer. 


THOMAS  SHELLEY 

Son  of  James  B.  Shelley.  Born  April  7, 
1822,  Claverley,  Shropshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  3,  1852.  High  Priest. 
Farmer. 


JAMES  SHELLEY 
Son  of  James  B.  Shelley  and  Elizabe 
Bourbon.  Born  May  14,  1828,  Claverle 
Shropshire,  Eng.  Seventy.  Shoen 


ALLEN  JOSEPH  STOUT 
Born    Dec.     5,    1815,    Mercer,    Kentucky. 
Came    to    Utah    in    1851,    Alfred    Cardon 
Company.      Bodyguard    of    Joseph    Smith 
and   Brigham  Young.     Seventy. 


ALFRED  FISK   STOUT 
Son   of   Allen    J.    Stout    and   Amanda   M. 
Flsk.      Born   March   9,    1851,   Kaynesville, 
Iowa.      Elder.      School    Trustee.      Deputy 
Constable.     Lumberman. 


DAVID  THORNE 
Born  in  1800,  Kensal  Green,  Eng.  Came  i 
Utah  in  October,  1851,  Capt.  Cardon  Con 
pany.  High  Priest ;  Teacher.  Farmer. 


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MARTIN  BUSHMAN 
}rn  April  1,  1802,  Lancaster  County,  Pa. 
ime    to    Utah    in    October,    1851,    Capt. 
!elsey  Company.     High   Priest. 


JACOB  BUSHMAN 

Son  of  Martin  Bushman  and  Elizabeth 
Degen.  Born  July  27,  1830,  Lancaster 
County,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  in  October, 
1851.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Farmer. 


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MARTIN    BENJAMIN    BUSHMAN 
Son    of    Martin    Bushman    and    Elizabeth 
Degen.       Born    Feb.    5,    1841,    Lancaster 
County,   Pa.     High  Priest.     City  Council- 
man. 


JOHN  BUSHMAN 

3  of  Martin  Bushman  and  Elizabeth 
I;en.  Born  June  7,  1843,  Nauvoo,  111. 
f  hop  St.  Joseph,  Arizona,  Ward.  Black 
tn-k  Indian  War  Veteran. 


HOMER  FREDERICK  BUSHMAN 
Son  of  John  Bushman  and  Lois  A.  Smith. 
Born  Aug.   6,  1868,  Lehi,  Utah.     Superin- 
tendent  Religion   Class    Snowfiake    Stake. 
Farmer. 


HOMER  FREDERICK  BUSHMAN,  JR. 
Son    of    Homer    Frederick    Bushman    and 
Sariah  A.  Smith.     Born  Oct.  30,  1891. 


EASTON    KELSEY 
Utah  in  1851,  captain  of  his  own 


IRA  OVIATT 

Born  Dec.  8,  1804,  Rensselaer  County,  N. 
Y.  Came  to  Utah  Oct,  5,  1851,  Capt. 
Kelsey  Company. 


HENRY  HERMAN  OVIATT 
Son    of    Ira    Oviatt    and    Ruth    Bennett. 
Born  June  17,  1832.     Came  to  Utah  Oct. 
5,  1851. 


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ADELBERT   OVIATT 

Son  of  Henry  Herman  Oviatt  and  Sallie 
Ray  Whitlock.  Born  Sept.  7,  1859, 
Ephraim,  Utah. 


CULBKKT   KING 

Born  Jan.  31,  1836,  Onondaga  County,  N. 
Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  1851,  Vincent  Shurt- 
liff  Company.  Bishop. 


CULBERT  LEVI  KING 
Son  of  Culbert  King  and  Eliza  Esther  I 
Cullough.  Born  June  11,  1856,  Fillnw 
Utah.  Bishop. 


THOMAS    CALLISTER   KING 
Son   of  Culbert   King  and    Elizabeth  Ann 
Callister.     Born  May  26,  1866,  Petersburg, 
Millard  County,  Utah. 


THOMAS  RICE  KING 
Born    March    9,    1813,    Marcellus,    Onon- 
daga  County,  N.  T.    Came  to  Utah  in  1851, 
Vincent  Shurtliff  Company.     Member  Mil- 
lard  Stake  Presidency. 


THOMAS  EDWIN  KIXG 
Son    of   Thomas    Rice    King   and   Mali 
Robison.     Born  April   19,  1839.     Came 
Utah  with  father.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  KING 
Son  of  William  King,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1851,  and  Josephine  Henry.     Born  June 
3,  1863,  Fillmore,  Utah.    Attomey-at-Law. 


JOHN   RICHARDS 

Born  May  16,  1806,  Quebec,  Canada.  Came 
to  Utah  in  September,  1851,  Lyman  Shurt- 
liff  Company.  Assisted  in  building  the 
Nauvoo  Temple. 


JOSEPH  HILL  RICHARDS 
Son  of  John  Richards  and  Agnes  I 
Born  Dec.  6,  1841,  Toronto,  Canada.  B 
op.  Captain  of  the  Militia. 


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Jl  ..-!•: PH  PARLEY  RICHARDS 
M  of   Joseph    Hill    Richards   and    Mary 
Hi,..     Born  April   24,   1869. 


ALEXANDER  WILLARD  H.  RICHARDS 
Son  of  John  Richards  and  Agnes  Hill. 
Born  Nov.  10,  1851,  Mill  Creek,  Utah. 
City  Councilman.  School  Trustee. 


LUMAN  ANDRUS   SHURTLIFF 
Born  March  13,  1807,  Montgomery,  Hamp- 
den    Co.,   Mass.      Came   to   Utah    Sept.    27, 
1851,  Luman  A.  Shurtliff  Company.    Mem- 
ber State  Legislature. 


I.10WIS  WARREN    SHURTLIFF 
Si  of  Luman  Andrus  Shurtliff  and  Eunice 
%gs  Gaylord.     Born  July  24,  1835,  Sul- 
l;m,  Ashland  Co.,  Ohio.     Came  to  Utah 
.Hit.  27,  1851. 


FRANCIS  MARION  SHURTLIFF 
Son  of  Luman  Andrus  Shurtliff  and  Alta- 
mira  Gaylord.     Born  Jan.  23,  1851,  Spring- 
ville,  Iowa.     Lived  at  Logan,  Utah. 


JESSE  W.   SHURTLIFF 
Grandson  of  Luman  Andrus  Shurtliff  and 
Eunice   Baggs  Gaylord. 


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THOMAS  ASHTON 
j-n  Nov.  7,  1813,  Parr,  Lancashire,  Eng. 
rne    to    Utah    Sept.     27,     1851,     Morris 
>lps    Company. 


WILLIAM  CAZIER 

Born  Jan.  21,  1794,  in  Virginia.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1851,  Captain  Phelps  Company. 
Patriarch  and  Farmer. 


CHARLES  DRAKE  CAZIER 
Son     of    William     Cazier     and     Pleasant 
Drake.     Born  in  1837,  Oldham,  Ky. 


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CHARLES   GATES   CAZIER 
Son  of  Charles  Drake  Cazier  and  Harriet 
Gates.      Born  May  6,   1859,   Payson,  Utah. 


BENJAMIN    CAZIER 

Son     of     William     Cazier     and     Pleasant 
Drake. 


THOMAS  DOMVILLE 
Born  March  6,  1794.  Came  to  Utah  CK 
1851,  Capt.  Phelps  Company.  As^is 
Sunday  School  Superintendeni  1', 
Teacher;  High  Priest.  Carpenter. 


JAMES   HOLMES 

Came    to    Utah    in    1851,    Morris    Phelps 
Company. 


EDWARD  MECHAM 

Born  Feb.  22,  1802,  in  New  Hampshire. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1851,  Morris  Phelps 
Company.  Seventy. 


AMASA  LYMAN  MECHAM 
Son  of  Edward  Mecham  and  Irena  Cur 
Born  March  30,   1845,  Nauvoo,  111      C 
to    Utah     in     1851.       Bishop's     Couns 
Fruit  Grower. 


EPHRAIM  MECHAM 

Born  March  6,  1808,  Canaan,  Grafton  Co., 
£.  I  Came  to  Utah  in  1852,  Oxteam 
Company.  Farmer  and  Horticulturist 


LEWIS    MECHAM,    JR. 
Son   of   Lewis   Mecliam   and    Lydia   Wells 
Born  March  28,  1854,  Provo,  Utah.     Elder. 
Ward  and  School  Teacher.      Farmer. 


WILLIAM  WHITMER  MECliA.V 
Son  of  Lewis  Mecham,  Jr.,  and  A 
Jane  Hoover.  Born  Dec.  4,  1883,  Pr 
Utah.  Deacon.  Farmer. 


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FREDERICK  ANDRUS  MILLER 
Born  March  24,  1838.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
27,    1851,   Morris  Phelps  Company.      Bish- 
op's Counselor,  Harrisville,  Utah. 


FREDERICK   S.    MILLER 
Son     of     Frederick     Andrus     Miller     and 
Geneva    Shaw.      Born   July    28,    1871,    Og- 
den,   Utah. 


A  XI  ilUC \V    HTNTKU   SCOTT 
A iiu:.  21,  1815,  Middleton,  Bucks  Co., 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,   1851.  Morris 
Mirlps   Company.      Bishop.      Mayor  of 


GEORGE  COMB  SCOTT 
Son    of   Andrew    Hunter   Scott   and    Sarah 
Lee   Sleeper.     Born  July  8,   1840,  Vincent, 
N.  J.     Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1851, 
Capt.  Phelps  Company. 


GEORGE  COMB  SCOTT,  JR. 
Son   of   George   Comb   Scott   and    Cornelia 
IClmina    Kennedy.      Born    Feb.    12        1866, 
Provo,  Utah.     Constable  of  Prove.  Farmer. 


SIR  WALTER  SCOTT 
i  of  Andrews  Hunter  Scott  and   Sarah 
n   Roe.      Born   March    17,    1853,    Provo, 
in.     Farmer. 


CANBY    SCOTT 

Son  of  Andrew  Hunter  Scott  and  Sarah 
Ann  Roe.  Born  Oct.  28,  1860,  Provo, 
Utah.  City  Councilman  of  Provo.  Farmer. 


JOHN  JAMES  ELLETT 
Born   Dec.  29,   1820,  London,   Eng.     Came 
to   Utah   in   1851,    Orson   Pratt   Company. 
High  Priest. 


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WILLIAM  M.    EVANS 

Born  March  12,  1825,  Liverpool,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1851,  Orson  Pratt 
Company.  Indian  War  Veteran ;  High 
Councilor. 


SAMUEL  HAMER 

Born  Aug.  31,  1831,  Bolton,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  October,  1851,  Orson  Pratt 
Company.  Bishop's  Counselor. 


THOMAS  ROBERTS  HIGHAM 
Born  July  27,   1821,  Eydon,  Northamp 
shire,    Eng.      Came   to   Utah   Oct.    7,  1 
Orson   Pratt  Company.      High   Priest ; 
dian  War  Veteran. 


AMBROSE   S.    HIGHAM 
Son  of  Thomas  Roberts  Hlgham  and  Annie 
Stewart.      Born    March    3,    1873,    at    Salt 
Lake  City,     Master  Plumber.     Seventy. 


FREDERICK  KESLER 
Born    in    1816,    Meadville,    Pa.      Came   to 
Utah  Oct.   1,  1851,  Orson   Pratt  Company. 
Bishop  of  Salt  Lake  City  Ward. 


JOSEPH  KESLER 
Son  of  Frederick  Kesler  and  Emeline  J 
ker.     Born  Jan.  11,  1845,  in  Iowa. 


ALONZO  PRATT  KESLER 
Son  of  Frederick   Kesler  and   Jane  Eliza- 
beth  Pratt.      Born  Jan.   29,    1868.     Assist- 
ant Postmaster  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLSON  GATES  NOWERS 
Born  March  8,  1828,  Dover,  Kent  Co.,  Ens- 
land.      Came  to  Utah   Oct.   1,   1851,   Orson 
Pratt    Oxteam    Company.      Member    High 
Council  of  Beaver. 


JOHN  STEPHENS  . 
Born  March  3,  1811,  Rowan  County,  K 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  14,   1851,   Orson  P  ; 
Company.      Built  first  reservoir  in  W' 
County.     High  Priest.  . 


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SOLOMON  C.   STEPHENS 
,m   of   John    P.    Stephens    and    Elizabeth 
Tiggs.      Born    Sept.    1,    1850,    Kanesville, 
•wa.     High  Priest. 


JOHN*  C.   STEPHENS 
Son     of     John     Stephens     and     Elizabeth 
Briggs. 


JAMES  ALLRED 
Came  to  Utah  in  1851.     Farmer. 


WILEY  PAYNE  ALLRED 
In  of  James  Allred  and   Elizabeth  War- 
!i.      Born    May    31,     1818,    Farmington, 
nn.    Came  to  Utah  in  1851.     Bishop. 


ISAAC   ALLRED 

Son  of  Wiley  Payne  Allred  and  Johannah 
Olsen.  Born  Sept.  7,  1870,  Fountain 
Green,  Utah.  Farmer. 


SILAS  LAFAYETTE  ALLRED 
Son  of  Lafayette  Allred  and  Marinda  M. 
Knapp.     Born  in  1848,  at  Council  Bluffs, 
Iowa.     Came  to  Utah  in  1851.     Elder. 


EUGENE  SCOTT  ALLRED 
•h  of  Silas  Lafayette  Allred  and   Sarah 
»Jisa  Turner.     Born  Oct.  27,  1875,  Prove, 
»ih.    Elder.    Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


IRA  AMES 

Born  Sept.  22,  1804,  Benninffton  County, 
Vt.  Came  to  Utah  in  1851.  Seventy.  Mer- 
chant and  Farmer. 


MILTON  THOMAS  ANDERSON 
Son  of  James  P.  Anderson,   who  came  to 
Utah     Oct.     6,     1851,    and     Eliza    Morton. 
Born  Oct.  15,  1861,  Beaver,  Utah. 


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NELSON  ARAVE 

Born    Dec.    20,    1834,    in    Canada.      Came 
to  Utah  in  1851.     Ward  Teacher. 


DAVID  E.  ARAVE 

Son  of  Nelson  Arave  and  Aroline  Wads- 
worth.  Born  Dec.  23,  1861,  Uinta,  Utah. 
Sunday  School  Superintendent ;  Bishop ; 
Ward  Teacher. 


JAMES  WATSON  BAILEY 
Born  Aug.  2,  1850.     Came  to  Utah  in  July, 
1851.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


BENJAMIN  WALTER  BAKER 
Born  Aug.    30,   1830,  London,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah   Sept.   28,   1851,  with  John  Brown 
Company. 


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WILLIAM  GEORGE  BAKER 
Born  June  10,   1835,  London,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  28,  1851,  John  Brown  Inde- 
pendent Company.     Attorney  at  Law. 


XELSON   BAKER 

Son  of  William  George  Baker  and  Nicolina 
Marie  Bertelsen.  Born  Oct.  9,  1871,  Nephi, 
Utah.  Mechanical  Engineer. 


ABIAH    WADSWORTH 
Father  of   mother   of   David    E.    Arave 
Shelley,    Idaho.      Came    to    Utah    Sept 
1851,  Abraham   Day  Company. 


BENJAMIN  CHARLES  BAKER 
Son  of  Benjamin  Walter  Baker  and  & 
Ann  Woodford.  Born  Nov.  5,  1852,  SI 
ville,  Utah.  Counselor  to  President  Ti 
M.  I.  A. 


ORMUS  E.  BATES 
Born  March  25,  1815,  in  Wisconsin.  Can 
to  Utah  September,  1851,  WiHiam  B.  Cu 
mings  Company.  Miner ;  Farmer  fit 
Stockraiser. 


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ALFRED  BELL, 

B-n   in   1796,   Shelby  County,   111.      Came 
t  L'tah  in  1851.     Judge  at  Lehi. 


WILLIAM  MILTON  BELL 
Son    of    Alfred    Bell    and    Martha    Louisa 
Montgomery.     Born  July  22,  1833,  Shelby- 
ville,   111.      Carpenter. 


ELI  J.    BELL 

Son  of  William  Milton  Bell  and  Martha 
Kristine  Benson.  Born  March  25,  1866, 
Lehi,  Utah.  Farmer  and  Carpenter. 


ALFRED  BEST 

tin  June  17,  1829,  Toddington,  Eng. 
le  to  Utah  in  1851.  Missionary  to 
land ;  High  Priest.  Merchant.  Lived 

Halt  Lake  City. 


EZRA  O.  BEST 

Son  of  Alfred  Best  and  Margaret  Oakley. 
Born  Dec.  29,  1860,  at  Salt  Lake  City. 
Contractor.  •  Resides  Salt  Lake  City. 


HENRY  BOOTHE 

Born  Sept.  26,  1802,  Edgecomb  County, 
N.  C.  Came  to  Utah  in  1851,  Captain 
Smith  Company. 


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LEWIS  N.  BOOTHE 
of  Henry  Boothe  and  Susannah  Lys- 
Born    Dec.    3,    1832,    Wilcox    County, 
ama.     Bishop's  counselor.     Freighter. 


WILLIS    HENKY    BOOTHE 
Son   of   Henry   Boothe  and    Susannah  Ly- 
ster.      Born    Feb.    3,    1834.      Farmer    and 
Stockraiser. 


MORRIS  ARTEMUS  BOOTHE 
Son  of  Willis  Henry  Boothe  and  Susannah 
fierce.      Born  Feb.   26,  1872.     Hotelkeeper 
Brigham  City,  Utah. 


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WILLIAM  JASPER  BOREN 
Born    at    Peoria,    111.      Came    to    Utah 


1851.      Bishop's    Counselor. 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


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Black   Hawk 


WILLIAM  JASPER  BOREN,   JR. 


Son  of  William  Jasper  Boren  and  Lucina 
Mecham.  Born  April  11,  1860,  Provo,  Utah 
Bishop's  Counselor.  Farmer  ;  Stockraiser. 


RICHARD  BRITTON 
Born  Jan.  23,  1814.    Came  to  Utah  in  1> 
Capt.     Howell     Company.       High    Pri 
Walker  Indian  War  Veteran.     Jeweler. 


LEWIS   BRUXS.ON 

Born  Jan.  27,  1831,  Mantua,  Portage  Co 
Ohio.      Came    to    Utah    September,    1851, 
Roswell  Stevens  Company.   Bishop  of  Fill- 
more. 


PETER  LORENZO  BRUNSON 
Son  of  Lewis  Brunson  and  Amanda  Louisa 
Park.  Born  July  20,  1866,  Fillmore,  Utah 
Councilor  in  Presidency  of  Millard  Stake. 


DAVID  BULLOCH 
Born  Sept.  10,  1844,  Glasgow,  Scotia 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1851,  S« 
Independent  Company.  City  Councilir 
Early  Freighter. 


DAVID  COTTLE  BULLOCH 
Son  of  David  Bulloch,  who  came  to  Utah 
September,  1851,  and  Alice  Bladen.     Born 
July  10,   1872,  Cedar  City,  Utah 


WARREN  BULLOCH 

Son  of  David  Bulloch  and  Sarah  Ann  Hig- 
bee.    Born  June  7,  18S4. 


ROBERT  WALTON  BURTON 
Born   April    29,    1826,   Arsgall,   Yorksh 
Eng.      Came    to    Utah    September,    18 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran.    Shei> 


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CHARLES   H.   BURTON 
•  Son  of  Robert  Walton    Burton   and   Mary 
Ann  Mathews.     Born  Dec.   9,  1872,  Kays- 
ville,   Utah. 


WILLIAM  H.   CARSON 
Born    Jan.    8,    1818,    Wayne    County,    Pa. 
Came    to    Utah    in    1851,    Capt.    Harrison 
Company. 


GEORGE  W.  CARSON 
Son  of  William  H.  Carson  and  Crilla  Eg- 
bert.    Born  May  4,  1844,  Hancock  County, 
111. 


DOMINICUS  CARTER 
A  native  of  Maine.    Came  to  Utah  in  1851, 
Captain  Homer  Company. 


JOHN  CHATTERLEY 

Son  of  Joseph  Chatterley,  who  came  to 
Utah  Sept.  25,  1851,  John  Brown  Company, 
and  Nancy  Morton.  Born  July  4,  1835, 
Manchester,  Eng.  Mayor ;  Postmaster. 


JOHN  C.  CHILD 

Son  of  John  L.  Child  and  Eliza  J.  Curtis. 
Born  March  3,  1852,  Council  Bluffs,  Iowa. 
Bishop's  Counselor.  Member  Legislature. 


MYRON  BARBER  CHILD 
Son   of  Alfred  Bosworth   Child  and  Polly 
Barber.      Born   Nov.    24.    1825,    Hammond, 
bt.   Lawrence  Co.,   N.   Y.     Came  to  Utah 
Dct.  6,  1851. 


WILLIAM  W.   CHILD 

Son  of  Myron  Barber  Child  and  Emeline 
Elmer.  Born  Feb.  26,  1848,  Lee  County, 
towa.  Bishop  Hooper  Ward. 


WARREN  GOULD  CHILD 
Son   of  Alfred   Bosworth   Child   and   Polly 
Barber.      Born    Feb.    21,    1835,    Greenfield, 
Saratoga  Co.,  N.  Y.    Assisted  immigration. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 1851 


AUSTIN  WILDER  CHILD 
Son  of  Warren   Gould   Child   and   Hannah 
A.    Wilder.      Born    Feb.    11,    1854,    Ogden, 
Utah. 


WARREN  GOULD  CHILD,  JR. 
Son  of  Warren  Gould  Child  and   Hannah 
A.  Wilder.      Born  Aug.    15,   1856,   50  miles 
east    Chimney    Rock,    Neb. 


JOHN  MATTHEW  CLARK 
Son  of  John  Norman  Clark,  who  came  tc 
Utah   Sept.    28,    1851,   Parry  Walton  Com- 
pany,  and    Eliza   Branch    Sandifur.      Borr 
Aug.  28,  1835,  Patrick  County,  Va. 


CHARLES  COLEBROQK 
Born  March  17,  1816,  Midhurst,  Sussex, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1851.  Bookkeeper 
at  Tithing  Office. 


CHARLES  COLEBROOK,  JR. 
Son  of  Charles  Colebrook  and  Virtue  Ann 
Bowthorpe.     Born  Dec.  20,  1854,  Salt  Lake 
City.     Bishop's  Counselor.     School  Trustee. 


ROBERT  CROOKSTON 
Born  Sept.  21,  1821,  Anstruther,  Fifeshir 
Scotland.     Came  to  Utah  September,  185 
Capt.    Betz    Independent   Company.      Hig 

Priest. 


NICHOLAS  WHLCH   CROOKSTON 
Son  of  Robert  Orookston  and  Ann  Welch. 
Born  Oct.  22.  1857,  Salt  Lake  City.    Bishop 
Greenville  Ward,  Sheriff  Cache  County. 


JAMES   M.   DALTON 

Born  Oct.  31,  1851,  Ogden,  Utah.  Elder. 
Member  School  Board  three  terms  ;  Mayor 
two  terms.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


EDWARD  HATHAWAY  DAVENPORT 
Born  Sept.  20,  1822,  Rhode  Island.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1851. 


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IEREMIAH  FRANKLIN  DAVENPORT 
?on  of  Edward  Hathaway  Davenport  and 
plarissa  Crapo.  Born  June  17,  1853,  Salt 
^ake  City.  Took  part  in  Indian  wars. 


FRANKLIN  REMINGTON  DAVENPORT 
Son  of  Jeremiah  Franklin  Davenport  and 
Helen  Badger  Remington.  Born  July  15, 
1878,  Paradise,  Utah.  Seventy. 


HEBER  HYDER  DAVIS 
Son  of  Edward  William  Davis,  who  came 
to  Utah  Oct.  15,  1851,  and  Sarah  Elizabeth 
Hyder.   '  Born    Nov.    16,    1854,    Salt    Lake 
City.     Real  Estate  and  Contractor. 


JOHN  N.   DAVIS 

'on  of  Edward  William  Davis,  who  came 
1 1  Utah  Oct.  15,  1851,  and  Jemima 
pightlngale.  Born  Oct.  19,  1864,  Salt 
.ake  City.  Bishop  Vernal  Ward. 


NATHAN   DAVIS 

Born  in  1814,  Rochester,  Columbiana  Co., 
Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  in  1851.  Bishop  17th 
Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


ALBERT  W.   DAVIS 

Son  of  Nathan  Davis  and  Sarah  W.  Wool- 
ley.  Born  April  25,  1841,  Rochester,  Ohio. 
Bishop  Center  Ward.  City  Councilman. 


JOHN  TUCKER  DAVIS 


orn  March  3,  1806,  Genford,  Pembroke- 
lire,  South  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in  1851. 
igh  Priest. 


WILLIAM  WILKINSON   DIXON 
Born  Nov.  14,  1818,  Cumberlandshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1851.     High  Priest. 


HENRY  DIXON 

Son  of  William  W.  Dixon  and  Sabra  Lake. 
Born  June  1,  1843,  Scott  County,  111.  High 
Priest.  Farmer. 


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ERNEST  E.   DIXON 

Son  of  Henry  Dixon  and  Amelia  Jane 
Garner.  Born  April  30,  1882,  Clifton,  Ida- 
ho. Bishop's  Counselor. 


ALFRED  DIXON 

Son  of  William  W.  Dixon,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1851,  and  Sabra  Lake.  Born  Jan. 
3,  1869,  Harrisville,  Utah.  High  Councilor. 


WILLIAM  G.   DUNN 
Born    Feb.    16,    1812,    Staffordshire,    Enu. 
Came  to  Utah  June  5,  1851,  Freight  Com- 
pany. 


JAMES  DUNN 

Son  of  William  G.  Dunn  and  Elizabeth 
Howells.  Born  June  2,  1841,  Manchester, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  September,  1853, 
Abraham  O.  Smoot  Company. 


JAMES  FIELDING  DUNN 
Son  of  James  Dunn  and  Hannah  Fielding. 
Born  Oct.   1,   1861,  American  Fork,  Utah. 
Seventy. 


THOMAS  WITTON  ELLERBECK 
Born  May  14,  1829,  Pendleton,  near  Man- 
chester, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  7,  1851. 


WILLIAM   LEON  ELLERBECK 
Son  of  Thomas  Witton  Ellerbeck  and  Em- 
ma Spence.     Born  Sept.  7,  1874,  Salt  Lake 
City.     Managing  Director  Nephi  Plaster  & 
Mfg.  Co.     Doctor  Dental  Surgery. 


JOHN  ELLIS 

Born  Jan.  4,  1814,  Scarborough,  near  To- 
ronto, Can.  Came  to  Utah  in  1851,  Horton 
D.  Haight  Company.  Carpenter. 


STEPHEN  HALES  ELLIS 
Son  of  John  Ellis  and  Harriet  Hales.   Borr 
Oct.   18,   1846,   Ft.    Madison,   Iowa.     BlacV 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


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STEPHEN    JIARTINDALE    FARNS- 

WORTH 

Jorn  Oct.  9,  1809,  Vermont.   Came  to  Utah 
n  1851,  Captain  Higby  Company. 


ALONZO  LAFAYETTE  FARNSWORTH 
Son  of  Stephen  Martindale  Farnsworth 
and  Julia  Ann  Clark.  Born  Oct.  22,  1841, 
South  Bend,  Ind.  Bishop. 


AMOS  FAIRBANKS 
Born  Jan.  4,  1802.  Madrid,  N.  T. 
Utah  October,  1851. 


Came  to 


THOMAS  FENTON 

(;<>rn  April  7,  1821,   Sheffield,  Eng.     Came 
:o  Utah  In   1851.     High  Priest. 


JOHN  WILSON  FENTON 
Son   of  Thomas   Fenton   and   Annie  Maria 
Wilson.      Born    March    3,    1873,   Salt   Lake 
City.      Elder.      Bricklayer. 


JOSEPH   JACKSON  FENTON 
Son  of  Thomas   Fenton   and   Annie  Maria 
Wilson.    Born  June  7,  1875,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


EDWIN  FRANCIS  FLETCHER 

1840,  Westford,  Mass.  Came  to  Utah 
Oct.  6,  1851.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War 
\  eteran. 


EDWIN   FLETCHER 

Son  of  Edwin  Francis  Fletcher  and  Eliza 
Duncombe.  Born  July  30,  1875,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Carpenter. 


GEORGE  W.  GEE 

Born  Oct.  9,  1841,  Lee  County,  Iowa.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  28,  1851,  James  Brown  Com- 
pany. President  54th  Quorum  Seventies. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 1851 


WILLIAM   SAMUEL  GODBE 
Born  June  26,   1833,   London,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  1851,   Independent  Company. 


ANTHONY  HAMPTON  GODBE 
Son   of  William   Samuel   Godbe  and   Mary 
Hampton.      Born  Nov.  22,  1862,  Salt  Lake 
City.      Mining. 


ERNEST  LACY  GODBE 
Son  of  William   Samuel   Godbe  and  Man 
Hampton.     Born  Sept.  13,  1867,  Salt  Lak< 
City.      Mining. 


MURRAY  CHARLES  GODBE 
Son  of  William   Samuel    Godbe  and  Mary 
Hampton.     Born  Sept.  20,  1870,  Salt  Lake 
City.     Civil   Engineer. 


ISAAC   GRACE 

Born  April  17,  1820,  Liverpool,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1851.  Member  49th  Quorum 
Seventies.  Shipbuilder ;  Farmer. 


ISAAC  HENRY  GRACE 
Son  of  Isaac  Grace  and  Elizabeth  William' 
Born  Aug.  9,  1857,  Nephi,  Utah.  Mayor  o 
Nephi.  High  Councilor.  Farmer. 


HEXHY  GROW 

Born  Oct.  1,  1817,  Xorristown,  Pa.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1851,  James  Cummins* 
Company.  Architect. 


WILLIAM   M.   GROW 

Son  of  Henry  Grow  and  Mary  Moyer. 
Born  May  30,  1842,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Farmer.  Lives  at  Ammon,  Idaho. 


JOHN  W.  GROW 

Son  of  Henry  Grow  and  Mary  Moyer.  Bor 
Dec.  21,  1848,  Platte  County,  Mo.  Memlx 
Bishopric  of  Huntsville,  Utah. 


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SYLVESTER  VEACH  GROW 
Son  of  Henry  Grow   and  Julia  M.  Veach. 
I  Born  Aug.  29,  1861,  Salt  Lake  City.    Mem- 
ber State  Legislature.    Farmer  ;  Sheepman. 


WILLARD  HAMER 

Son    of    Samuel    Hamer    and    Ann   Albion. 
Lawyer. 


GEORGE   F.   HAM  SON 
Came  to  Utah  July  18,   1851. 


SOREN  HANSON 

Born    Feb.    16,    1817,    Garslev,    Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  1863,  Capt.  Young  Company. 


DWIGHT  HARDING 

Born  April  27,  1807,  Sturbridse,  Worcester 
Co.,  Mass.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  16,  1851, 
John  G.  Smith  Company.  Member  first 
State  Legislature. 


GEORGE  HARDING 

Born  Dec.  18,  1833,  Weathersfield,  N.  Y. 
President  Z.  C.  M.  I.,  Willard,  Utah.  Farm- 
er and  Stockraiser. 


JAMES  HOLT  HASLAM 
Born   Sept.   1'6,    1825,    Bolton,   Eng.      Came 
to    Utah    Sept.    17,    1851,    Philip    Morgan 
Company. 


RICHARD  R.   HASLAM 
Son  of  James  Holt  Haslam  and  Ann  Red- 
ford.     Born  Feb.  2,  1880,  Wellsville,  Utah. 


JAMES   HARVEY   HEATH 
Born  March  16,  1814,  Louisiana.     Came  to 
Utah  in  1851. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1851 


ALEXANDER  HERRON 
Born    April    5,    1832,    Scotland.      Came    to 
Utah  September,  1851. 


JOSEPH  HILL 

Born  March  17,  1806.  Came  to  Utah  1851, 
Capt.  Calclwell  Company.  Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


JOSEPH   HILL,  JR. 

Son  of  Joseph  Hill  and  Ann  Marsden.  Born 
about  1841,  Gloucestershire,  Eng.  Elder. 
Took  part  in  Echo  Canyon  Trouble.  Stock- 
raiser. 


SAMUEL  HOOD  HILL 

Born  Dec.   23,   1840,  Toronto,  Can.      Came 
to  Utah  in  1851.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN'   WH1TMER  HOOVER 
Born  Nov.   13,  1834.     Came  to  Utah  1851, 
Capt.   Horner  Company.     Miller. 


JOHN  WHITMER  HOOVER,  JR. 
Son  of  John  Whitmer  Hoover,  who  came  t 
Utah  in  1851,  and  Mary  Elizabeth  Course 
Born  Dec.  2,  1857,  Springville,  Utah.    Eldei 
Citv  Councilman.     Miller. 


JOSEPH   HUNTER 

Son  of  "William  Hunter,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1851,  and  Mary  Sandon.  Born  Aug.  20, 
1818,  Rekyrow,  Clackmannan,  Scotland. 
Farmer ;  Stockraiser. 


JOHN  D.   HUNTER 

Son  of  Joseph  Hunter  and  Elizabeth  David- 
son. Born  May  19,  1842,  Clackmannan, 
Scotland.  Assisted  in  immigration  to 
Utah.  Farmer ;  Stockraiser. 


JOSEPH  SANDON  HUNTER 
Son   of  Joseph   Hunter  and   Elizabeth  D: 
vidson.      Born    Nov.    20,    1844. 


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WILLIAM  HUNTER 

'on  of  William  Hunter  and  Mary  Sandon. 
liorn  November,  1825. 


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RICHARD  JOHNSON 

Came  to  Utah  1851,  Captain  Home  Com- 
pany. 


LEHI  WILLARD  JONES 
Son  of  Thomas  Jones,  who  came  to  Utah 
in    1851,   and    Sage  Treharne.      Born   Nov. 
15,     1854,     Cedar     City,     Utah.       Bishop's 
Counselor.     Mayor  of  Cedar  City. 


RICHARD  JONES 
iorn  March  5, 1819,  Llangranog,  Cardigan, 
outh  Wales.    Came  to  Utah  Sept.  27,  1851. 


RICHARD  E.   JONES 

Son    of   Richard    Jones    and    Mary    Evans. 
Born  Nov.   10,   1857,   Brigham  City,   Utah. 


WILLIAM  E.  JONES 

Born  Feb.  18,  1824,  Pantyskill,  Vaynor, 
Brecknockshire,  South  Wales.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  24,  1851,  James  Brown  Com- 
pany. Bishop.  Farmer. 


NERIAH  LEWIS 
'Born  April  29,  1816,  Simpson  County,  Ky. 
l-ame  to  Utah  October,  1851,  James  Cum- 
Timgs    Company.      High    Priest.      School 
Trustee.     Farmer. 
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BENJAMIN  MARION  LEWIS 
Son    of   Neriah    Lewis   and    Rebecca    Hen- 
dricks.      Born   March    20,    1841,    Kentucky. 
Came  to  Utah  with  his  parents. 


XERIAH  R.  LEWIS 

Son  of  Neriah  Lewis  and  Rebecca  Hen- 
dricks.  Born  March  10,  1843.  Bishop  of 
Oxford.  Idaho,  twenty-three  years.  Farm- 
er and  Stockralser. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1851 


RICHARD  STEELE 

Came  to  Utah  October,  1851.  Father  of 
the  wife  of  Martin  Hansen  of  American 
Fork,  Utah. 


FERAMORZ  LITTLE 

Born  June  14,  1820,  Auriesville,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1851.  Vice-President 
Deseret  National  Bank. 


JOHN  LOVELESS 

Came    to    Utah    in    1851.      High    Priest 
Farmer. 


JOSEPH  J.   LOVELESS 
Son  of  John  Loveless  and  Rachel  Mahaley. 
Born  in  Jackson  County,  Mo.    Elder.    Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran.     Farmer. 


RICHARD   LOWE 

Born  Dec.  25,  1826,  Nottingham,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1851.  President  Elders 
Quorum  at  Springville,  Utah.  Farmer ; 
Stockralser;  Apiarist. 


RICHARD  ALVIN  LOWE 

Son  of  Richard  Lowe  and  Ada  Cleme 

Born  Sept.  13,  1856,  Brigham  City,  Uta! 
Farmer  and  Apiarist. 


JOHN  MARRIOTT 

Born  March  6,  1817,  Rhode,  Northampton- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  May,  1851, 
Livingston-Kinkade  Company.  Bishop 
Marriott  Ward. 


HYRUM  WILLARD  MARRIOTT 
Son  of  John  Marriott  and  Elizabeth  Stew- 
art.    Born  Dec.  6,  1863,  Marriott,  Utah. 


JOHN  McLAWS 

Born  Nov.  27,  1827,  Renfrew,  Scotlan 
Came  to  Utah  August,  1851,  Capt.  Hollidn 
Company. 


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JOHN  McLAWS,  JR. 
,m  of  John   McLaws  and   Joanna   Ross, 
bra  Sept.  14,  1852,  Salt  Lake  City.     First 
Dstmaster  at  St.  Joseph,  Ariz. 


JOHN  WILLIAM  McLAWS 
Son  of  John  McLaws,  Jr.,  and  Sophia  De 
La  Mare.     Born  Aug.  3,  1876,  Allen,  Ariz. 


EDWIN  DE  LAFAYETTE  MERRILL 
Born  Jan.  8,  1836,  Genesee  County,  N.  Y. 
Came    to    Utah    1851,    Captain    Williams 
Merchandise  Train.     Elder. 


HENRY  MOWER 
orn  1798,  Frederick,  Maryland.    Came  to 
tah  in  1851.    Pres.  High  Priests  Quorum. 
ity  Councilman,   Springrville,   Utah. 


A.  MILTON  MUSSER 

Born  May  20,  1830,  Lancaster  County,  Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1851.  Pres.  57th  Quorum 
Seventies ;  High  Priest.  Historian.  Capi- 
talist. 


ALANSON  NORTON 

Born  March  26,  1814,  Granville,  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  1851,  John  G.  Smith  Company. 
Bishop  McCammon,  Idaho. 


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WILLIAM  ANDREW  NORTON 
j™.  of   Alanson    Norton    and    Julia   Ann 
/imams.     Born   Aug.    8,    1865,    Coleville, 
tah.     Bishop  McCammon,  Idaho. 


GEORGE   NORVILL 

Born  June  30,  1800,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Came 
to  Utah  1851,  Alvin  Nichols  Company. 
First  Shoemaker  at  Pleasant  View,  Utah. 


JAMES  WHITMORE  PRESTON 
Born  Oct.  7,  1822,  Salem,  Mass.     Came  to 
Utah  in  1851.     Seventy.     School  Trustee. 
Farmer ;  Sheepman  ;  Stockraiser. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1851 


JAMES  WHITMORE   PRESTON,  JR. 
Son  of  James  Whitmore  Preston  and  Erne- 
line  Houston.      Born  Jan.   7,    1854,  Alpine, 
Utah.     City  Councilman ;  Mayor.     Farmer 
and  Stockraiter. 


RICHARD   S.   PROVIS 

Born  July  15,  1825,  Cornwall,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1859.     High  Priest.     Gardener. 


LEVI  BURT  REYNOLDS 
Bom   Feb.    22.   1831,   Fayette,   Ind. 
to    Utah    In    1851.      Seventy. 
Carpenter. 


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Miller  ai 


JOSEPH   BURROWS  RICHMOND 
Born  May  16,  1841,  Nauvoo,  111.     Came  to 
Utah  September,  1851.    Elder.    Councilman 
4th   Precinct,  Prove,   Utah.      Farmer. 


DR.  JOHN  RIGGS 

Born  Dec.  20,  1812,  Oxford,  Conn.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  5,  1851,  Capt.  McPherson's  Com- 
pany. Worked  on  Kirtland  Temple. 
Physician. 


HORACE  ROBERTS 
Came   to   Utah   in   1851.      Potter. 


K1AV1N   ItUSHTON 

Born  June  1,  1824,  Leek,  Staffordshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  28,  1851,  John  Brown 
Company.  Counselor  in  Bishopric  of  6th 
Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


OSMOND   B.   SHAW 

Born  in  1821.  Came  to  Utah  in  1851. 
Missionary  to  England  1869-71.  Block 
Teacher.  Painter  and  Decorator.  Lived 
at  Salt  Lake  City. 


HENRY  B.   SKIDMORE 
Born    December,    1830,    Philadelphia,    F 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1851.  John  Smi 
Company.      High    Priest ;    Bishop's   Cou 
selor.     Saw  Manufacturer. 


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ELIAS   SMITH 
hn  of  Ashel  Smith  and  Betsy  Schellenger. 

ioneer  1851.     Cousin  of  the  Prophet  Jo- 
!'ph.     Business   Manager  of  the   Deseret 

ews.    Postmaster  1854.     One  of  the  first 
•Jdges  in  Utah. 


SILAS   T.    SMITH 

Desk  Sergeant  Police  Department  at  Salt 
Lake  City. 


JOHN    PEARSON    SMITH 
Born  Aug.  21,  1812.    Came  to  Utah  in  1851. 
Lives  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


JOHN   PEARSON    SMITH,   JR. 
>n    of    John    Pearson    Smith    and    Jane 
.  Opdyke.     Born  Dec.  5,  1855,  Salt  Lake 
ity.     Lives  at  Logan,  Utah. 


LOT  SMITH 

Member  of  the  Deseret  Militia ;  defended 
settlers  at  Provo  against  Indians.  Major 
Utah  Militia.  In  charge  at  the  burning  of 
General  Johnston  U.  S.  Army  Provision 
Train. 


BERNARD   SNOW 


Came  to  Utah  1851,  Oxteam  Company. 
Lived  at  Fountain  Green,  Springville, 
Hoytsville,  and  Salem,  Utah. 


EBEN  SNOW 

of  Bernard  Snow  and  Alice  Smith, 
orn  Dec.  26,  1863,  Ephraim,  Utah.  Elder, 
unstable  of  Jensen.  Farmer  ;  Stockraiser. 


DANIEL  MONROE   STEPHENS 
Born  Oct.   4,   1842,   Nauvoo,   111.      Came   to 
Utah   Oct.   4,   1851,   Capt.    Bates  Company. 
Missionary.       School    Trustee.       Judge    of 
Election   at   Ogden,   Utah. 


JAMES   MONROE   STEPHENS 
Son  of  Daniel  Monroe  Stephens  and  Mary 
Ann   Clark.      Born   July    11,    1870,   Weber 
County,  Utah.     Second  Counselor  in  Bish- 
opric of  Riverdale  Ward. 


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PIONEERS   AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1851 


CHARLES  HENRY  STODDARD 
Born  April  21,  1827,  Newark,  N.  J.     Came 
to    Utah    1851,    Harry    Walton    Company. 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


GEORGE  HENRY  STODDARD 
Son  of  Charles  Henry  Stoddard  and  Anna 
Telford.      Born    Oct.    25,    1852,    Bountiful, 
Utah.     High  Priest. 


HYRUM  W.   BOWMAN 
Father    of    the    wife    of    George    Henr; 
Stoddard  of  Downey,  Idaho. 


GEORGE  STORRS 

Born  Jan.  31,  1825,  Missen,  Yorkshire,  Eng 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1851,  Ernest  Bates 
Company.  High  Priest ;  Ward  Teacher. 
Miller. 


JOSEPH   HENRY    STORRS 
Son    of    George    Storrs    and    Lydia    Mary 
Kindred.       Born    Aug.     25,     1867,    Spring- 
ville,  Utah.     Bishop  Second  Ward  Ameri- 
can Fork,  Utah.     City  Councilman. 


JOHN  WALLACE  STORRS 
Son    of   George    Storrs    and    Lydia    Mar 
Kindred.     Born  June  25,  1869,  Springvilli 
Utah.     Priest.     Mgr.  Studebaker  Bros.  O 
at  American  Fork. 


ALEXANDER  GEORGE  SUTHERLAND 
Son  of  Thomas  Sutherland,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1851,  and  Mary  Ann  Timmings. 
Born  Aug.  23,  1836,  New  Castle,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1863. 


WILLIAM  THEOBALD 
Born  March  31,  1812,  Freshwater,  Isle  of 
Wight,   Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  4,  1851, 
John  R.   Murdock  Company.     Postmaster. 


ARTHUR  THEOBALD 
Son  of  William  Theobald  and  Martha  Lan 
Born  June  1,  1844,  Isle  of  Wight,  En 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  4,  1851,  John  Murdoi 
Company. 


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ERNEST  BURGESS  THEOBALD 
n  of  Arthur  Theobald  and  Jane  Burgess, 
irn    July    18,     1867,    Duncan's    Retreat, 
sslonary    to    Northern    States    1895-96. 
vil  Engineer. 


GEORGE  THEOBALD 
Son  of  William  Theobald  and  Martha  Lane. 
Born    May    22,    1848,     Newport,    Isle    of 
Wight,  Eng.    Indian  War  Veteran.    Water- 
master. 


JAMES  CLAYBORNE  THOMAS 
Son  of  Joseph  H.  and  Mary  Ann  Thomas. 
Born  April  10,  1843,  Kemper  County,  Miss. 
Came  to  Utah  1851,  Preston  Thomas  Com- 
pany.    Elder.     Mailcarrier. 


HARRISON  AYERS  THOMAS 
ther  of  the  wife  of  Joseph  Johnson  of 
sston,  Idaho. 


WILLIAM   B.   TWITCHELL 
Born  Oct.  1,  1829,  Portland,  Maine.    Came 
to  Utah  in  1851.     Missionary  to  Canada; 
Elder ;  School  Teacher. 


CHARLES  EDWARD  TWITCHELL 
Son  of  William  B.  Twitchell  and  Augusta 
Hawkins.     Born  June  16,  1859,  Salt  Lake 
City.     Bishop's  Counselor ;   Missionary   to 
Northwestern  States. 


JOSEPH  VENOBLES  VERNON 
of  Thomas  Vernon  of  Winsford,  Che- 
re,  Eng.     Born  Feb.  16,  1806,  Winsford, 
to  Utah  in  1851. 


FREDRICK  WEIGHT 


Born  June  18,  1828,  Stroud,  near  Bristol, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1851,  Capt. 
Howell  Company.  High  Priest.  Member 
Tabernacle  Choir. 


DAVID  WEST 

Born  June  26,  1824.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
27,   1853,   Moses  Dailey  Company. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 1851 


CHARLES  HENRY  WEST 
Son   of   David   West   and   Amelia   Hooley. 
Born  May  14,  1846,  Derbyshire,  Eng.    Came 
to  Utah  in  1851. 


LICESTER  GAY  WEST 
Son  of  Charles  Henry  West  and  Frederikke 
Claudine    Jacobsen.      Born    Jan.    2,    1876, 
Pleasant  Grove,  Utah.    Electrician;  Farmer. 


SAMUEL  WEST 

Born  March  30,  1804,  South  Carolina 
Came  to  Utah  1851,  Capt.  Walton  Com- 
pany. High  Priest ;  High  Councilor  ol 
Parowan  Stake.  Farmer. 


JEREMIAH  WILLEY 

Born  Nov.  6,  1804,  Northfleld,  N.  H.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  16,  1851,  John  G.  Smith 
Company.  Pres.  of  Seventies.  Member 
Mormon  Battalion. 


WILLIAM  WALLACE  WILLEY 
Son  of  Jeremiah  Willey  and  Samantha  Call. 
Born  Oct.  20,  1841,  Warsaw,  111.     Mission- 
ary    to     England     1879  ;     Alternate    High 
Councilor.     Farmer. 


DAVID  ORSON  WILLEY 
Son  of  Jeremiah  Willey  and  Samantha  Cal 
Born  Sept.  26,  1849,  Pottawattamie  Count; 
Iowa.     Came  to  Utah  1851,  John  G.  Smit 
Company.     High  Councilor. 


LYCURGUS  WILSON 

Born  Feb.  27,  1828,  Richland  County,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  June  27,  1851,  Benjamin 
Hollklay  Company.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


OSCAR  ALEXANDER  WOOD 
Son  of  David  Wood  and  Catherine  Curtis. 
Born  Sept.  30,  1838,  Osneburg,  Can.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1851.     High  Councilor. 


DAVID  HYRUM  WOOD 
Son  of  Oscar  Alexander  Wood  and  Linn: 
F.  Harrison.  Born  Dec.  10,  1880,  Pim 
Utah.  Surveyor  of  Emery  County. 


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WILLIAM  WOODWARD 
:>rn  Jan.  4,  1833,  Bushey,  Herefordshire, 
ig.     Came  to  Utah  September,  1851,  Capt. 
orner     Company.       Pres.     18th    Quorum 
:venties. 


BRIGHAM  J.   YOUNG 
Son    of    Jonathan    Young,    who    came    to 
Utah    in    1851,   and    Sarah   Toomer.      Born 
Dec.    23,     1853.       Supt.     Sunday    Schools; 
High   Priest.      Road   Supervisor.      Farmer. 


JOHN  ZIMMERMAN 

Son  of  George  Zimmerman  and  Julia  Hoke. 
Born  Oct.  3,  1820.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852  ; 
his  father  came  in  1851.  Farmer  and 
Sheepraiser. 


GEORGE  ERASTUS  ZIMMARMAN 
orn  June  22,  1851.     Came  to  Utah   Sep- 
mber,  1852.    Pres.  Deacon  Quorum.    City 
ounctlman.     Farmer  and   Stockraiser. 


DAVID   BARCLAY  ADAMS 
Born  May  4,  1814,  Sterlingshlre,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.     Bishop  Adamsville 
1869.   Justice  of  Peace.   Iron  Manufacturer. 


DAVID  COOK  ADAMS 
Son  of   David   Barclay  Adams  and  Mary 
Cook.     Born  Aug.  25,  1845,  Penn  Glendon 
Ironworks,    Southampton,   Eng.      Came   to 
Utah  in  1852. 


JOHN  DAVID  ADAMS 
->n  of  David  Cook  Adams  and  Mary  Elea- 
r    Armstrong.       Born    March    26,    1871, 
damsville,  Utah. 


DANIEL   C.   ADAMS 

Son  of  David  Barclay  Adams  and  Lydia 
Catherine  Mann.  Born  April  23.  1870. 
Elder.  Constable  ;  School  Trustee.  Farmer. 


JAMES  ADAMS 

Born  March,  1799,  New  Hampshire.    Came 
to  Utah  1852,  James  Allred  Company. 


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ROBERT  ALEXANDER 
Born  1826,  County  Tyrone,  Ireland.    Came 
to  Utah   1852,   Captain  McGaw  Company. 
Seventy. 


JOHN  ALLEMAN 

Born   June   28,   1808,    Middleton,   Dauphin 
Co.,  Pa.     Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


ALEXANDER  ALMA  ALLEN 
Born  Sept.  28,  1845,  Nauvoo,  111.     Came 
Utah  Sept.  14,  1852.    High  Priest ;  Bishoi 
Missionary  to  Southern  States.     Policema 
Justice  of  the  Peace. 


LEVI  ALLEN 

Son  of  Andrew  Lee  Allen,  who  came  to 
Utah  Aug.  12,  1852,  John  M.  Higbee  Com- 
pany, and  Clarinda  Knapp.  Born  April  11, 
1842,  Virginia,  111.  High  Priest. 


ORVILLE  MORGAN  ALLEN 
Born  June  9,  1805,  Pike  County,  Mo.   Came 
to  Utah  December,  1852.     Body  Guard  of 
Joseph  Smith.   Probate  Judge  Kane  County. 


ISAAC  ALLREDGE 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  17,  1853,  John  Brov 
Company. 


GEORGE  AXDERSEN 

Born  Nov.  14,  1836,  Lystrup,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Seventy.  Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM  ANDERSEN 
Son  of  George  Andersen  and  Elva  Armina 
Carson.      Born   June   13,   1873,   Richmond, 
Utah. 


HENRY  ARNOLD 

Born  Feb.  15,  1822,  Herefordshire,  En- 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  28,  1852.  Bishoj  s 
Counselor.  Tailor.  Prop.  Globe  Baker  \ 


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299 


SUJ 


EDWARD  ASHTON 


orn  Aug.  22,  1821,  Montgomeryshire, 
orth  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  July,  1852, 
aniel  Jones  Company.  Seventy  ;  Teacher 
nd  Choir  Leader. 


EDWARD  T.  ASHTON 
Son  of  Edward  Ashton  and  Jane  Treharne. 
Born  July  14,  1855,  Salt  Lake  City.    Bishop 
24th  Ward,   Salt  Lake  City;  Counselor  in 
Salt  Lake  Stake. 


EDWARD   M.  ASHTON 
Son  of  Edward  T.  Ashton  and  Effie  Walker 
Morris.      Born    Jan.    12,    1879,    Salt   Lake 
City.     Bishop  31st  Ward.     Senior  Member 
Ashton-Jenkins  Co.  Real  Estate. 


I 


CHANCY  BACON 
orn  Oct.  22,  1811,  Madison  County,  N.  T. 
ame  to  Utah  July  23,  1852,  Robert  Richie 
ompany. 


FRANCIS  BACON 

Son  of  Chancy  Bacon  and  Mary  Glazier. 
Born  1832,  Madison  County,  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  1852,  Independent  Company. 
Priest ;  Seventy.  School  Trustee. 


WILLIAM  BALLARD 

Born  1790,  Berkshire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah 
Sept.  3,  1852,  first  division  of  Perpetual 
Emigration  Fund  with  Capt.  Smoot.  Patri- 
arch. 


HENRY  BALLARD 

S?  °D William  Ballard  and  Hannah  Rus- 

•     Born  Jan.  27,  1832,  Thatcham,  Berk- 

•atri'a    h6'    Blshop  2d  Ward.  Logan,  Utah. 


HENRY  WILLIAM  BALLARD 
Son  of  Henry  Ballard  and  Margaret  Mc- 
Neil.     Born  Sept.   20,   1864,  Logan,  Utah. 
Bishop  Benson  Ward. 


JOHN  BALSER 

Born  Sept.  29,  1823,  Liverpool,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1852,  Abraham  O.  Smoot 
Company.  Seventy ;  Sunday  School  and 
Block  Teacher.  Carpenter. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1852 


OSWALD   BARLOW 

Born  July  22,  1829,  Manchester,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  1852,  Edwin  Woolley  Merchandise 
Train.  Mason. 


JAMES   BARLOW 

Son  of  Oswald  Barlow  and  Catherine 
Nightingale.  Born  Oct.  22,  1849,  Man- 
chester, Eng.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JAMES  OSWALD  BARLOW 
Son  of  James  Barlow  and  Anne  C.  S.  Cai 
son.     Born  Jan.  25,  1881. 


JOSEPH   S.    BARNEY 

Son  of  Lewis  Barney  and  Elizabeth  Turner. 
Born  Dec.  22,  1845,  Nauvoo,  111.  High 
Priest.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JAMES   HENRY   BARNEY 
Son  of  Lewis  Barney,   who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  9,  1852,  Bryant  Jolley  Company,  and 
Elizabeth    Turner.       Born    Jan.    30,    1840. 
High  Priest. 


NEPHI  BARNEY 


Son  of  Benjamin  F.  Barney  and  Carol!   I 
NMelson.     Born  Jan.  28,  1870. 


ROYAL  BARNEY 

Born  Dec.  15,  1808,  Lorain,  Ohio.  Came 
to  Utah  1852,  Edwin  Woolley  Merchandise 
Train. 


JOSEPH   BARTHOLOMEW 
Born  Jon.  16,  1820,  Charleston,  Clark  Co., 
Ind.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  14,  1852,  Claudius 
V.  Spencer  Company.     Black  Hawk  Indian 
War  Veteran. 


JOHN  BARTHOLOMEW 
Son  of  Joseph  Bartholomew  and  Polly  B< 
son.     Born  Sept.  11,  1845,  Mackinaw,  I 
Lean  Co.,  111.     Bishop  Fayette  Ward, 
dian  War  Veteran. 


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301 


HENRY   BARTHOLOMEW 
m  of  Davis   Bartholomew,  who  came  to 
tah  November,  1852,  Warren  Snow  Com- 
!my,   ami    Ruth    I.    Jones.      Born   May    9, 
52.  Council  Bluffs,  Iowa. 


MERLIN   J.   BARTHOLOMEW 
Son  of  Davis   Bartholomew,  who  came  to 
Utah  November,  1852,  Warren  Snow  Com- 
pany,  and   Ruth   I.   Jones.      Born  Jan.    17, 
1S58,  Slaterrllle,  Utah.     Farmer. 


CHARLES  HENRY   BASSETT 
Born  March  14,  1828,  Osslan,  Allegany  Co., 
N.  Y.    Came  to  Utah  in  1852.    High  Priest ; 
Missionary    to    Ohio    1854.       Bookkeeper; 
Merchant. 


JAMES  BEDDO 

urn  Jan.  27,  1847,  Victoria,  South  Wales. 
j.me  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1852,  Abraham  O. 
loot  Company.  Elder.  Manager  Idaho 
irrison  Canal  Co. 


EDWARD  EVERETT  BELCHER 
Born  July  4,  1835,  Boston,  Mass.     Came  to 
Utah  in  1852.    Elder.    Farmer.    Discoverer 
Belcher  Mine. 


EDWARD  HARVEY   BELCHER 
Son  of  Edward  Everett  Belcher  and  Eliza- 
beth   Jane   Perkins.      Born    Dec.    10,    1877, 
Randolph,    Utah.      Pres.    Seventies.     Asst. 
Cashier  Uinta  State  Bank. 


THOMAS  BELL 
frn  July  7,  1825,  Norfolk,  Eng.     Came  to 
Uli  in  1852.     Indian  War  Veteran.     Me- 
mic;  Farmer. 


HERBERT  HORACE  BELL 

Son  of  Thomas  Bell  and  Mahala  Elwood. 
Born  Feb.  26,  1859,  Ephraim,  Utah.  Bish- 
op Glenwood  Ward.  Farmer  and  Fruit 
Grower. 


GEORGE  BENNETT 

Came  to  Utah   1852,  Warren   Snow  Com- 
pany. 


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JOHN  BENNETT 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


JEROME  BENSON 

Born  Nov.  10,  ,  New  York.     Came  to 

Utah     1852,    Ezra    T.    Benson    Company. 
Elder. 


ALFRED  BERRETT 
Born  Jan.  13,  1825,  Steeple  Ashton, 
shire,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah   1852,  Capt 
Tidwell  Company. 


MARLON  BERRETT 

Son  of  Alfred  Berrett  and  Elizabeth  Mat- 
thews. Born  Dec.  12,  1855,  North  Ogden, 
Utah.  Farmer. 


JACOB  G.   BIGLER 

Born  April  4,  1813,  Harrison  County,  W. 
Va.  Came  to  Utah  1852,  Lorenzo  Johnson 
Company.  Bishop  ;  Patriarch  ;  Pres.  Juab 
Stake.  Mayor  of  Nephi. 


DON  MANGUM  BIGLER 
Son  of  Jacob  G.  Bigler  and  Armelia  C 
line  Mangum.     Born  Jan.  16,  1854,  Nc 
Utah.      Elder;    Ward    Teacher.      Farn 
Miner. 


JAMES  BIRD 

Son  of  Charles  Bird  and  Amanda  Reaves. 
Born  1806,  Pennsylvania.  Came  to  Utah 
1852,  Capt.  Allred  Oxteam  Company. 
Farmer. 


TAYLOR  REAVES  BIRD 
Son  of  James  Bird.      Born  Feb.   25,   1832, 
New  York.    Indian  War  Veteran.    Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


CLARENCE  BIRD 
Born  June  7, 1865,  St.  George,  Utah.    F 
er.  Fruit  Grower  and  Stockraiser. 


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BENJAMIN  FREDERICK  BLAKE 
En  March   2,   1815,   England.     Came  to 
Uh   in   1852.      High    Priest.      Furniture 
a    Cabinet  Maker. 


ASEPH  BLANCHARD 

Born  Oct.  3,  1800,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1852.  High  Priest.  Black  Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


ALMA  MORONI  BLANCHARD 
Son  of  Aseph  Blanchard  and  Eunice  Eliza- 
beth Thompson.     Born  April  5,  1842. 


LMA  MORONI  BLANCHARD,  JR. 
i  of  Alma  Moroni  Blanchard  and  Emma 
•  >ck.     Born  Oct.  15,  1869.     Farmer  and 
likraiser. 


JOHN   BOYCE 

Born  Feb.   20,   1814,  Fredericksburg,  Can. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.    Patriarch.    Farmer. 


JOSEPH  YOUNG  BOYCE 
Son  of  John  Boyce  and  Mary  Ann  Barzee. 
Born   Oct.   26,   1856,   Spanish   Fork,   Utah. 
Seventy.     Farmer  and  Fruit  Grower. 


LEANDER  M.  BOYCE 
§5  ,of  Joseph  Young  Boyce  and   Eunice 
ai        Merrick.     Born  Sept.  11,  1882. 


JOSEPH  H.   BOYNTON 
Son  of  Abraham  D.  Boynton  anc!  Maria  H. 
Burbank.      Born  Dec.   27,   1850,   Haverhill, 
Mass.    Came  to  Utah  in  1852.   Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


JAMES  BENNETT  BRACKEN 
Son  of  Levi  Bracken.   Born  in  1815.    Came 
to  Utah  in  1852.     Resided  at  Pine  Valley, 
Utah. 


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ORLANDO  HENRY  BRACKEN 
Son  of  James  Bennett  Bracken  and  Sarah 
Head.     Born  March  9,  1854,  Payson,  Utah. 
Elder  ;  Ward  Teacher.    Farmer  ;  Merchant. 


WILLIAM  BRACKEN,  JR. 
Son    of    William    Bracken,    who    came    to 
Utah  Oct.  11,  1852,  James  Snow  Company, 
and    Minnie    Ahalstrom.       Born    Nov.    13, 
1864,   Stockton,  Utah. 


ISAAC   PRESTON   BRIGHT 
Born  Oct.  13,  1844,  in  Hancock  County, 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1852,  Isaac  Stew; 
Company.     Pioneer  to  Richmond. 


JOHN   BRIGHT 

Born  March  26,  1849,  Pottawattamie  Coun- 
ty, Iowa.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1852. 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


ALFRED  WALLACE  BRIM 
Born  Nov.  15,  1815,  Madison  County,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.     Hauled  stone  for 
the  Salt  Lake  Temple. 


ALONZO  ADELBERT  BRIM 
Son  of  Alfred  Wallace  Brim  and  M 
Ann  Merrill.  Born  March  10,  1853,  i 
Lake  City.  Bishop  Center  Ward. 


LKVI    BROADBENT 

Born  July  24,  1817.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
6,  1852,  Capt.  Outhouse  Company.  Elder; 
Block  Teacher.  Gardener. 


ISAAC  BROCKBANK 

Born  1805,  Underbarrow,  Westmoreland, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  4,  1852,  Capt. 
A.  O.  Smoot  Company.  Counselor  in 
Bishopric  Spanish  Fork,  Utah. 


ISAAC   BROCKBANK,   JR. 
Son    of    Isaac    Brockbank    and    Eliza 
Mainwaring.    Born  July  13,  1837,  Liver 
Eng.      Came  to   Utah    with    father.     I  . 
op's  Counselor  8th  Ward,  Salt  Lake  < 


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HEBBR  P.   BROCKBANK 
•a  of   Isaac   Brockbank,    Jr.,    and   Mary 
n  Park.      Born   Nov.    19,    1871,   Cotton- 
:od  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


ALMA  P.   BROCKBANK 
Son   of   Isaac   Brockbank,   Jr.,    and   Mary 
Ann    Park.      Born    Feb.    10,    1885,    Cotton- 
wood  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City.     Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


GEORGE  BROUGH 

Born  July  1,  1823,  New  Molten,  Yorkshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  22,  1852,  Joseph 
Outhouse  Company.  Tithing  Clerk.  Post- 
master. 


GEORGE  W.  BROUGH 
jn  of  George  Brough  and  Elizabeth  Hud- 
M.    Born  Feb.  8,  1854,  Lehi,  Utah.    Elder. 
1  y  Councilman. 


ABRAHAM    (ABRAM)    BROWN 
Born  Aug.  31,  1808,  Andover,  Windsor  Co., 
Vt.    Came  to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1852,  Isaac  Bul- 
lock Company.     High  Priest.     Farmer. 


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NEWELL  ABRAHAM  BROWN 
Son  of  Abraham  Brown  and  Harriet  Shel- 
don.    Born  Nov.   19,  1837,  Kirtland,  Ohio. 
High    Priest.      Black    Hawk    Indian    War 
Veteran. 


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WILLIAM  THOMAS  BROWN 
>rn  May  1,  1843,  Stratford-on-Avon,  Eng. 
ime  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1852,  Abraham  O. 
noot   Company.     Seventy.     Farmer  and 
leepraiser. 
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DAVID  E.   BROWNING 
Born  Jan.  19,  1829,  Nashville,  Tenn.    Came 
to  Utah  September,  1852,   Capt.  Miller  Com- 
pany.    Major.     Inventor  Automatic  Fire- 
arms. 


SEYMOUR  BRUNSON 
Born   Jan.    6,    1836,   Tomkins   County,   111. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  Capt.  Miller  Company. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1852 


SEYMOUR  E.  BRUNSON 
Son  of  Seymour  Brunson  and  Elizabeth  A. 
Mace.     Born  Sept.  15,  1863,  Payson,  Utah. 


ARCHIBALD   W.   BUCHANAN 
Born  Feb.  9,   1830,  Lexington,  Ky.     Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1852,  Capt.  Howell  Com- 
pany.     Bishop    Glenvvood    Ward.      Indian 
War  Veteran. 


ARCHIBALD  W.  BUCHANAN",  .71 
Son  of  Archibald  W.  Buchanan  and  H 
Amelia  Whiting.  Born  Jan.  21,  1859,  1 
ti,  Utah. 


EZRA  NELSON   BULLARD 
Born    March    15,    1833,    Worcester,    Mass. 
Came   to   Utah   in   1852.      Elder.      Veteran 
Echo    Canyon    and     Black    Hawk    Indian 
Wars.     Farmer. 


JOHN   ELLIS   BULLARD 
Son    of    Ezra    Nelson    Bullard    and    Mary 
Harriet  Burgess.    Born  Nov.  2,  1880,  Thur- 
ber,  Utah. 


BENJAMIN  KIMBALL  BULLOC1 
Born  Jan.  27,  1821,  Grafton,  N.  H.  C 
to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1852,  Isaac  Bullock  ( 
pany.  Mayor  of  Provo,  Utah. 


BENJAMIN  HART   BULLOCK 
Son    of    Benjamin    Kimball    Bullock    and 
Martha  Elizabeth  Hart.    Born  Oct.  27,  1878, 
Provo,    Utah.       Bishop    Bonneville    Ward. 
Farmer  and   Mining. 


ISAAC   BULLOCK 

Born  Oct.  23,  1825.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
21,  1852.  President  High  Priest  Quorum. 
Mayor  Provo,  Utah.  Farmer. 


LEWIS   DEMOTT   BUNCE 
Born  Sept.   29,  1827,   Walcott,  Wayni 
N.    Y.      Came   to   Utah    in    1852.      Sev; 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


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DAVID  EDWIX   BUNNELL 
hrn  June    25,    1809,    Newark,    Essex   Co., 
..  Y.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,   1852,  James 
Snow    Company.      High    Priest.      City 
nmcilman. 


DANIEL  KIMBALL  BUNNELL 
Son  of  David  Edwin  Bunnell  and  Sallie 
Heller  Conrad.  Born  Oct.  23,  1831,  Browns- 
town,  Wayne  Co.,  Mich.  High  Priest. 
Walker  Indian  War  Veteran.  Farmer  and 
Fruit  Grower. 


STEPHEN  ITHAMAR   BUNNELL 
Son    of   David    Edwin    Bunnell    and    Sallie 
Heller  Conrad.     Born  Feb.  1,  1834,  Browns- 
town,    Mich.      High    Priest.      Farmer    and 
Stockraiser. 


GEORGE  HENRY  BUNNELL 
|>n   of    David    Edwin    Bunnell    and    Sallie 
feller  Conrad.   Born  Dec.  21,  1837,  Browns- 

wn.  Mich.     Seventy.     Farmer  and  Stock- 

laer. 


SAMUEL  GARDNER  BUNNELL 
Son    of    David    Edwin    Bunnell    and    Sallie 
Heller  Conrad.     Born  in  New  Jersey. 


SAMUEL   DAVID   BUNNELL 
Son  of  Samuel  Gardner  Bunnell  and  Ellen 
K.  Zabriskie.      Born  Oct.   26,    1862,  Provo, 
Utah.     Elder.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


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DANIEL  M.   BURBANK 
prn  Dec.   3,   1814,   New  York.     Came  to 
tah   Oct.    6,   1852.      Brought   company   of 
migrants  to  Utah. 


JOHN  BURRASTON 

Born  April  21,  1837,  Devonshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  James  Cummings 
Company.  Walker  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN  BURTON 

Born  1832,  Lancashire,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1852.  Elder;  Block  Teacher.  Car- 
penter and  Builder.  Resided  at  Salt  Lake 
City. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1852 


GEORGE  O.   BURTON 
Son  of  John  Burton  and  Hannah  Thomp- 
son.    Born  Sept.   23,  1869,  6th  Ward,  Salt 
Lake    City.      Police    Officer.      Motorman ; 
Carpenter. 


EDWIN    WILLIAM    BUTLER 
Son  of  Edwin  Butler,  who  came  to  Utah 
1852,    and    Louisa    S.    Young.      Born   April 
25,  1868,  Victor,  Idaho. 


JOHN  T.  CAINE 
Born  Jan.  8,  1829,  Isle  of  Man,  Englam 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1852,  Captain  c 
Ten  in  James  McGaw  Company.  Sec; 
Territorial  Legislature.  U.  S.  Congressmai 


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WILLIAM  CAPENER 

Born  July  30,  1806,  London,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Oct.  2,  1852,  Isaac  Bullock  Company. 
Carpenter  and  Cabinet  Maker. 


JOSEPH  AARON  CAPENER 
Son  of  William  Capener  and  Ellen  Rigby. 
Born  Dec.  25,  1874. 


ARTHUR  RIGBY  CAPENER 
Son  of  William  Capener  and  Ellen  Rigl 
Born  Jan.  20,  1869,  Salt  Lake  City.    Bish 
of  Garland  Ward. 


JAMES  CARLILE 

Son  of  Robert  Carlile  and  Christiana 
Spouncer.  Born  Jan.  31,  1829,  Mission, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  1852,  Capt.  .Tolley  Com- 
pany. Indian  War  Veteran.  High  Priest. 


JAMES  WILLIAM   CARLILE 
Son  of  James  Carlile  and  Emily  Ann  Giles. 
Born   Oct.   14,   1865,   Heber,   Utah.     Block 
Teacher.     Farmer. 


GEORGE  CARLILE 
Son  of  Robert  Carlile  and  Christlfi. 
Spouncer.  Born  April  11,  1836.  Came  f 
Utah  in  1851.  Seventy.  Indian  ' 
Veteran. 


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ISAAC  VANWAGONER  CARLING 
on  of  John   Carling,  who  came  to  Utah 
eptember,    1852,    Henry   Miller    Co.,    and 

,;meline    Keaton.      Born    Nov.    30,     1831, 

illinesopur,  Ulster  Co.,  N.  T. 


JOHN  CARVER 

Born  Aug.  6,  1822,  Clifford  Parish,  Here- 
fordshire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3, 
1852,  Independent  Company.  Assisted  in 
laying  out  Plain  City. 


GEORGE  H.   CARVER 
Son  of  John  Carver  and  Mary  Ann  Eames. 
Born  Nov.  11,  1854,  Kaysville,  Utah.   Bish- 
op   Preston,    Idaho,     3rd     Ward,     Oneida 
Stake. 


PARLEY  PRATT  CARVER 
an  of  John  Carver  and  Mary  Ann  Eames. 
orn    Jan.    17.    1867,    Plain    City,    Utah. 
Ider. 


PARLEY  LEONIDAS  CARVER 
Son  of  Parley  Pratt  Carver  and  Elizabeth 
Ann  Pritchett.     Born  Jan.  31,  1890. 


DAVID  CHARD 
Born  Sept.  24,  1810. 


HENRY  T.  CHARD 
>n  of   David  Chard  and  Mary   Teagues. 
orn    June    13,     1855,     North     Somerset, 
ng.    Came  to  Utah  in  1864. 


DAVID  E.  CHARD 

Son  of  Henry  T.  Chard  and  Mary  Ann 
Berrett.  Born  Nov.  1,  1881,  North  Ogden, 
Utah.  Bishop's  Counselor. 


WILLIAM  CHATWIN 

Born  June  23,  1823,  Bury,  Eng.     Came  to 
Utah  in  1852.     School  Teacher. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1852 


JOSEPH   ISAAC   CHATWIN 
Son  of  William  Chatwin  and  Ann  Sampson. 
Born  July  30,   1851,  Kanesville,  Iowa. 


ORVILLE   RENSSELAER   CHILD 
Son   of  Alfred    Bosworth   Child   and    Polly 
Barber.      Born  Oct.   11,   1837,   Ogdensburg, 
N.  Y.      Bishop's  Counselor.     Echo  Canyon 
War  Veteran. 


ORVILLE   RENSSELAER   CHILD,  JR 
Son  of  Orville  Rensselaer  Child  and  i 
Urincla  Rawson.      Born  Jan.  .8,   1860, 
flen,  Utah.     Postmaster  Deweyville,  Uti 
Sunday  School  Superintendent. 


THOMAS  CHILD 

Came  to  Utah  Sept.  2,  1852,  Abraham  O. 
Smoot  Company. 


JOHN  WILLIAM  CLARK 
Son   of   Thomas   H.    Clark,    who   came   to 
Utah  Oct.  10,  1852,  and  Charlotte  Gay  ley. 
Born    Jan.    12,    1826,    Bishopsfrome,    Eng. 
Bishop's  Counselor.      Farmer. 


JOHN   WILLIAM   CLARK,   JR. 
Son  of  John  William  Clark  and  Ann  Mi 
klewright.      Born   April    11,    1857,    Grar 
ville,  Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor.     Farm 
and   Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM  CLARK 

Born  July   26,    1825,   Worcestershire,   Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.     High  Priest. 


WILLIAM   WHEELER  CLARK 
Son  of  William  Clark  and  Jane  Stephens. 
Born    April    25,    1855,    Lehi,    Utah.      High 
Priest. 


ALBERT   XEPHI   CLEMENTS 
Born  1842,  Hancock  County,  111.     Came 
Utah  November,  1852,  Warren  Snow  Cci' 
pany.      High   Councilor. 


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311 


JAMES   CLINGER 

rn  Feb.  3,  1813,  Bedford,  Pa.  Came  to 
•ah  Sept.  27,  1852,  Capt.  Whitehead  Com- 
ny.  (Hiani  in  Walker  Indian  War.  Sev- 
ty.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JAMES   HKXRY   OLINGER 
Son  of  James  Clinger  and  Harriet  Chapin. 
Born  Feb.  10,  1848,  Iowa.     Bishop's  Coun- 
selor.    Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


DANIEL  H.  CLOWARD 
Son  of  Daniel  Cloward,  who  came  to  Utah 
in    1852,    and    Ruth    Bailey   Logan.      Born 
Feb.  11,  1848,  Council  Bluffs,  Iowa.    Bish- 
op's Counselor. 


NATHAN  HARRISON  COFFIN 
Jrn  Sept.  28,  1840,  Richmond,  Ind.     Came 
I  Utah  1852,  Capt.  Cutler  Company.    High 
jncilor.     Justice  of   the  Peace. 


NATHAN   SAMUEL  COFFIN 
Son  of  Nathan  Harrison  Coffin  and  Ches- 
tina    McMurtrey.       Born    Sept.     11,     1870, 
Huntsville,    Utah.      Bishop    Marsh    Center 
Ward,  Idaho. 


GEORGE  COLEMAN 

Born  May  5,  1827,  Warden  Parish,  Bed- 
fordshire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 
Indian  War  Veteran.  Bishop. 


GEORGE  S.   COLEMAN 
of  George  Coleman   and   Jane   Smith, 
rn    May     20,     1866,     Smithfleld,     Utah, 
shop  of  Teasdale  Ward. 


JOHN  W.   CONDIE 

Son  of  Gibson  Condie  and  Elizabeth  Rob- 
inson. Born  Sept.  21,  1878,  Croydon,  Utah. 
Bishop  4th  Ward,  Preston,  Idaho.  Mayor. 


HENRY   FREEMAN  COOK 
Born  Jan.  12,  1815.   Came  to  Utah  October, 
1852,     Warren     Snow    Company.       Bishop 
Cedar  Valley  Ward. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1852 


WILLIAM  COOK 

Son  of  Henry  Freeman  Cook  and  Sophro- 
nia  Strobridge.  Born  Oct.  19,  1847,  Coun- 
cil Bluffs,  Iowa. 


WILLIAM  CORBRIDGE 
Born  March  9,  1810,  Thornley  Lane,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  29,  1852,  John  Parker 
Company.     High   Priest.     Indian  Fighter. 


JOHN  CORBRIDGE 
Son     of     William     Corb  ridge     ami     Ell< 
Parker.       Born     May    12,    1842,    Thor  ' 
Lane,  Eng.    High  Priest.    Railroad  Bu" 


WILLIAM  H.  CORBRIDGE 
Father   of   the    wife    of   Walton   Anthony 
Roberts  of  Teasdale,  Utah.     Came  to  Utah 
August,    1852,    John    Parker    Independent 
Company. 


HEBER  COTTAM 

Son  of  John  Cottam,  who  came  to  Utah 
October,  1852,  and  Anne  Smith.  Born  June 
27,  1858,  American  Fork,  Utah.  General 
Workman. 


SAMUEL  COTTRELL 
Born  May  7,  1816,  Warrington,  Lancash 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9,  1852,  Bry 
Jolley  Company.     Farmer. 


HENRY  CUMBERLAND 
Born  in  1820,  Derbyshire,  Eng.     Came  to 
Utah   Sept.  3,  1852,  Captain  Layton  Com- 
pany.    Seventy.     Blacksmith. 


JOHN  CUMMINGS 

Born  Dee.  2,  1802,  Anderson  County,  S.  C. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852,  John  Maxwell  Com- 
pany. Farmer. 


JOHN  J.  CUMMIXGS 
Son  of  John  CumminRS  and   Rachel  1 
nedy.      Born    March    25,    1846,    Mont) 
Iowa.     High   Priest.     Farmer  and  SI 
raiser. 


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313 


SAMUEL  THOMAS  CURTIS 
on  of  Thomas  Curtis  and  Purcy  Baldwin, 
orn  Dec.  30,  1834,  Chautauqua  County,  N. 
.    Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1852,  Captain 
."alker  Company.     Hi^h  Priest. 


ROYAL  JAMES  CUTLER 
Son  of  Harmon  Cutler,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  September,   1852,  and  Susanna  Barton. 
Born  Feb.  1,  1828,  Amboy,  N.  Y.     Bishop 
Glendale  Ward. 


ALLEN  RILBY  CUTLER 
Son  of  Royal  James  Cutler  and  Thiba  Ann 
Morton.      Born    Dec.    22,    1862,    American 
Fork,  Utah.       High  Councilor.     Principal 
Sevier  Stake  Academy.     Bishop. 


ALMA  HAYES 

torn   Jan.    11,    1846,    Nauvoo,   111.      Came 
Utah     in     1852.     Bishop     Georgetown 
Vard,  Idaho. 


JAMES  DEANS 

Born  Feb.  14,  1844,  West  House,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Elder.  Justice  of 
Peace  at  Woodruff,  Arizona.  Minuteman. 


DAVID  WOODRUFF  DEANS 
Son  of  James  Deans  and  Susannah  Ham- 
mond.    Born  Feb.  25,  1879,  Woodruff,  Ari- 
zona.    Missionary  to  Kentucky  ;  Seventy  ; 
Assistant   Sunday   School   Superintendent . 


ROBERT  A.  DEANS 
o°f  James  Deans,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
,$52'  and  Susannah  Hammond.     Born  Oct. 
I?'  V884'  Woodruff,  Ariz.     Elder.     School 
"eacher. 


PHILIP  DE  LA  MARE 

Born  April  3,  1823,  Groovil  Parish,  Isle  of 
Jersey,  Enpr.  Came  to  Utah  in  November, 
1852,  captain  of  his  own  company. 


PHILIP  FRANCIS  DE  LA  MARE 
Son  of  Philip  De  La  Mare  and  Mary  Par- 
kins.    Born  Feb.  16,  1849,  Isle  of  Jersey. 


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PIOXEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1852 


BILLA  DICKSON 

Born  March  8,  1815,  Elizabeth,  Upper 
Canada.  Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1852, 
Captain  Walker  Company.  Blacksmith. 


ALBERT  DOUGLASS  DICKSON 
Son  of  Billa  Dickson  and  Mary  Ann  Stod- 
dard.     Born  Jan.  26,  1840,  Porter  County, 
Ind.     Bishop  Richville  Ward. 


RICHARD  DOUGLASS 
Born  Feb.  27,  1828,  Downham,  Lancashii 
Engr.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  28,  1852.  Seveni 


JOSEPH  DUDLEY 

Born  July  8,  1817,  in  Kentucky.  Came  to 
Utah  Oct.  3,  1852,  Oxteam  Company. 
Echo  Canyon  War  Veteran. 


JAMES  DUNCAN 

Born  Feb.  5,  1828,  Greenend,  Lanarkshire, 
Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  in  September, 
1852,  John  Higby  Company.  Bishop's 
Counselor.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JONATHAN  EARL 

Born  July   29,    1816,   Fraylhamshire,    El 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  7,  1852.     Farmer. 


JOHN  ELLISON 

Born  May  23,  1818,  Yorkshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1852,  Captain  Howell 
Company.  Patriarch. 


EPHRAIM  P.  ELLISON 
Son    of    John    Ellison    and    Alice    Pilling. 
Born  June  10,   1850,   St.   Louis,   Mo.     Mer- 
chant. 


WILLIAM  ELMER 

Born  Sept.  16,  1820,  Norwich,  Orange  L 
Vt.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  3,  1852.  Lieut' 
ant-Colonel  Nauvoo  Legion. 


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LEVI  JAMES  ELMER 
'n  of  William  Elmer  and  Mary  Ann  Gean. 
Irn   Oct.    1,    1858,    Payson,    Utah.      High 
iest.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  HEBEK   ELMER 
Son    of    William    Elmer    and    Mary    Ann 
Gean.      Born   Feb.   13,   1869.      Farmer. 


SHADRACH  EMPET 

Born  June  21,  1822,  Eatonbray,  Bedford- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  11,  1852, 
George  Kendall  Company.  Director  Lehi 
Co-op. 


EPHUAIM  S.  EMPEY 
'n  of  Sliadrach   Empey  and  Ann  Athes. 
>rn  May  27,  1852,  Eatonbray,  Eng.     Bish- 
's  Counselor. 


JOHN   ENNISS 

Born  Dec.  10,  1821,  Forest  of  Dean, 
Gloucestershire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in 
1852,  Thomas  Tldwell  Company. 


WILLARD  BOULTER  ENNISS 
Son  of  John  Enniss  and  Elizabeth  Boulter. 
Born  June  8,  1857,  Draper,  Utah.     Bishop. 


SIDNEY  HYRUM  EPPEKSON 
nrn  in  1832  in  Indiana.  Came  to  Utah  in 
*52,  David  Wood  Company.     Bishop  Mid- 
ay  Ward. 


JENS  GI'NDERSON 

Son  of  Gunner  Erickson.  Born  Sept.  21, 
1830,  Chri.stiania,  Norway.  Came  to  Utah 
in  1852.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 
Farmer  ;  Carpenter.  High  Priest. 


JAMES  P.  GUNDERSON 
Son  of  Jens  and  Marie  Gunderson.     Born 
March  4,  1865,  Mt.  Pleasant,  Utah.     High 
Priest.     Miner. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1852 


CHARLES  M.   EVANS 
Born  Jan.  27,  1831,  Liverpool,  Eng. 
to  Utah  in  1852.     Seventy. 


DAVID  MINSHALL  EVANS 

Came  Born  July  20,  1821,  Liverpool,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1852. 
High  Priest. 


FREDERICK  HENRY  EVANS 
Born  Aug.  2,  1842,  Cardiff,  Wales.     Cai 
to  Utah  in  1852,  Claudius  V.  Spencer  Coi 
pany.     Made  three  trips  across  plains  f 
immigrants. 


FREDERICK  CHARLES  EVANS 
Son  of  Frederick  Henry  Evans  and  Emma 
Raymond.     Born  Sept.  21,  1872,  Kaysville, 
Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


FRANKLIN  FARR 

Born  Oct.  12,  1837,  Chatham,  Medina  Co., 
Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Indian  Wai- 
Veteran. 


WILFORD  IVOR  FARR 
Son    of    Franklin    Farr    and    Ann    Jon 
Born   in   January,   1888. 


SAMUEL  FERRIN 

Born  Nov.  12,  1804,  Hebron,  Grafton  Co., 
N.  H.     Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


JOSIAH  MARSH  FERRIN 
Son   of   Samuel   Ferrin   and   Sally   Powell. 
Born  Jan.   22,   1834,   Cherry  Creek,   N.   Y. 
Bishop. 


JOSIAH    LEMAN    FERRIN 
Son  of  Josiah  Marsh   Ferrin   and  Mart 
Ann   Bronson.      Born   Sept.   26,   1856,  C  i 
den,  Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


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ARTHUR  M.  FERRIN 
in  of  Josiah  Leman  Ferrin  and  Ella  D. 
'allin^s.      Born    Dec.     10,     1881,     Eden, 
an.     Bishop. 


GEORGE   ELIHU   FERRIX 
Son   of  Josiah   Marsh   Ferrin   and    Martha 
Ann  Bronson.     Born  Aug.  30,   1864. 


GEORGE   FOSTER 

Born  August,  1810,  Castlederg,  Ireland. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  Thomas  Tidwell  Com- 
pany. 


GEORGE  FOSTER,  JR. 
of  George  Foster  and  Verena  Fisher, 
rn  April  17,  1864,  Logan,  Utah.  Member 
iho  Legislature. 


WILLIAM  L.  FOSTER 

Born   July   11,    1807,   Lynn,    Norfolk,   Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853.     Weaver. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  FOSTER 
Son    of    William    L.    Foster    and    Amelia 
Chaplin.      Born    June    28,    1832,    Norwich, 
Eng.      Leading    tenor    singer    Tabernacle 
Choir.     Wood  Turner  and   Scroll   Sawyer. 


HENRY  C.  FOSTER 
n  of  William  Henry  Foster  and  Eunice 


FRANKLIN   PITT   FOSTER 
Son  of  William  Henry  Foster  and  Eunice 
Neslen. 


JAMES  GALE 

Born  May  14,  1829,  Warminister,  Wilt- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  25,  1852. 
Independent  Company. 


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GEORGE   CURTIS   GALLOWAY 
Born  June  17,  1889,  Meadow  Creek,  Utah. 
Priest.      Farmer.   Inventor. 


A.   B.   FALKER 
Ogden,   Utah. 


BENJAMIN1   GARDNER 
Born    Aug.     19,    1800,    Johnstown,    Mont 
gomery   Co.,    N.    Y.      Came   to   Utah   Sep 
28,    1852,    captain    of    his    own    compan; 
Justice    of    Peace.    North    Ogden.      Mill. 


MILO  VANDOZEN  GARDNER 
Son  of  Benjamin  Gardner  and  Electa 
Lamport.  Born  June  4,  1835,  Erie  Coun- 
ty, Pa.  Drum  Major  in  Ogden  Band. 


MILO  MARTIN  GARDNER 
Son  of  Milo  Vandozen  Gardner  and  Mar- 
gret  Montgomery.  Born  Oct.  25,  1862, 
North  Ogden,  Utah.  School  Trustee. 


ROBERT    NATHANIEL    GAKI'.NKK 
Son     of     Milo     VanDozen     Gardnn-     an 
Margret  Montgomery.  Born  Jan.  : 
North    Ogden,    Utah.      Justice    of 
Juvenile    Court    Officer. 


JOSEPH   SMITH  GARDNER 
Son     of     Benjamin     Gardner    and     Electa 
Lamport.      Born   March   15,    1847,   Vernon, 
Van   Buren   Co.,    Iowa.      Drummer   Boy   In 
Utah   Militia.      Farmer. 


WILLIAM   GOATES 

Born  May  11,  1817,  Wimpole,  England. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1852,  A.  O.  Smoot 
Company.  Member  Bishopric,  Lehi  Ward. 
President  High  Priests. 


WILLIAM  GOATES,  JR. 
Son  of  William  Goates  and  Susan  Larkiii 
Born    Jan.    1,    1861,    Lehi,    Utah.      SM« 
Member  Lehi  Silver  Band  1887-96.     Car 
penter  and  Farmer. 


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LEO  WALMAN  GOATBS 
Ion  (if  William  Goates  and  Elizabeth  An- 
iie    Munns.      Born    Aug.    20,    1889,    Lehi, 
'tah.      Missionary    to    Germany    1908-10 ; 
Sunday   School    Supt.    Lehi. 


GEORGE   GODDARD 

Born  Dec.  5,  1815,  Leicester,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1852.  Presiding  Bishop; 
Member  Tabernacle  Choir. 


JOSEPH    GODDARD 

Son    of    George    Goddard    and    Elizabeth 
Harrison.      Born  April   5,  1843. 


HYRUM  HARRISON  GODDARD 
'"n    of    George    Goddard    and    Elizabeth 
jarrison.      Born  Jan.    3,   1857.      Secretary 
".  -M.  M.   I.  A.     Railroad   Contractor. 


BRIGHAM    HARRISON    GODDARD 
Son    of    George    Goddard    and     Elizabeth 
Harrison.       Born    Sept.     28,     1859.       High 
Priest.     Insurance. 


JOSEPH  GODFREY 

Born  March  1,  1800,  Bristol,  Somerset- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  October, 
1852,  David  Wood  Company.  Counselor 
to  Bishop  Thomas  Dunn. 


JAMES  WILLIS  GOODRIDGE 
;!orn    at     Haverhill,     Essex     Co.,     Mass, 
•ought   first   woolen   mill    machinery    to 
1  by  oxteam  about  1852. 


WILLIAM   WILLIS    GOODRIUGE 
Son  of  James  Willis  Goodridge  and  Eliza 
Frances      Deuel.      Born     Jan.      16,      1872, 
Kamas,   Utah.      Seventy. 


SAMUEL  GRANGE 

Born  Feb.  11,  1826,  Yorkshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1852.  High  Priest;  Ward 
Teacher. 


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SAMUEL    STEVENSON   GRANGE 
Son  of  Samuel  Grange  and  Esther  Steven- 
son.      Born    Dec.     25,    1864,     Springville, 
Utah.      Seventy ;    Ward    Teacher.      Mem- 
ber Town   Council.      Farmer. 


ULYSSES  WALLACE  GRANGE 


Son  of  Samuel  Grange  and  Esther  Steven- 
son. Born  Nov.  11,  1868,  Springville, 
Utah.  President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.;  Presi- 
dent High  Priests  Quorum  Emery  Stake. 


PETER  GREAVES 
Born    Aug.     26,    1837,    Patterson,    X. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    13,    1852,    Capta 
Howell       Company.         City      Councilm; 
Ephraim,  Utah. 


EVAN   MOLBOURNE   GREENE 
Born  Dec.  22,  1814,  Aurelius,  Cayuga  Co., 
N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  12,  1852,  Allen 
Weeks       Company.        Missionary ;       High 
Priest.      Mayor  of  Provo. 


EVAN   FLAVIUS   GREENE 
Son  of  Evan  M.   Green  and   Susan   Kent. 
Born  Feb.  22,  1838,  Kirtland,  Ohio.     High 
Priest ;  Assistant  Sunday  School  Superin- 
tendent at  Spring  Dale.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  GREENWOOD 
Born    March    4,    1819,    Hepinstall,    E. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852,  Benjamin  Gardi' 
Company.      High    Priest. 


BARNARD   HARTLEY    GREENWOOD 
Son  of  William  Greenwood  and  Ann  Hart- 
ley.    Born    Sept.   9,   1849,   Warsaw,   Han- 
cock Co.,  III.     Came  to  Utah  with  father. 
Bishop    Inverury    Ward. 


HARTLEY    GREENWOOD 
Son   of    Barnard    Hartley   Greenwood    and 
Eunice     Howd.       Born     March     13,     1873, 
Beaver,    Utah.      Bishop    Inverury    Ward. 
Farmer. 


CARLOS  B.  GREENWOO: 
Son  of  Barnard  Hartley  Green  _ 
Eunice  Howd.  Born  Oct.  31,  1879. 
verury,  Utah.  Bishop  Inverury  vv 
President  Central  Rural  Telephone  Co 


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JOSHUA  GREENWOOD 
s,,n    of     William    Greenwood     and     Alice 
IUU-IH..H       Born    July    29,    1860,    Ameri- 
can Fork,   Utah.     Mayor;   City  Attorney. 


PATISON   DELOSS    GRIFFETH 
Born  Jan.   3,   1824,  Orleans  County.  N.  Y. 
Came  to   Utah   in   October,   1851,   William 
H.  Walton  Company.     Counselor   to  Bish- 
op William  Hyde. 


THOMAS   C.    HADDON 
Born  Dec.  25,  1815,  Norfolk,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1852,  A.  O.  Smoot  Company,  feun- 
dav   School    Supt ;   High   Priest.      Farmer. 


JAMES    HAGUE 

Son  of  James  Hague,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1852,  and  Sarah  Ann  Beaver.  Born 
Jan  28,  1844.  Business  man. 


CHARLES    H.    HALES 
Born   June    17,   1817,   Kent,  Reinham  Co., 
in™     Came   to   Canada,    1832.      Seventy. 
Farmer. 


JOSEPH    LOCKWOOD    HALES 
Son   of   Charles   H    Hales   and   Julia   Ann 
Lockwood.      Born    Jan.    16,    18ol,    OBriei 
Grove,   Decatur  Co.,  Iowa.     Came  to  Utah 
in  September,   1852. 


JOHN    C.    HALL 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


'ABRAHAM  HALLADAY 
Born     Aug.     20,     1824,     Flllongley,     Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1852,  with  Warren 
Snow  Company.     High  Councilman.      Clt> 
Councilman. 


ABRAHAM  E.  HALLADAY 
Son  of  Abraham  Halladay  and  Mary  Ann 
Beesley.     Born  Feb.  17,  1856,  Provo,  Utah. 
Farmer. 


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JOSEPH    HIRAM    HANCOCK 
Son  of  James  Hancock,  who  came  to  Utah 
in   1852,  and  Ann  Melsom  Hughes.     Born 
April  27,  1849,  Bradford,  Yorkshire,  Eng. 
High   Priest.      Farmer. 


HANS  F.   HANSEN 

Born  April  23,  1831,  Kairerod,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  26,  1852.  Stone  cut- 
ter on  Salt  Lake  and  Logan  Temples. 
Missionary  to  Denmark. 


PETER  ORSON  HANSEN 
Born  March    3,    1860,   at   Salt   Lake  Cit 
Monument  dealer  and  cut  stone  contracto 


ELISHA    PHILBROOK   HARDY 
Born  July  26,  1837,  Camden,  Maine.  Came 
to   Utah    in    1852,    Benjamin    Gardner    Co. 


JOSIAH  G.  HARDY 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


CHARLES  W.  HARDY 
Born  July  28,  1843,  Groveland,  Mas: 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  High  Pries 
County  Surveyor  eight  years. 


MILTON  H.   HARDY 

Born  Sept.  26,  1844,  Groveland,  Mass. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Pioneer  in  educa- 
tion and  mutual  improvement  work. 


GEORGE  HENRY  ABBOTT  HARRIS 
Born    Dec.    7,    1830,    Ilfracombe,    Devon- 
shire,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah   Oct.   2,   1852, 
Henry  Miller  Company.     High  Priest. 


BEKNICE  R.  HARRIS 
Son  of  George  Henry  Abbott  Harris  an> 
Sarah     Loader.      Born     March     6,     186 1 
Pleasant     Grove,     Utah.     Bishop     Salen 
Ward.  Idaho. 


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JOHN  ISAAC  HART 
orn    Dec.    11,    1826,    Tauton,    Somerset- 
lire,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.   11,  1852, 
eorge      Kendall      Ten-pound      Company, 
ishop  West  Weber  Ward. 


ELLIOTT  HARTWELL 
Born    July    11,     1820,    in    Massachusetts. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853.    Seventy. 


WILLIAM  JOHN  HAWLEY 
Born  Nov.  25,  1803,  Fishkill,  N.  Y.     Came 
to  Utah   in   1852,   James   Snow   Company. 
Built  first  road  in  American  Fork  Canyon. 


THOMAS  HICKEN 

orn  June  15,  1826.  Came  to  Utah  in 
!52,  Eli  B.  Kelsey  Company.  Black 
awk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN   HENRY    HICKEN 
Son    of    Thomas    Hicken    and    Catherine 
Pewkes.       Born     June     14,     1859,     Provo, 
Utah.     High  Councilor. 


GEORGE    W.    HIGLEY 
Born    Dec.    29,    1801.      Came   to    Utah    In 
1852.     Bowlturner ;  Farmer. 


JOHN   HUGH   HILTON 
>"of  Hugh  Hilton,  who  came  to  Utah  in 

5<fRd  Isabella  Pilkington.     Born  Nov. 
M        .L  at   Salt   Lake   C'ty-      Presiding 

*  Abraham    Branch   Hinckley   Ward. 


JESSE   HOBSON 

Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1852,  Benja- 
min Gardner  Company. 


ELIAS  WILLIS  HOWELL 
Son   of   Edmonci    W.    Howell.      Born   April 
29,  1836,  Loner  Island,   New  York.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1852.     Farmer. 


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THOMAS  C.   D.   HOWELL 
Born  Feb.   22,  1814,  Wayne  County,  N.  C. 
Came  to  Utah  in   1852.      Member  Mormon 
Ba_ttalion.      Captain    of    3rd    Company    of 


HENRY  N.  HOWELL, 
Son  of  Thomas   C.   D.   Howell  and   Sarah 
Stuart.      Born    May    23,    1840,    Yorkville, 
Tenn.  Postmaster  of  Clifton,  Idaho  17  yrs. 


AMOS  HUNT 

Born  Feb.  18,  1819,  Muklingburg,  K 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1852,  Benjaiu 
Gardner  Company. 


ADAM    PATTERSON    HUNTER 
Born   April    16,    1818,    Fifeshire,    Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  13,   1852.     Worked  on 
Salt  Lake  Temple  Quarry  1852-79  ;   Elder. 


DAVID  P.  HUNTER 

Son  of  Adam  Patterson  Hunter  and  Eliza- 
beth Patterson.  Born  Oct.  15,  1845,  Fife- 
shire,  Scotland. 


MORGAN  HUGHES 
Born   Oct.    30,    1824,   in   Wales.     Came 
Utah  1852.     Seventy.     Farmer  an.l  -St" 
raiser. 


WILLIAM  B.  HUGHES 
Son  of  Morgan  Hughes  and  Hannah 
Davis.  Born  Feb.  27.  1859,  Spanish  Fork, 
Utah.  Utah  County  Commissioner;  Span- 
ish Fork  Councilman.  Wholesale  Com- 
mission Merchant. 


HENRY  CLARK  JACKSON 
Born    June    3,    1819,    Gainsborough,    Lin- 
colnshire,   Engr.      Came    to    Utah    Oct.    7, 
1852,    James   C.    Snow    Company.      Bishop 
of  Paradise  1873-76. 


HENRY  WILLIAM  JACKSON 
Son    of    Henry    Clark    Jackson    and    A 
Oades.      Born    July    24,    1851,    Kanesvil 
Iowa.       Bishop    of    Avon    1891-94;    Hi 
Councilor  in   Fremont  Stake. 


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THO.MAS   .IKNKINS 

iurn  in  1808,  Lancaster  County,  Pa. 
•ame  to  Utah  in  1852.  Hish  Priest. 
•;lack.--niith  and  Farmer. 


BRYANT   HEBER   JOLLEY 
Son  of  Henry  Bryant  Manning  Jolley  and 
Brittania     Mayo.       Born     Feb.     26,     1851, 
Council  Bluffs,  Iowa.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
15,  1852. 


MERLIN   JONES 

Born  May  16,  1795,  North  Haven,  Conn. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  IB,  1852,  Capt.  Tklwell 
Company. 


MILES  HUDSON  JONES 
'on    of    Merlin    Jones    and    Roxana    Ives. 
'.urn  Jan.    27,    1835,   North    Haven,   Conn, 
'ame   to    Utah    Sept.    15,    1852.      Assisted 
mmigration   to   Utah. 


MILES    L.    JONES 

Son  of  Miles  Hudson  Jones  and  Ann  Eliza- 
beth Rollins.  Born  Oct.  31,  1866,  Ogden, 
Utah.  Bishop  of  Seventh  Ward.  Presi- 
dent Seventies.  High  Councilman. 


JOHN  JORDAN 

Born  Jan.  4,  1812.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 
High  Priest.  Black  Hawk  and  Walker 
Indian  Wars  Veteran.  Farmer  and  Stone- 
mason. 


JOHN  PHILIPS  JORDAN 
Son   of   John   Jordan   and    Cyntha    Eliza- 
Philips.       Born    Aug.     31,     1845,    in 
Michigan.     Elder.     Farmer. 


JOSEPH    HYRUM   JORDAN 
Son  of  John  Jordan  and  Eliza  Humphreys 
Robins.      Born    June    4,    1856,    Springville, 
Utah. 


DANIEL  HUTCHINSON  KEELER 
Born    July    25,     1811,     Pembroke,    N.    J. 
Came   to    Utah    in    September,    1852,    with 
Horace      S.      Eldridge      Company.      High 
Priest ;   Builder. 


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JOSEPH  BRIGHAM  KBELER 
Son  of  Daniel  Keeler  and  Ann  B.  Brown. 
Born    Sept.    8,    1855,    at    Salt    Lake    City. 
High   Priest ;    Bishop ;   Utah   Stake   Presi- 
dent ;  Author. 


JAMES  JOSEPH  KEEP 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.     Mason. 


ELI  B.  KELSEY 
Born  Oct.  27,  1819.  Came  to  Utah  i 
September,  1852.  President  43rd  Quorui 
Seventies.  Miner. 


ROBERT  EDSOX  KING 
Son  of  John  Morris  King  and  Sarah  Ann 
Jewell.     Born  Nov.  1,  1834,  Chagrin  Falls, 
Cuyahoga  Co.,  Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
17,   1852,  John  Tidwell  Company. 


JOHN  E.  KING 

Son  of  Robert  Ed  son  King  and  Margretta 
Lemon.      Born  Feb.   25,   1856. 


WILLIAM   KING 

Son  of  Robert  Edson  King  and  Margrett 
Lemon.  Born  April  12,  1858. 


WILLIAM   KNUDSON 

Born  Jan.  26,  1834,  Copenhagen,  Den- 
mark. Came  to  Utah  Oct.  16,  1852. 
Settled  at  Brlgham  City  in  1854.  Took 
part  in  Echo  Canyon  Trouble. 


CHARLES    WILLIAM    KNUDSON 
Son    of     William     Knudson    and     Lauria 
Amelia  Christensen.     Born  Jan.   18,   1855, 
Briprham  City,  Utah.     Fruit  and   Produce 
Dealer. 


SUEL  LAMB 

Born  March  1,  1833,  Huron,  Wayne  Ct 
N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  October,  185 
James  Snow  Company.  Bishop's  Coui 
selor. 


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GEORGE  LAUB 

Born  Oct.  5,  1814,  Lancaster  County,  Pa. 
^ame  to  Utah  in  1852.  Worked  as  Car- 
penter on  Salt  Lake  Theatre. 


CHARLES   LAYTON 

Born  April  6,  1832,  Sandford,  Lincoln- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Sev- 
enty. 


CHRISTOPHER    E.    LAYTON 
Son    of    Charles    Layton    and    Sarah    A. 
Crockett.    Born  in  September,  1867,  Kays- 
ville,     Utah.     Bishop ;     High     Counselor. 
Merchant. 


CHRISTOPHER  LAYTON 
rather   of   David    E.    Layton    of   Layton, 

Itah. 


ISAAC  LEE 
12,    1826,    Randolph  .County, 

Seventy. 


Born    Sept. 

Ind.     Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


WILLIAM  LEFEVRE 

Son  of  John  LeFevre  and  Ann  Dalton  of 
Crowland,  Eng.  Born  Aug.  31,  1833, 
Crowland,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17, 
1852. 


GEORGE   E.    LINDSAY 
ion  of  Edwin   Reuben   Lindsay   and   Ta- 
•n      T9raeun-     B°™  April  4,  1855,  Kays- 
i"e,  Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM  BUCKMINSTER  LINDSAY 
Son  of  William  Buckminster  Lindsay  and 
Sarah  Myers.     Born  Dec.  25,  1821,  Leeds, 
Upper   Canada.      Came   to   Utah   in   1852. 
Member  Nauvoo  Legion. 


EDGAR    MONROE    LINDSAY 
Son  of  William  Buckminster  Lindsay  and 
Julia   Parks.      Born   Jan.    17,    1857,    Kays- 
ville,   Utah.      Ordained   Bishop  of  Nounan 
Ward   Aug.    7,    1897. 


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WARREN   P.   LINDSAY 
Son  of  William  Buckminster  Lindsay,  Jr., 
and    Julia    Parks.       Born    July    22/1862. 
Bishop.      Farmer  and   Merchant. 


PHILEMON  LINDSAY 

Son  of  William  Buckminster  Lindsay,  Jr., 
and  Permelia  Blaekman.  Born  Aug.  23, 
1857,  Kaysville,  Utah.  Ordained  Bishop 
of  Ovid,  Idaho,  1888.  County  Com- 
missioner. 


STEPHEN  H.  LOVE 
Son  of  David  Love  and  Margaret  Hume 
Born  Jan.  15,  1865,  at  Salt  Lake  Cit 
State  Senator. 


SAMUEL  LUFKIN 

Born  June  22,  1788,  Chelmsford,  Mass. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1852,  Blind 
Lennard  Company.  High  Priest ;  Super- 
intendent Sunday  School,  Lehi,  Utah. 


GEORGE    WASHINGTON    LUFKIN 
Son  of  Samuel  Lufkin  and  Eleanor  John- 
son.      Born    June    30,    1831,    Lincoln,    Vt. 
High  Priest.     Walker  Indian  War  Veteran. 
Furniture  Merchant :  Farmer. 


CHARLES   H.    LUFKIN 
Son     of     Samuel     Lufkin     and     Elean; 
Johnson.      Born  July  18,  1839. 


WILLIAM    S.    LORDS 

Born  Oct.  13,  1820,  in  Massachusetts. 
Drummer  Boy  and  Soldier,  U.  S.  Army,  10 
years.  Captain  in  Black  Hawk  War. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


JOHN    MENZIES    MACFARLANE 
Born   Oct.   11,   1833,  Stirling,   Stirlingshire, 
Scotland.      Came   to    Utah    in    1852,   Abra- 
ham O.   Smoot  Company. 


ISAAC  CHANCEY  MACFARLANE 
Son  of  Jphn  Menzies  MacFarlane  and  A 
Chatterley.  Born  Nov.  5,  1855,  Ced 
City,  Utah. 


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DANIEL  JAMES  MACKINTOSH 
T  of  Daniel   Mackintosh   and   Elizabeth 
;les  Hogg. 


SAMUEL  MACKEY 

Rnrn  Sent  3  1806,  Lancaster,  Pa.  Came 
?o  mat?  Oct.  28,'  1852,  Isaac  Stewart 
Company. 


SAMUEL  MACKEY,  JR. 
Son  of   Samuel  Mackey  and  F*°«*«  " 
kinson.      Born   June   7,    1844,    Namoo, 


JAMES  MACKNIOHT 
rn  on  Irish  Channel  Islands.     Came  to 
ah  in  1852. 


JOSEPH     FIELDING    MACKNIGHT 
Son  of  James  MacKnight  ami   Mary  Ann 
Fielding.       Born    July    20,    18/2,    at    bait 
Lake  City.     Member  First  Quorum  Seven- 
ties  Uintah    Stake. 


JOSEPH    ESLEM    MANGUM 
Son    of    John    Mangum    and    Mary    Ann 
Adair.       Born     Dec.     12,     1850      in    Iowa 
Came    to    Utah    in    October,    1852.      High 
Priest. 


JOHN  WORKLEY  MANWILL 
in   May   8,   1791,    in   Maine.      Came   to 
ah   about    Sept.    9,    1852,    Capt.    Jolley 
>mpany. 


JOHN    FERRINGTON   MANWILL 
Born  Dec.  2,  1832,  Oxford  County,  Maine. 
Resides    at    Payson,    Utah.      Elder ,    Sev- 
enty ;  High  Priest. 


THOMAS  MATHIAS 

Born  June  6,  1808,  Caermarthenshire, 
Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852,  William 
Morgan  Company. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1852 


JONAH  MATHIAS 

Son  of  Thomas  Mathias  and  Margaret 
Williams.  Born  July  30,  1843,  Caermar- 
thenshire,  South  Wales.  Mayor  of  Brig- 
ham  City  1895-97. 


JAMES  MAY 

Born  June  1,  1832,  Chievely,  Berkshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  14,  1852,  with 
Eli  B.  Kelsey  Company. 


JAMES  IRA  MAY 

Son  of  James  May  and  Martha  Allen  II 
Born  Nov.  29,  1857,  Bountiful,  Utah.  .M 
sionary  to  Southern  States.  Bish 
Jackson  Ward. 


AMOS  MAYCOCK 

Son  of  James  Maycock  and  Esther  Berry. 
Born  May  1,  1836,  Warwickshire,  •  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Bishop,  North 
Ogden,  Utah. 


JAMES  AMOS  MAYCOCK 
Son  of  Amos  Maycock  and  Mary  Humph- 
reys.     Born      April.      1864,      North      Og- 
den, Utah.     Ward  Teacher.     School  Trus- 
tee.    Fruit  Grower  and  Farmer. 


JOHN  EDWIN  MAYCOCK 
Son  of  Amos  Maycock  and  Mary  Hum] 
reys.      Born    April    16,    1868,    North    c 
den,  Utah.      Member  38th  Quorum  Si-u 
ties.     Farmer  and   Fruit  Grower. 


JOHN  MAYCOCK 
Born  in  Warwickshire,  Eng. 
Utah  in  1852.  Farmer. 


JESSE  HUGHES    McCARREL 

Came    to          Born  March  26,  1825,  in  Louisana.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1862,  the  Oxteam  Company. 


JOHN  McDANIEL. 

Born  in  1812.  in  Ohio.  Came  to  Ut: 
Oct.  29,  1852,  Isaac  Stewart  Compan 
Pioneer  of  Alpine,  Utah,  1850. 
Priest.  Farmer. 


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GEO.   WASHINGTON   McDANIEL 
i    of    John     McDaniel     and     Christine 
cker.     Born  in  1844,  Hancock  County, 
Came  to  Utah   Oct.   29,   1852.     High 
est.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM    McIXTOSH 
Born   Sept.    16,    1819.      Came   to   Utah   in 
1852.     High  Priest. 


WILLIAM  McKEE 

Born  in  1825  in  Pennsylvania.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1852,  Captain  Oxteam  Company. 
Seventy.  Farmer. 


ROBERT  McKELL 

1  n  Feb.  23,  1823,  Glasgow,  Scotland. 
(  tie  to  Utah  in  1852,  Capt.  Tidwell  Com- 
1  y.  Pioneer  Blacksmith  of  Spanish 
i  k,  Utah.  Indian  Fighter. 


ROBERT  W.  McKELL 
Born  Nov.   16,   1856,   Spanish  Fork,  Utah. 
Bishop.      City     Councilman     of     Spanish 
Fork,  Utah. 


ROBERT   McMICHAEL 
Born    Aug.     9,     1811,     Ireland.       Came    to 
Utah    Sept.    3,    1852,    Abraham    O.    Smoot 
Company. 


WM.  McMICHAEL 
Born  Feb.  9,  1842,  in  Scotland. 


JAMES  McMURRAY 

Born  at  Hogestown,  Pa.,  Dec.  24,  1829. 
High  Priest ;  Second  Councilor  in  Liberty 
Ward,  Stake  of  Zion,  for  a  number  of 
years. 


WILLIAM  MEEKS 

Born  in  1815,  Spencer  County,  Ind.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1852,  Capt.  Nisonger  Company. 


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PIONEERS   AND    PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1852 


WILLIAM  WELLS  MEGUIRE 
Born  June   25,    1809,   Chester  County,    Pa. 
Came    to    Utah    in    1852,    Captain    Curtis 
Company.      Seventy.      Justice    of    Peace ; 
Postmaster  ;  School  Teacher. 


THOS.    MEXDENHALL 
Born    March    10,    1806,    Wilmington,    Del. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    15,    1852,    Captain 
Wood      Company.      Pioneer     of      Spanish 
Fork,  Utah,  and   Franklin,  Idaho. 


GEORGE  MADISON  MENDEXHAI, 
Son  of  Thomas  Mendenhall  and  .M; 
Ann  Synix.  Born  Sept.  2!i,  1830,  V 
mington.  Mercer  Co.,  Del.  Early  s.-tt 
at  Spanish  Fork,  Utah* 


ARTHUR    JOHN    MENDENHALL 
Son   of   George   Madison    Mendenhall   an  1 
Celestia  Ann  Mecham.     Born  June  3,  1878, 
Dayton,   Idaho.      Assistant   Sunday    School 
Superintendent ;  Missionary.     Farmer. 


THOS.    MEXDENHALL 
Son  of  Thomas  Mendenhall  and  Mary  Ann 
Synix.      Born    Feb.    18,    1844,    Xauvoo,    111. 
Indian    War    Veteran. 


WM.  HENRY  MEXDEXHALL 
Son    of    Thomas    Mendenhall    ami    L 
Smart.       Born     Nov.     21,     1873.     I'r,-; 
Idaho.  Bishop,  Oneida  Stake;  Fir^t  Co 
selor  in   Stake   Presidency. 


WM.    MENDENHALL 

Born  April  8,  1815,  Mill  Creek  Hundred, 
Newcastle,  Co.,  Del.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
18,  1852.  .Seventy. 


RICHARD   LOVELL    MENDENHALL 
Son    of    William    Mendenhall    and    Sarah 
Lovell.      Born  Aug.   19,   1845,   Nauvoo,   111. 
Missionary.     Marshal,  Springville.     Indian 
War  Veteran.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


RICHARD  LOVELL  MENI'KXHAL 

JR. 

Son    of    Richard    Lovell    Mendenhall 
Maria    Catherine    Boyer.      Born    N 
1873,   Springville.   Utah.     Elder:   Presl  i 
over  East  Kentucky  Conference. 


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ALBERT  MERRILL 
>rn   July    17,    1815,    Long   Island,    N.    Y. 
mi.-    t"    Utah    Sept.    13,     1852,    Captain 
well    Company.       President    16th    Quo- 
nties.      Farmer. 


CLARENCE  MERRILL 
Son   of  Albert  Merrill   and   Margaret  Ann 
Richardson.      Born    May    18,    1841,    South 
Norwalk,    Pairfleld    Co.,    Conn.      Came   to 
Utah  in  September,  1852. 


MARION  MERRILL 

Son  of  Albert  Merrill  and  Margaret  Ann 
Richardson.  Born  March  29,  1853,  Provo, 
Utah.  Mine  Owner  at  Deep  Creek,  Utah. 


JOSEPH  MERRILL 
>rn  in  1847,  Council  Bluffs,  Iowa.     Came 
Utah   in    1852,    Capt.   Weeks   Company, 
ffh   ' ''  mncilor. 


HYRUM  W.  MIKESELL 
Born  June   13,   1812,  Montgomery  County, 
Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  15,  1852.     Pres- 
ident  15th   Quorum  Seventies. 


WILLIAM  H.    MILLER 
Son  of  Henry  W.  Miller  and  Elmira  Pond. 
Born    Dec.    23,    1838,    Quincy,    111.      Came 
to  Utah  in  1852.    Fruit  Grower  and  Stock- 
raiser. 


\VILLIAM   M.   MILLER 
n  of  William  H.  Miller  and  Helen  Hin- 
Born    Feb.    12,    1861,    Farmington, 
•     Farmer. 


HENRY  WILLIAM  MILLER 
Born  May  1,  1807,  Lexington,  Greene  Co., 
N.    Y.       Came    to    Utah    in    1852.       High 
Priest :    High    Councilor.       Member    Iowa 
State    Legislature.      Lawyer. 


ARNOLD    DANIEL    MILLER 
Son  of  Henry  William  Miller  and  Elmira 
Pond.        Born     March     2,      1852,     Council 
Bluffs,     Iowa.     Bishop     of     St.     Anthony 
Ward. 


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ARNOLD  DANIEL  MILLER,  JR. 
Son    of   Arnold    Daniel    Miller   and    Mary 
Jane    Laub.       Born    Oct.     23,     1874,     St. 
George,   Utah.      Bishop ;   Assistant   Super- 
intendent  Sunday   School  ;    Missionary. 


EDWARD  EPHRAIM  MONTAGUE 
Son   of  Levi   W.   Montague,  who  came   to 
Utah  in  1852,  and  Elizabeth  D.  U.  Graves. 
Born  April   1,  1866,  Payson,  Utah.     Ward 
Teacher  ;  Elder.     School  Trustee  ;  Farmer. 


JOHN  MONTAGUE 
Father    of    T.    A.    Montague    of    Prestc 
Idaho. 


WILLIAM  MORGAN 

Born  in  1831.  Came  to  Utah  in  October, 
1852,  William  Morgan  Company.  High 
Priest. 


EDWARD  MORGAN  JOHN  MORRILL 

Son  of  William  Morgan  and  Mary  Treharn.          Son    of   Laban   Morrill    and    Permelia 
Born  Jan.  1,  1842,  Merthyr  Tydfll,  Wales.          Drury.       Born     Feb.     21,     1848,     Gar< 

Grove,  Iowa.    Came  to  Utah  in  1852,  Iii 
iel  McArthur  Company. 


LABAN  D.   MORRILL 
Son    of   Laban    Morrill    and    Permelia   H. 
Drury.      Born    Oct.    4,    1850,    Keg    Creek, 
Iowa.     Came   to   Utah   in   1852.     Bishop's 
Counselor.     Farmer. 


JOHN  MORRIS 

Came    to    Utah    Oct.    2,    1853,    Joseph    A. 
Young  Company. 


ELIAS  MORRIS 

Son  of  John  Morris  and  Barbara  Thorr 
Born    June    30,    1825,    Llanfair,   Talha: 
Denbighshire,     North     Wales.       Came   ' 
Utah  Nov.  1,  1852.     Bishop  15th  Ward. 


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NEPHI  LOWELL  MORRIS 
of  Elias  Morris  and  Mary  L.  Walker. 
•n   Oct.    2,    1870,    at    Salt    Lake    City. 
sident  Salt  Lake  Stake.    Member  State 
islature. 


RICHARD  V.  MORRIS 

Son  of  John  Morris  and  Barbara  Thomas. 
Born  Sept.  3,  1830.  Came  to  Utah  in  1855. 
Bishop  of  19th  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


JOHN  MORRISON 

Son  of  John  Morrison  and  Sarah  Mark 
Born  Aug.  15,  1844,  Nauvoo,  III.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  16,  1852,  Eli  B.  Kelsey  Com- 
pany. Elder.  Mechanic. 


JOSEPH   MORRISON 

Son  of  John  Morrison  and  Sarah  Mark. 
Born  Nov.  25,  1846,  Plymouth,  Iowa. 
High  Priest.  Freighter. 


GEORGE   LEO   MORRISON 
Son  of  Joseph  Morrison  and  Lucy  Annie 
Henson.      Born    May    9,    1884,    Franklin, 
Idaho.     Agriculturist. 


DAVID  MUSTARD 

S  \aiu}y  6i  1819.  Blairgowrie,  Pertshire, 
A  £„„  tC£me  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1852 
V  ra™  ComPany.  Echo  Canyon  War 


GEORGE  AUGUSTUS  NEAL 
Born    Oct.    3,    1794,    in    New    Hampshire. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.     High  Priest ;  Mis- 
sionary to  White  Mountains.     Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM  COOLEY  NEAL 
Son  of  George  Augustus  Neal  and  Asen- 
ath  Cooley.     Born  July  1,  1828,  Cambria, 
N.  Y.     High  Priest. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1852 


WILLIAM  DALTON    NEAL 
Son    of    William    Cooley    Neal    and    Ann 
Eliza   Dalton.      Born   Jan.   31,   1869. 


ANDREW  NELSEN 

Born  March  8,  1834,  Veile,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Black  Hawk  In- 
dian War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


ERASTUS  NELSEX 
Son  of  Andrew  Nelsen  and  Camilla  .Mi 
Born  Jan.  29,  1872,  Manti,  Utah.     Fai 
and    Dairyman. 


ANDREW  NELSEN,  JR. 
Son  of  Andrew  and   Metta  Nelsen. 


DAVID  NELSON 
Born  in  1801,  Shrewsbury,  Worcester  Co., 
Mass.       Came    to    Utah    Sept.     16,     1852, 
Thomas    Ticlwcll    Company. 


JAMES  HORACE 
Son  of  David  Nelson  and  Mary  Tli 
son  Miller.  Born  March  28.  1839,  . 
sonville,  111.  President  Seventies. 


CHARLES  ARTHUR  NELSON 
Son   of   David    Nelson   and   Sarah   Brown. 


ELLIOTT  ALFRED  NEWELL 
Born  AUK.   20,  1830,  Amboy,  N.  Y.     Came 
to   Utah    in    October,    1852.      Member   24th 
Quorum   Seventies.      Farmer. 


JOHN  NE\.» 

Son    of    Joseph    Newman    anil 
Hushes.     Born  Jan.  27,  1838,  in  ~ 
Blacksmith. 


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ALBERT  SAMUEL  NEWMAN 
n  of  John   Xe\yman  and   Sarah  Matilda 
irchant.     Born  Dec.  2,  1874,  Peoa,  Sum- 
t      Co.,       Utah.       Bishop's       Counselor, 
rmer. 


THOMAS   NIRDEN 

Born  in  Herefordshire,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1852,  Capt.  Clawson  Company. 
Farmer. 


ABRAM  NOE 

Born  Dec.  18,  1820,  "Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1852.  Indian 
War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  NUTTALL 
me  to  Utah  In  October,  1852.     Lived  at 
>vo,  Utah. 


LEONARD    JOHN    NUTTALL 
Son  of  William  Nuttall  and   Mary   Lang- 
horn.     Born  July   6,   1834,  Liverpool,  Eng. 
Came    to    Utah    in    October,    1852.    Presi- 
dent  Kanab   Stake  ;   Bishop. 


LEONARD  JOHN  NUTTALL,   JR. 
Son  of  Leonard   John   Nuttall  and   Eliza- 
beth Clarkson.     Born  Dec.   5,   1859,  Provo, 
Utah.     Justice  of  Peace  ;   President  123rd 
Quorum  Seventies. 


THOMAS  C.  NUTTALL 
1    ™  Le<>nard   John   Nuttall   and    Eliza- 

Clarkson.     Born  Oct.  19,  1862,  Proyo, 
in.     President  Elders  Quorum  ;   Assist- 

hunday   School    Superintendent. 

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HEBER  ODEKIRK 

Son  of  Isaac  Odekirk  and  Eliza  Dutcher. 
Born  Aug.  5,  1845,  Nauvoo,  111.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1852.  Teacher;  County  Commis- 
sioner ;  Farmer. 


ISAAC  FRANKLIN  ODEKIRK 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1852 


GEORGE  C.   ODBKIRK 
Son  of  Isaac  Franklin  Odekirk. 


DANIEL    PAGE 

Born  July  11,  1800,  Newport,  N.  J.  Came 
to  Utah  in  September,  1852.  High  Priest. 
Indian  War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  PAGE 

Son  of  Daniel  Page  and  Mary  Socwel 
Born  Feb.  6,  1830,  near  Newport,  N.  . 
High  Priest.  Mayor  Mt.  Pleasant.  It 
dian  War  Veteran. 


SAMUEL  R.  PAGE 
Son  of  Joseph  Page  and  Alice  Mills. 
Born  Feb.  12,  1884,  Mt.  Pleasant,  Utah. 
Deacon.  Farmer  and  Apiarist. 


JONATHAN  SOCWELL  PAGE 
Son    of   Daniel    Page    and    Mary    Socwell. 
Born  June  4,   1833,  Newport,  N.  J.     Patri- 
arch.    Veteran   Walker  and   Black  Hawk 
Indian  Wars. 


JONATHAN  SOCWELL  PAGE, 
Son  of  Jonathan  Socwell  Page  and  Ma 
Leaver.  Born  May  14,  1856,  at  Salt  La! 
City.  Bishop  Payson  Second  Ward.  Tn 
ident  Nebo  Stake.  Merchant ;  Farmer. 


JONATHAN"    SOCWELL   PAGE,    III. 
Son   of   Jonathan   Socwell    Page,   Jr.,    and 
Lilyus  M.  Curtis.      Born  Nov.   23,  1883. 


HAMILTON  GRAY  PARK 
Born   Nov.    25,    1826,   Kilbarnie,   Scotland. 
Came   to   Utah   in   1852.      President   High 
Priests  Quorum  of  Ensign  Stake. 


JOHN  PARKER 
Born  Aug.  17,  1775,  Chaigley  Lane,  Ei 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  29,  1852,  Capt.  Part 
Company.  High  Priest. 


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JOSHUA   PARKER 

3orn  Nov.  2,  1809,  New  York  City, 
^ame  to  Utah  Oct.  7,  1852,  Robert  Wimmer 
:ompany.  Seventy.  Block  Teacher. 
Carpenter  anil  Cabinetmaker. 


JOSEPH   PARRY 

Born  April  4,  1825,  Newmarket,  Flint- 
shire, North  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  Oct. 
3,  1852,  William  Morgan  Company.  Mem- 
ber High  Council  1880-1908. 


ROBERT  BURROWS  PATE 
Born  Feb.  27,  1801,  Hedge  End,  Marsden, 
Lancashire,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 
Priest. 


JACOB  G.   PATE 

ion  of  Robert  B.  Pate  and  Mary  Green- 
rood.  Born  March  4,  1844,  Hancock 
bounty,  111. 


ALONZO  PEARCE 

Born  Oct.  20,  1813,  Beckmantown,  Clinton 
Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1852, 
William  McGough  Company.  Farmer. 


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SYLVESTER  HENRY  PEARCE 
Son  of  Alonzo  Pearce  and   Esther  Angel. 
Born  March    13,    1843.      Came  to   Utah   in 
1852,  William  McGough  Company.     High 
Priest.     Railroad    Man. 


GEORGE    ALBERT    PEARCE 
Son  of  Sylvester  Henry   Pearce   and   Ro- 
'eltna   Melissa    Reynolds.      Born    July    5, 
'86,    Alpine,    Apache    Co.,    Ariz.      Ward 
secretary  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


HARRISON  G.  O.  PECK 
Born  Nov.  9,  1811,  Regoboth,  Mass.  Came 
to    Utah    in    1852,    Captain    Tidwell    Com- 
pany.     High   Priest.      Black  Hawk  Indian 
War  Veteran.     Farmer. 


S  > 

JOHN    PINCOCK 

Born  July  27,  1830,  Exton,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Aug.  28,  1852,  John  Parker  Com- 
pany. High  Priest.  High  Councilor. 
City  Councilman. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1852 


JOHN  EDMUND   PINCOCK 
Son   of  John  Pincock  and  Isabella  Doug- 
lass.    Born  Dec.  16,  1853,  Kaysville,  Utah. 
Bishop    of    Teton    Ward,    Idaho.      Sheriff ; 
Farmer. 


JAMES  H.   PINCOCK 

Son  of  John  Pincock  and  Isabella  Doug- 
lass. Born  Jan.  20,  1858,  Ogden,  Utah. 
High  Councilor.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


GEORGE    A.    PINCOCK 
Son  of  John  Pineock  and   Isabella   DOUK 
lass.      Born   March    1,    1865,   Ogden,   Uta! 
High  Councilor.     Farmer. 


FREDERICK   GARDNER 
Son  of  James  Gardner  and  Hannah  Gub- 
bins.      Born   Dec.    28,    1852,   Chalford   Hill, 
Eng. 


ROBERT  A.  POWELL 
Son  of  James  Powell  and   Jamima   Wim- 
mer.     Born  Oct.   13,   1839,  Adams  County, 
111.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  13,  1852.       Elder. 
School  Trustee  ;   Farmer. 


JOHN  AMON   POWELL 
Son   of  James   Powell   and   Jamima   Win 
mer.     Born  Nov.  27,   1844.     Came  to  I'ti 
in    1850.      Elder.      Served    in    Black   Haw 
War.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN  AMON  POWELL,  JR. 
Son    of    John    Amon    Powell    and    Hannah 
Matilda      Snyder.      Born      Oct.      4,      1864. 
Lambs'      Canyon,      Utah.      Elder.      Ward 
Teacher.     Farmer  :  Miner  ;  Stockraiser. 


MARK    PREECE 

Born  Sept.  1,  1839,  Rollston,  Hereford- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852,  Thom- 
as Tidwell  Company. 


MARK  HENRY   PREECE 
Son   of   Mark    Preece   and    Ellen   Comi; 
Born   Nov.    26,    1865,    Franklin,   Idaho. 


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ORSON    HYUE    PULSIPHER 
riorn   May    9,    1835,    Kirtland,   Ohio,   Came 
n  rtah  In  1852.      - 


GRANDISON  RAYMOND 
Born  May  25,  1818,  Liberty,  Sullivan  Co., 
N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


JOHN  D.   REESE 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


SHADRACH  RICHARDSON 
Born  Nov.   21,   1816,   Cumberland   County, 
Ky.     Came  to  Utah  in  1852,  Truman  and 
Tryon    Company.      Member    47th    Quorum 
Seventies. 


SHADRACH   M.   RICHARDSON 
Son   of  Shadrach   Richardson   and   Lavina 
Stewart.     Born  March  11,  1848,  Mills  Coun- 
ty,   Iowa.      High    Priest ;    Alternate   High 
Councilor  Nebo  Stake. 


EDWARD  RISHTON 

Born  Jan.  4,  1834,  Acorington,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  14,  1852,  Capt.  Cullio  Com- 
pany. Assisted  immigration  to  Utah. 


JEREMIAH  ROBEY 

Born  April  14,  1809,  Harrison  County,  W. 
va.  Came  to  Utah  in  August,  1852.  "High 
friest.  Carpenter. 


EDMUND  ROBINS 

Born  Feb.  27,  1828,  Cheltenham,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  28,  1852,  John  Parker 
Company.  Bishop.  Officer  in  State  Militia. 


EDMUND  ROBINS 

Born  at  Cheltenham,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah 
in  1854. 


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GEORGE  ROBINSON 

Born  Jan.  4,  1800,  Derbyshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1852,  Captain  Burbank 
Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  ROBINSON 

Son  of  George  Robinson.  Born  Sept.  25, 
1827,  Middleton,  Eng.  Member  69th 
Quorum  Seventies.  Cabinet  Maker. 


CHARLES KODEBACK 
Born  June  8,    1811.     Came  to  Utah  Aui 
28,     1852,     Independent    Company.      Hig 
Priest.     Indian  War  "Veteran.     Farmer. 


CHARLES  L.   RODEBACK 
Son  of  Charles  Rodeback  and  Jane  Mor- 
gan. Born  Nov.  29,  1851,  Kanesville,  Iowa. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father.     High  Priest. 


JAMES  RODEBACK 

Born  May,  1807,  Chester  County,  Pa.  Came 
to  Utah  1852,  Capt.  Uriah  Curtis  Company. 
Bishop's  Counselor ;  High  Priest.  Justice 
of  the  Peace. 


LORENZO  BARNES  RODEBACK 
Son     of     James     Rodeback     and     Phoe 
Beagle.    Born  March  11,  1843,  Nauvoo,  1 
Postmaster  at  Cedar  Valley,  Utah. 


RALPH  NEPHI  ROWLEY 
Born  April   1,  1824.     Came  to  Utah  1852, 
A.  O.  Smoot  Company.    High  Priest.    Ward 
Teacher.     Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Vete- 
ran.    Farmer;  Mason. 


JOHN  THOMPSON  ROWLEY 
Son  of  Ralph  Nephi  Rowley  and  Mary  Ann 
Thompson.     Born  Nov.   7,   1847,  Glasgow, 
Scotland.     Came  to  Utah  in  1850.     School 
Trustee. 


WILLIAM  J.  ROYLANCE 
Born  April"  19,  1819,  Lower  Peover,  CI 
shire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  August,  II 
Orson  Spencer  Company.  High  Pne 
Pioneer  Surveyor. 


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AARON  ROYLANCE 
>n  of  William  J.   Roylance  and  Martha 
met  Smith.      Born   Aug.    9,    1861,    North 
gden,  Utah. 


HEBER  C.   ROYLANCE 
Son  of  William   J.   Roylance  and   Martha 
Janet     Smith.       Born     March     30,     1869, 
Springville,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  GREENWOOD  RUSSELL 
Born   at   Liverpool,   Eng.      Came  to  Utah 
Oct.  3,  1852,  Isaac  Bullock  Company.   Pre- 
siding Elder  at  Rush  Valley  and  Kamas. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


ALLEN  RUSSELL 

m  of  Johnathan   Russell,   who   came   to 
tah   Sept.   24,   1852,   and   Nancy  Wilson, 
jrn  Nov.  1,  1824,  China,  Genesee  Co.,  N. 
High  Councilor ;  Patriarch. 


HORACE  RUSSELL 

Son  of  Johnathan  Russell  and  Nancy  Wil- 
son. Born  March  10,  1831,  Shelby,  Ma- 
comb  Co.,  Mich.  Minuteman.  Farmer. 


DANIEL  C.  RUSSELL 
Son    of    Horace    Russell    and    Lydia    Ann 
Hobson.      Born    July    10,    1865,    Fillmore, 
Utah.     Presiding  Elder  Fairview   Branch, 
San  Luis  Stake. 


CHARLES  D.    SEARLE 
?™  Oct-  26,  1834,  Mississippi.     Came  to 
i   with   father    in    1852.      Veteran    of 
ack  Hawk  Indian  War.     Farmer. 


SAMUEL  SCRIGGINS 
Came    to    Utah    1852,     Lorenzo    Johnson 
Company. 


ABRAHAM    SHAW 

Born  Dec.  8,  1808,  Ruthle,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Black  Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran.  Water  Master  in 
Eastfield  Irrigation  Co. 


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ABRAHAM  SHAW,  JR. 
Son    of    Abraham    Shaw    and    Jane    Law- 
renson.     Born  Jan.  13,  1860,  Provo,  Utah.. 


STEPHEN    SHELLEY 

Born  Feb.  14,  1849,  Bobbington,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  13,  1852,  Independent 
Company.  Watermas-tcr.  Farmer. 


JOHN  SHIELDS 

Born    April    3,    1805,    Renfrewshire,    Sc 
land.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  12,  1852. 


THEODORE  CURTIS   SIHRINE 
Born    Oct.    27,    1840,    Cold    Springs,    N.    Y. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  Capt.  Foote  Company. 
Assisted  in  building  Canals.     Elder. 


JAMES  CURTIS  SIRRINE 
Son  of  Theodore  Curtis  Sirrine  and  Laura 
Holmes.    Born  March   24,  1880,  Mesa,  Ariz. 
Missionary    to   Southwestern    States    1899- 
1902.     Seventy. 


GEORGE  EDWARD  SIRRINE 
Dingle,  Idaho. 


GEORGE   WAKRK.N   SIRRINE 
Dingle,  Idaho. 


JAMES  WAKKKN   SIRRINE 
Dingle,  Idaho. 


RICHARD   SLAT1CR 
Born    Feb.    2,   1812.      Came  to  I'tah   1 
Thomas     Howell     Company.       Resides 
Slatervllle,  Utah.     Farmer. 


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THOMAS   SLATER 

n  of  Richard  Slater  and  Ann  Corbridge. 
rn  June  4,  1835,  Lancashire,  Eng. 


THOMAS   SHARRATT   SMART 
Born   Sept.    14,    1823,    Stonewall,    Stafford- 
shire,  Eng.      Came  to  Utah   Sept.   4,   1852. 
Bishop's       Counselor ;       High       Councilor. 
Farmer  and   Stockraiser. 


THOMAS  SMART 

Son  of  Thomas  S.  Smart  and  Ann  Hayter. 
Born  Dec.  16,  1853,  American  Fork,  Utah. 
Pres.  and  Director  First  National  Bank, 
Ogden.  Philanthropist. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  SMART 
n  of  Thomas   Sharratt   Smart  and   Ann 
lyter.    Born  April  6,  1862,  Franklin,  Ida- 
.     Pres.   Uinta,   Duchesne  and  Wasatch 
akes ;  Missionary. 


JOHN   B.    SMITH 

Born  Jan.  19,  1829,  Ayrshire,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Bishop's  Counselor. 
Participated  in  Echo  Canyon  Trouble. 


ADAM   G.    SMITH 

Son  of  John  B.  Smith  and  Margaret  Gib- 
son. Born  Feb.  14,  1852,  Council  Bluffs, 
Iowa.  Bishop  Marion  Ward.  Commis- 
sioner Idaho  County. 


MOSES  M.  SMITH 

"i    of   Adam    G.    Smith    and    Martha    S. 
tm       Born    April    29,    1874.      Bishop's 
elor  ;  Missionary.     Assessor  and  Col- 
«or  Cassia  County. 


GEORGE  WASHINGTON  SNOW 
Came  to  Utah  with  oxteam.     High  Priest. 
Lawyer  ;  Cooper.     Agent  for  Geo.  A.  Lowe 
Hardware  Co. 


JOHN  C.   SNOW 

Son  of  James  C.  Snow  and  Eliza  Ann  Car- 
ter. Born  June  28,  1840,  Lima,  111.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  9,  1852.  Lieutenant  in  State 
Militia. 


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NATHAN  STAKER 

Born  1801,  Pickering,  Can.  Came  to  Utah 
November,  1852,  Henry  Miller  Company. 
Missionary ;  Pres.  High  Priests  Quorum. 
Farmer. 


ALMA  STAKER 

Son  of  Nathan  Staker  and  Jane  Richmond. 
Born  June  15,  1837.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 
Indian  War  Veteran.  Member  United 
Order;  High  Priest. 


ALEXANDER  SCHOBY  STANDLE 
Father  of  the  wife  of  Wallace  K.  Bi; 
ham  of  Richmond,  Utah.  Born  May 
1800,  New  Brunswick,  Middlesex  Co.,  N 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1852. 


EDWIN   STANDRING 

Born  April  27,  1828,  Oldham,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  1852,  A.  M.  Musser 
Company.  Missionary  in  U.  S.  1876.  As- 
sisted in  bringing  immigrants. 


JOHN  E.   STANDRING 
Son    of    Edwin     Standring    and    Rebecca 
Smith.     Born  Feb.  24,  1881. 


JAMES  STAPLES 
Born  Jan.  18,  1810.    Came  to  Utah  in  is 


Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran, 
and  Stone  Mason. 


Bl 


GEORGE  STAPLES 

Son  of  James  Staples  and  Sarah  Limerick. 
Born  June  8,  1834,  England.  Black  Hawk 
and  Walker  Indian  Wars  Veteran. 


JOSEPH  L.   STAPLES 
Son  of  George  Staples  and  Lauraette  Rap- 
pleye.     Born  June  22,  1864,  Kanab,  Utah. 
Bishop  Elsinore  Ward. 


THOMAS  JOHN  STAYNER 
Born  June,  1828.     Came  to  Utah  in  IS 


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CHARLES  STEWART 
rn  May  14,  1814,  Denmark,  Lewis  Co., 
Y.    Came  to  Utah  October,  1852,  Capt. 
3w  Company.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM    HENRY    STEWART 
Son    of   Charles   Stewart   and   Sarah   Ann 
Roberts.     Born  Dec.  3,  1842,  Oswegatchie, 
St.   Lawrence  Co.,   N.   Y.     Came   to  Utah 
October,      1852,      Capt.      Snow     Company. 


ISAAC  MITTON   STEWART 
Born  March  18,  1815,  New  Jersey.     Came 
to  Utah  1852,  captain  of  company.  Bishop 
of  Draper  Ward  thirty-eight  years.    Coun- 
ty   Commissioner. 


JAMES  ZEBULON  STEWART 
i  of  Isaac  Mitton  Stewart  and  Matilda 
le   Downs.      Born   Oct.    31,    1844,   near 
rthage,   III.     Assisted   translation  Book 
Mormon  into  Spanish. 


JAMES 'ZEBULON  STEWART,  JR. 
Son  of  James  Zebulon  Stewart  and  Julia 
Ann    Fitzgerald.      Born    March    6,    1871, 
Draper,  Utah.     Supt.  Sunday  School.    City 
Attorney,  Logan. 


WILLIAM  MITTON  STEWART 
Son   of  Isaac  Mitton  Stewart  and  Elizabeth 
White.      Born    Sept.    5,    1859.      Principal 
State  Normal  School,  University  of  Utah. 


SAMUEL  W.   STEWART 
i  of  Isaac   M.    Stewart   and   Elizabeth 
.    Born  May  21,  1867,  Draper,  Utah. 
•  3d   State   Legislature ;   Judge   3d 
licial  District.    Attorney. 


CHARLES  BIEKLEY  STEWART 
Son   of   Isaac   M.    Stewart   and   Elizabeth 
White.     Born  July  20,  1870,  Draper,  Utah. 
Secretary    Utah    Sheepmen's    Association. 
Lawyer. 


CHARLES  STODDARD 
Born  May  18,  1820,  Ohio.     Came  to  Utah 
Oct.     16,     1852,    Uriah    Curtis    Company. 
Elder.      School    Trustee ;    Justice    of    the 
Peace ;  Watermaster. 


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CURTIS   CHARLES   STODDARD 
Son  of  Charles  Stoddard  and  Lucetta  Jane 
Murdock.       Born    May    17,    1844,    Walnut 
Grove,   Knox  Co.,  111.     Bishop's  Counselor. 
School  Trustee. 


WILLIAM    STOKER 

Born  March  26,  1819,  Jackson  County, 
Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  1852,  Isaac  Stewart 
Company.  Pres.  50th  Quorum  Seventies. 


WILLIAM  STOTT 

Born  April  15,  1803,  Soyland,  Vnrksi 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  October,  IS.v.  It 
Bullock  Company.  High  Priest.  Men 
first  City  Council,  Fillmore. 


EDWIN   STOTT 

Son  of  William  Stott  and  Sarah  Lees. 
Born  Nov.  5,  1836,  Greenacres,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Seventy ;  Supt.  Sunday  School, 
Meadow,  Utah.  Farmer. 


WILLIAM  RUFtd  KODGER  STOWELL 
Born  at  Chautauqua,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah 
in  Oxteam  Company  about  1852.  Supt. 
Sunday  School.  Veteran  Black  Hawk  In- 
dian War.  Farmer. 


HEBER  JOHN  STOWELL 
Son  of  William  Rufus  Rodger  Stowvll  ' 
Cynthia  Parks.  Born  July  14,  I860.  • 
den,  Utah.  High  Priest ;  Bishop,  S|  " 
Glen,  Utah.  Farmer. 


GEORGE   WASHINGTON  STOWELL 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 


JAMES  STKATTON 

Born  Dec.  22,  1824.  Came  to  Utah  Aug. 
31,1852.  High  Priest ;  Missionary.  Indian 
War  Veteran. 


DAVID  THOMAS  STRATTON 
Son  of  James  Stratton  and  Eliza  Bi  ? 
Born  Dec.  19,  1866.    Pres.  Deacon  Qu"  "• 
Elder.      Fruit   Grower   and    Hortlculi  -'• 


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RICHARD  STUBBS 
n  July  30,  1823,  Norwich,  Eng.     Came 
tali  October,  1852,  Jerome  Benson  Cow 

im     Company.       High     Priest ;     Ward 

iclier.     Farmer. 


JOHN  RODHOM   STUBBS 
Son  of  John  Rodhom  Stubbs  and   Eleanor 
Ware.     Born  July  2,  1860.     Missionary  to 
Great    Britain    1899-1901  ;    Bishop's    Coun- 
selor.    Farmer. 


DANIEL   SUMSION 

Born  Dec.  21,  1810,  Colerne,  Wiltshire, 
I0ng.  Came  to  Utah  1852,  Woodhouse 
Company. 


WILLIAM  SUMSION 
f   of  Daniel  Sumsion.    Born  Jan.  7,  1838, 
i  erne,  Wiltshire,   Ens. 


GEORGE  SWINDLE 

Born  Oct.  29,  1824,  Walker,  Durham,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  Jesse  Martin  Company. 
Justice  of  the  Peace.  Farmer.  Resides  at 
Monroe. 


JAMES  SYLVESTER 

Born  Dec.  4,  1815,  Pitsmay,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  September,  1852,  James  Jepson  Com- 
pany. Elder  ;  Pres.  Sheffield  Branch.  Farmer. 


JOSHUA  WILLIAM  SYLVESTER 
••    of  James  Sylvester  and  Rebecca  Nich- 
Born  Feb.   5,   1843,   Sheffield,   Eng. 
to    Ltah    September,    1852,    James 
son  Company.     Bishop 


HUGH  L.  SYME 

Son  of  Hugh  Syme,  who  came  to  Utah  Sep- 
tember, 1853,  and  Margaret  Farrer.  Born 
July  16,  1861,  Provo,  Utah.  High  Priest. 
Carpenter ;  Machinist. 


JOSEPH  E.   TAYLOR 

Born  Dec.  11,  1830,  Horsham,  Sussex  Co., 
Kng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  6,  1852,  Joseph 
Outhouse  Company.  Patriarch.  Under- 
taker and  Casket  Maker. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1852 


JOSEPH  WILLIAM  TAYLOR 
Undertaker.      Salt    Lake   City. 


ALVIN  V.   TAYLOR 

Son  of  Joseph  B.  Taylor  and  Louisa  R. 
Capener.  Born  Feb.  25,  1865,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Member  first  State  Legislature. 
Attorney-at-Law. 


SAMUEL  MOORE  TAYLOR 
Son    of    Joseph    E.    Taylor    and    Isad 
Williams.     Born  March  11,  1880,  Salt  Li 
City.    Bishop's  Counselor.    Pres.  and  1] 
S.  M.  Taylor  &  Co.,  Undertakers. 


WILLIAM   REYNOLDS  TERRY 
Born  June  2,  1812,  Exeter,  R.  I.     Came  to 
Utah  Fall  of  1852,  Capt.  William  R.  Terry 
Company. 


JOSEPH  TERRY 

Son  of  William  R.  Terry  and  Mary  A. 
Phillips.  Came  to  Utah  with  his  father  in 
1852.  Ward  Teacher  50  years.  Resides 
at  Draper,  Utah. 


DANIEL  W.  THOMAS 
Born  June  16,  1817,  Glli   Gren,  Caern 
thehshire,  South  Wales.     Came  to  Utai 
September,    1852,   A.   O.    Smoot  Compa 
School  Trustee  ;  Farmer. 


OLIVER  D.   THOMAS 


DAVID  DAVIS  THOMAS 
Son  of  Daniel   W.  Thomas  and   Margaret 
Davis.    Born  June  7,  1841,  Glli,  Gren,  South 
Wales.    Farmer.    Resides  at  Malad,  Idaho. 


JOSHUA  LEWIS  THOMAS 
Son  of  Daniel  William  Thomas  and  M  ' 
Jones.     Born  July  21,  1857,  Brigham  L  • 
Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


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JESSUP  WATSON  THOMAS 
i  of  Joseph  Thomas  and  Margaret  Wat- 
.    Born  Oct.  6,  1878,  Center  Creek,  Utah. 
,-mer  and   Sheepman. 


CHARLES  CARTER  THOMAS 
Born   Sept.   16,   1839,   Herefordshire,   Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  Capt.  Jolley  Company. 
Member  Nauvoo  Legion.  Indian  War  Vete- 
ran. 


CHARLES  R.  THOMAS 
Son  of  Charles   Carter  Thomas  and  Em- 
eline  Sessions.     Born  Jan.   1,  1862. 


ROBERT  C.  LUND 

1  'n  May  29,  1847,  New  Diggins,  Wis- 
f  sin.  Came  to  Utah  in  1850.  Member  and 
I  ;sident  State  Board  of  Equalization. 


JAMES  LOUIS  THOMPSON 
Born  Jan.  22,  1818,  Pomfret,  Chautauqua 
Co.,  N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  November,  1852, 
Capt.    Bullock   Company.     Member  Zion's 
Camp. 


JOHN  ORSON  THOMPSON 
Son  of  James  Louis  Thompson  and  Matilda 
Willis.    Born  Aug.  28,  1844,  Nashville,  Lee 
Co.,  Iowa.     Farmer.    Resides  at  Duchesne, 

Utah. 


JOSEPH  WALLACE  THOMPSON 


of  John   Orson   Thompson   and   Lucy 
r'a  groves.     Born  July  6,  1885,  Helper, 
.  '•n.   Missionary  to  Southern  States  1897. 


JAMES  BRIGHAM  THOMPSON 
Son  of  James  Louis  Thompson  and  Matilda 
Willis.     Born  Oct.  12,  1848,  Council  Bluffs, 
Iowa.     Resides  at  Idaho  Falls,  Idaho. 


JOSEPH  THOMPSON 
Came    to    Utah    in    1852.      High    Priest. 
Farmer ;   Stonecutter  and  Mason. 


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RALPH  THOMPSON 

Father  of  the  mother  of  Alfred  Hezekiah 
Mitchell  of  Logan,  Utah.  Came  to  Utah 
September,  1852. 


OLIVER  THORNTON 

Born  Sept.  6,  1806,  Canada.  Came  to  Utah 
1852,  John  Wimmer  Company.  High 
Priest.  City  Councilman.  Resided  at 
American  Fork,  Utah. 


AMOS  G.   THORNTON 
Son  of  Oliver  Thornton  and  Mary  Griswc 
Born  Dec.  30,  1832,  Pickering,  Ontario  C 
Can.     Presiding  Elder  Pinto  Ward  seve 
years. 


JOHN  TIDWELL 

Born  Jan.  14,  1807,  Shelby  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1852,  Captain  of 
his  own  Company.  Seventy.  Resided  at 
Pleasant  Grove  and  Mt.  Pleasant. 


JOSEPH   RANDOLPH  TIDWELL 
Son  of  Jefferson  Tidwell  and  Sarah  Seely. 
Born    Oct.    3,    1872,    Mt.    Pleasant,    Utah. 
Assisted  in  building  Pioneer  Monument  at 
Mt.  Pleasant. 


JOHN   TOOXE 
Born    March    10,.  1813,    Birmingham,   !• 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1852,  Capt.  Ho' 
Company.      Missionary.     Member  first 
chestra  of  Salt  Lake  Theatre. 


WILLIAM   HENRY  TOONE 
Sun    of    John    Toonp   and    Emma    Prosser. 
Born    March    4,    1842,    Leamington,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1861.     Bishop.     County 
Commissioner.     U.  S.  Mail  Carrier. 


CHARLES  J.  TOONE 

Son    of   John    Toone    and    Emma    Prosser. 
Born  March   17,  1844. 


JAMES   FOSS  TOWNSEND 
Born    Feb.    20,    1808,    Buxton.    York 
Maine.     Came  to  Utah  Aug.  12,  1852,  . 
M.  Higby  Company.      Bishop's  Coun? 
Built  first  hotel  in  Utah. 


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IAMES  FOSS  TOWNSEND,  JR. 

Df  James  Foss  Townsend  and  Susan 

,.     Born  Aug.   25,   1830. 


WILLIAM  TREHARNE 
Born  July  14,  1838,  Wales.     Came  to  Utah 
In  1852.     High  Priest. 


DAVID  UDALL 

Born  Jan.  18,  1829,  Goudhurst,  Kent, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1852.  Bishop; 
Patriarch  ;  Missionary  to  England.  Indian 
War  Veteran. 


DAVID  K.  UDALL 

o:  f  David  Udall  and  Eliza  King.  Born 
ei  7,  1851.  Pres.  St.  John's  Stake; 
li  Dnary  to  England.  Member  Arizona 
e  lature.  Farmer. 


JAMES  UDT 

Born  Aug.  16,  1820,  Lanlivery,  Cornwall, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1852.  Helped  make 
first  machinery  manufactured  in  the  State. 


MATHIAS  COWLEY  UDY 
Son  of  James  Udy  and  Isabella  Ann  Cow- 
ley.      Born  July  9,   1854,   Bountiful,   Davis 
Co.,  Utah.     Ward  Teacher.     City  Council- 
man. 


ANES  L.  UDY 

f  James  Udy  and  Mary  Sophia  Han- 
Si  3orn  Jan.  16,  1870,  Farmington,  Utah. 
»"  .  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


CORNELIUS  VAN  LEUVEN 
Born  Aug.  23,  1805,  near  Canada.    Came  to 
Utah  1852,  Capt.  Wimmer  Company.     Re- 
sided at  Springville  and  Cottonwood,  Utah. 


DUNAM  VAN  LEUVEN 
Son  of  Cornelius  Van  Leuven  and  Lavina 
Draper.      Born    Jan.    13,    1838,    Kirtland, 
Ohio. 


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NBUMAN  D.  VAN  LEUVEN 
Son  of  Dunam  Van  Leuven  and  Anna  Han- 
nah Larson.  Born  March  10,  1870  Levan 
Utah. 


RANSOM  VAN  LEUVEN 
Born  April   25,   1810,  Gananoque,   Ontario, 
Canada.     Came    to    Utah    October,    1852. 
High  Priest.     Farmer.     Resided  at  Clifton, 
Idaho. 


RANSOM  CARLOS  VAN  LEUVEN 
Son  of  Ransom  Van  Leuven  and  Lucinda 
Harvey.    Born  Nov.  18,  1858,  North  Ogden 
Utah.    Missionary  to  Southern  States  1888- 
90  ;  Ward  Teacher.     Farmer. 


RANSOM  CARLOS  VAN  LEUVEN,  JR. 
Son  of  Ransom  Carlos  Van  Leuven  and 
Sarah  L.  Lake.  Born  March  28,  1893. 


JEREMIAH  VARNEY 
Born  May  16,  1820.     Came  to  Utah  1852, 
from  California.     Laborer. 


JAMES  LEROT  VARNEY 
Son  of  Jeremiah  Varney  and  Lydia  Phelps. 


JOSEPH  WADLEY 

Born  Dec.  23,  1830,  Newent,  Gloucester- 
shire, EnK.  Came  to  Utah  in  1853.  Mis- 
sionary to  England  1872  and  1881.  Crossed 
Plains  seven  times. 


DAVID  F.  WALKER 

Born  April  19,  1838,  Yeadon,  Yorkshire, 
Ens.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1852.  Mer- 
chant. 


HENRY  W.  WALKER 
Son    of    David    F.    Walker    and    Emeline 
Holmes.      Born   Feb.    12,   1868,   Salt   Lakte 
City.     Pres.  and  Gen.  Mgr.  Keith  O'Brien 
Company. 


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WILLIAM  HENRY  WALKER 
Born  March  14,  1836,  near  Dubuque,  Iowa. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  Capt.  Jolley  C9inpany. 
Seventy  ;  Missionary.    Drum  Major  in  Black 
Hawk   Indian   War. 


VICTOR  ROY  WALKER 
Son   of  William   Henry   Walker  and   Ada 
Louisa    Phippen.      Born    March    31,    1883, 
Elkhorn,  Utah.     Seventy ;  Asst.  Supt.  Sun- 
day School. 


WILLIAM  H.  WALKER 
Father  of  Don  C.  Walker  of  Rlgby,  Idaho. 


DON  C.  WALKER 

Son    of    William    H.    Walker.      President 
Rigby  Stake,  Rigby,  Idaho. 


GEORGE  WELTON   WARD 
Born  Sept.  12,   1814,  Leiston,  Suffolkshire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  9,  1852.     Bishop 
Willard  City  1871-82. 


ALFRED  WARD 

Son  of  George  W.  Ward  and  Ann  Trulock. 
Born  April  18,  1849,  Southampton,  Hamp- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  9,  1852. 

Merchant. 


JAMES  WAREHAM 

Born  July  2,  1813,  Bradford  County,  Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1852,  William  Wood 
Company.  Bishop  of  Glenwood.  Captain 
of  Company. 


JOHN  WARWOOD 

Born  in  England.     Came  to  Utah  in  1852. 
Railroad  Engineer. 


ROBERT  WATKINS 

Came    to    Utah    in    1852.       High    Priest. 
Farmer. 


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WILLIAM  LAMPHORD  WATKINS 
Father  of  the  wife  of  William  L.  Bateman 
of  Lehi,   Utah.      Came   to   Utah   Sept.   11, 
1852,  William  Whiteheacl  Company. 


JOSEPH  WESTWOOD 
Son  of  Thomas  Westwood  and  Martha  Lo- 
max.     Born  Feb.  28,  1855,  Berry,  Lancas- 
tershire,    Eng.      Came    to    Utah    Aug.    20, 
1868,   Chester  Loveland  Company. 


WILLIAM  WHITEHEAD 
Born    July    3,    1816,    Lancastershire    Eng. 
Came   to   Utah   1852,    Capt.   Howell   Com- 
pany.    Bishop  Payson  Ward  twenty  years. 
Mason  ;  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  SAMUEL  WHITEHEAD 
Son  of  William  Whitehead  and  Jane  Hard- 
man.      Born    April    1,    1845,    Nauvoo,    111. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1852.     Bishop  of  Burr- 
ville  Ward  four  years.     Farmer. 


LEWIS  WHITESIDES 
Born  March  26,  1828,  Chester  County,  Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  John  Walker  Company. 


JAMES  DAVID  WILCOX 
Born  Jan.  17,  1827,  Lexington,  N.  T.    Came 
to  Utah   Sept.   23,   1852,   Henry  W.   Miller 
Company.     Patriarch. 


WALTER  ELI  WILCOX 
Born    April    11,    1821,    Dorchester,    Mass. 
Came  to   Utah   in   1852.      Worker  in   Salt 
Lake  Temple  since  1897. 


JOHN  W.  WILCOX 

Son  of  Walter  Eli  Wilcox  and  Elizabeth 
Hawkins.  Born  Jan.  23,  1864,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Elder.  Member  Legislature  1912. 
Grocery  Merchant. 


GEORGE  WILDING 

Born  Nov.  9,  1829,  Preston,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  24,  1852,  Benjamin  Gardner 
Company.  Ward  Teacher ;  Choir  Leader. 
Mason. 


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DANIEL  R.   WILLIAMS 
Born  Aug.   7,  1802,  Lima,  Livingston  Co., 
N.  Y.    Came  to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1852,  Henry 
W.  Miller  Company.     High  Priest. 


JAMES  T.   WILSON 

Born  Oct.  7,  1828,  Ireland.  Came  to  Utah 
Sept.  3,  1852,  A.  O.  Smoot  Company. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JAMES  BRIGHAM  WILSON 
Son  of  James  T.  Wilson  and  Isabella  Ross. 
Born  Oct.  22,  1856.     High  Priest;  Member 
of  Bishopric.     Senator  ;  Representative. 


WILLIAM  WALTER  WILSON 
Son  of  James  T.  Wilson  and  Isabella  Ross. 
Born    Sept.    22,    1863.      Missionary;    High 
Priest.     Member  Town  Board  ;  Constable. 
Farmer. 


ROBERT  WIMMER 

Son  of  Peter  Wimmer  and  Elizabeth  Shir- 
ley. Born  Dec.  11,  1805,  Pennsylvania. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  his  own  Company. 
Seventy. 


THOMAS  G.  WIMMER 
Son  of  Robert  Wimmer  and  Elizabeth  Wil- 
kerson.     Born  May  10,  1847,  Harris  Grove, 
Iowa.     Elder.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


THOMAS   G.    WIMMER,   JR. 
Son  of  Thomas  G.  Wimmer  and  Elizabeth 
Simons.       Born    June    12,     1867,     Payson, 
Utah.   Postmaster  at  Green  River.   Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


ALVIN  WINEGAR 

Born  May  13,  1816,  Chenango  County,  N. 
Y.  Came  to  Utah  1852,  Benjamin  Gard- 
ner Company.  Stonecutter  for  Salt  Lake 
Temple. 


JOHN  WINEGAR 

Son  of  Alvin  Winegar  and  Mary  Judd. 
Born  Sept.  28,  1838,  Clay  County,  Mo. 
Came  to  Utah  with  his  father.  Supt.  Sun- 
day School,  South  Bountiful. 


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ANSON  PERRY  WINSOR 
Born  Aug.  19,  1818,  Elicot,  N.  Y.     Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  20,  1852,  James  McGaugh  Com- 
pany.      Bishop    of    Graf  ton     Ward     1863. 
Freighter. 


OSCAR  F.  WINTERS  JOHN  P.  WOOD 

Born  Feb.  7,  1825,  Jamestown,  Ohio.    Came          Born  in  1817,  England.     Came  to  Utah  in 
to  Utah  in  1852.  1852. 


JOSIAH  LEE  WOOD 

Son  of  John  P.  Wood  and  Ann  L.  Wood. 
Born  in  1846.  Elder  ;  High  Priest.  Farmer 
and  Stockraifer. 


JOHN  WOODHOUSE 

Born  July  21,  1830,  Mexborough,  York- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  10,  1852, 
Capt.  Jepson  Company.  Bishop's  Clerk ; 
Priest. 


MORGAN   T.   WOODHOUSE 
Son  of  John  Woodhouse  and  Emma  Smith 
Thomas.     Born  March  31,  1855. 


JOHN  DANIEL  WOODHOUSE 
Son  of  John  Woodhouse  and  Emma  Smith 
Thomas.     Born  June  17,  1859. 


CHARLES  CHAMBERS  WOODHOUSE 
Born   March   5,   1832,   Adwiek   Lee   Street, 
Mexborough,    York,    Eng.      Came   to   Utah 
September,  1852,  Hyrum  Jepson  Company. 
Teacher.     Indian   War  Veteran. 


GEORGE  WASHINGTON  WOODHOUSE 
Son  of  Charles  Chambers  Woodhouse  and 
Sophia  Kershaw.  Born  Sept.  27,  1871. 
President  Elders  Quorum.  Choir  Director. 


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CHARLES  CHAMBERS  WOODHOUSE, 
Son  of  Charles  Chambers  Woodhouse  and 
Sophia  Kershaw.  Born  Feb.  14,  1858. 


JAMES  COMFORT  WOODWARD 
Son  of  James  Woodward  and  Nancy  Mc- 
Curdy.     Born  Nov.  3,  1852,  Spanish  Fork. 
Utah.    Supt.   Sunday  School;   Pres.  Y.  M. 
M.   I.  A.  of  Emery  Stake. 


JAMES  WOOLSTENHULME 
Born  March  24,  1837,  Oldham,  Lancaster- 
shire,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Nov.  11,  U 
County  Commissioner. 


JAMES  A.  WOOLSTENHULME 
Son   of   James   Woolstenhulme   and    Julia 
Mary  Ann  Duhamel.     Born  Nov.  24,  ISbd, 
Bountiful,   Utah.     President  of   Seventies. 


JOSIAH  ATWELL  WRIGHT 
Born  Aug.  10,  1805,  Trenton,  Middlesex  Co., 
Conn.      Came    to    Utah    September,    1852. 
Joseph  Outhouse  Company.     High   t 
School  Teacher. 


GILBERT  JOSIAH  WRIGHT 
Son   of  Josiah  Atwell   Wright   and   Susan 


:     SSSr 
Snake  River  Valley,  Idaho. 


HYRUM  SMITH  WRIGHT 
Son   of  Josiah   Atwell  Wright  and   Susan 
Buell      Born  Nov.  10,  1849,  Clinton,-  Conn. 
Seventy.    Musician  ;  Railway  Employee. 


ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT 
Son   of  Josiah   Atwell  Wright  and   Susan 
Buell. 


JOSEPH  YATES 

Son  of  John  Yates  and  Lucy  Holick.  Born 
March  16,  1845,  Warwick,  Eng  Justice  of 
the  Peace.  Missionary  to  England. 


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THOMAS  CUNNINGHAM  YOUNG 
Born    Oct.    31,    1825,    Renfrew,    Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  August,  1852,  Captain  Jep- 
son  Company.     Elder. 


THOMAS  CUNNINGHAM  YOUNG,  JR. 
Son   of   Thomas   Cunningham   Young  and 
Mary   Hay.      Born    Sept.    14,    1857,    Perry, 
Utah.   Pres.  Houraki  Mission,  New  Zealand. 


JACOB  ZUNDEL 

Born  Aug.  28,  1796,  Wurtembers.  Came 
to  Utah  October,  1852,  Captain  Wood  Com- 
pany. 


ISAAC  DAVID   EBERHART   ZUNDEL 
Born  Nov.  17,  1840,  Nauvoo,  111.     Came  to 
Utah  1852,  Capt.  Woods  Company.     Mem- 
ber High  Council,  La  Grande,  Ore. 


ISAAC  DAVID  ZUNDEL 
Son    of    Isaac    David     Eberhart    Zundel. 
Born  Sept.  18,  1868,  Willard,  Utah.     Mis- 
sionary   to    Northern    States    1897;    Re- 
leased August,   1900. 


ABRAHAM  ZUNDEL 

Son  of  Jacob  Zundel  and  Sarah  Forstner. 
Born  Jan.  25,  1836,  Phillipsburg,  Penn. 
Mayor  of  Willard.  Bishop.  Senator.  Jus- 
tice of  the  Peace. 


ABRAHAM  E.   ZUNDEL 
Son  of  Abraham  Zundel  and  Abigail  Ab- 
bott.    Born  March  20,  1864. 


THOMAS  ZUNDLE 

Son  of  John  Zundle  and  Chrestina  Laut- 
tenslager.  Born  March  16,  1836,  Al- 
legheny County,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  with 
father.  High  Priest. 


GEORGE  THACKERAY 
Born  April  18,  1836,  York,  Yorkshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Jan.  7,  1853.     Justice  of  the- 
Peace  1872-85  ;  County  Commissioner  two 
terms. 


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GEORGE  ROBERT  THACKERAY 
Son  of  George  Thackeray  and  Helen  Con- 
die.    Born  June  29,   1860,   Salt  Lake  City. 
Bishop  Croydon  Ward  eight  years.    County 
Commissioner. 


W.  T.  ERCANBRACK 

Born  Dec.  16,  1840,  Niles,  Mich.     Came  to 
Utah  July,  1853.     High  Priest. 


THEODORE  McKEAN 
Born  Oct.  26,  1829,  Allentown,  N.  J.   Came 
to  Utah  Aug.    11,   1853,   Orson   Pratt  and 
Horace    S.    Eldredge    Company.      Colonel 
Nauvoo  Legion. 


THEODORE  McKEAN,  JR. 
Son  of  Theodore  McKean  and  Mary  Page 
Gulick.     Born  Oct.  10,  1855.    High  Priest ; 
Bishop     29th     Ward.       Sheep     Inspector. 
Stockman. 


DAVID  BROADHEAD 
Son    of    William    Broadhead    and    Sarah 
Golden.    Born  Oct.  2,  1829,  Coventry,  War- 
wickshire,   Eng.      Came    to    Utah    Oct.    14, 
1855,  Milo  Andrus  Co.  Patriarch.  Farmer. 


ROBERT  BROADHEAD 
Son  of  William  Broadhead  and  Sarah  Gol- 
den.    Born  June   3,   1836,   Coventry,   Eng. 
High  Priest.     Farmer. 


DANIEL  BAGLEY 

Born  Feb.  24,  1829,  Decatur  County,  Ind. 
Came  to  Utah  1853,  Daniel  Miller  Com- 
pany. Indian  War  Veteran. 


GEORGE  FREESTONE 
Son  of  Thomas   Freestone  and   Ann   Fall. 
Born  Aug.  13,  1838,  Prince  Edward  Island, 
Can.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9,  1853,  Daniel 
Miller  Company.     Bishop. 


ELIJAH  MAYHEW 

Born  April  15,  1807,  Levant,  Penobscot  Co., 
Maine.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9,  1853,  Daniel 
Miller  Company.  Commissioner  Utah 
County.  High  Priest. 


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OTTO  LYMAN  MAYHEW 
Son  of  Elijah  Mayhew  and  Lydia  Farns- 
worth.     Born  Oct.  2,   1836,  Edinburg,  Ind. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9,  1853. 


GEORGE  CLINTON  WILSON 
Born   Aug.    23,    1800,    Vermont.      Came   to 
Utah  Aug.  29,  1853,  Capt.  Miller  Company. 
Assisted   Immigration.      School  Teacher. 


THOMAS  JEFFERSON  WILSON 
Son  of  George  Clinton  Wilson  and  Eliza- 
beth Kinney.     Born  March  25,  1832,  Rich- 
land  County,  Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  in  1853. 
Assistant    Superintendent    Sunday    School. 


MILAS  WILSON 
Wilson's  Lane,   Ogden.   Utah. 


LEWIS  DUNBAR  WILSON,  JR. 
Son  of  Lewis  Dunbar  Wilson  and  Nancy 
Waggoner.      Born  Sept.    21,   1840,  Nauvoo, 
111.     Bishop  Blackfoot  Ward,  Idaho. 


ROBERT  ALDOUS 

Born  July  17,  1811,  Kelsale,  Suffolk,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  14,  1853,  Claudius  V. 
Spencer  Company.  Carpenter  and  Builder. 


GEORGE  P.  ALDOUS 

Son  of  Robert  Aldous  and  Mary  Ann  Par- 
kin. Born  Oct.  30,  1836,  Fenstanton,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853. 


CHARLES  ALDOUS 

Son  of  Robert  Aldous  and  Mary  Ann  Par- 
kin. Born  1840,  Huntingdonshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  1853,  Claudius  V.  Spencer 
Company. 


CHRISTOPHER  JONES  ARTHUR 
Son  of  Christopher  Abel  Arthur  and  Ann 
Jones.  Born  March  9,  1832,  Abersychan, 
Wales.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1853, 
Claudius  V.  Spencer  Company.  Mayor  and 
Councilman,  Cedar  City.  Bishop ;  Patri- 
arch. 


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BENJAMIN  ABEL  ARTHUR 
Son  of  Christopher  Abel  Arthur  and  Ann 
Jones.      Born  April   26,   1834,   Abersychan, 
Monmouthshire,    South    Wales.      Came    to 
Utah  Sept.  14,  1853. 


HENRY  W.   BROWN 

Son  of  Jonathan  Brown,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept  20,  1853,  Claudius  V.  Spencer  Com- 
pany, and  Sarah  Couzins.  Born  Oct.  10, 
1839,  N'ewbury,  Eng.  Seventy. 


GEORGE  BUTCHER 

Born  1799,  Suffolk,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah 
Sept.  14,  1853,  Claudius  V.  Spencer  Corn- 
pans'.  Landscape  Gardener. 


THOMAS  KING 

Born  April  6,  1800,  England.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  21,  1853,  Claudius  V.  Spencer 
Company. 


THOMAS  OWEN  KING 
Son  of  Thomas  King  and  Hannah  Tapfield. 
Resides  at  Almo,  Idaho. 


SAMUEL  NESLEN 


Born  Dec.  3,  1808,  Mutford,  Suffolk,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1853,  Claudius  V. 
Spencer  Company.  Carpenter  and  Cabi- 
net Maker. 


WILLIAM  FRANCIS  NESLEN 
Son  of  Samuel  Neslen  and  Eunice  Francis. 
Born  Jan.  5,  1841,  Sowestoft,  Suffolk,  Eng. 
Civil  and  Black  Hawk  Indian  Wars  Vete- 
ran. 


SAMUEL  F.  NESLEN 
Son  of  Samuel  Neslen  and  Eunice  Francis. 


WILLIAM  ROYLANCE 
Born    1817,   Little    Beaver,    Chester,    Ens. 
Came  to  Utah   1853,  Orson  Spencer  Com- 
pany.     High    Priest.      Farmer;    Tanner; 
Shoemaker. 


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WILLIAM  ANDERSON 
Born    March     6,     1818,     Karleby    Falster 
Island,  Denmark.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30, 
1853,     John     Forsgren     Company.       High 
Councilor. 


PETER  H.  ANDERSON 
Son    of    William   Anderson    and    Henrietta 
Berntzen.     Born  Sept.  26,  1845,  Denmark. 
City  Councilman.    Farmer  and  Stockraiser 


ROSS  ANDERSON 

Son  of  Peter  H.  Anderson  and  Esther 
Smith.  Born  April  23,  1879,  Manti,  Utah. 
Professor.  Physician  and  Surgeon. 


RASMUS  CHRISTENSEN 
Born    Sept.    23,    1829,    Aalborg,    Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1853,  John  Fors- 
gren Company. 


RASMUS  H.   CHRISTENSEN 
Son  of  Rasmus  Christensen  and  Priscilla 
V.  Mlchell.    Born  May  23,  1868,  Huntsville, 
Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser 


HANS  DENISON 

Born  July  20,  1824,  Gjentofte,  Copenhagen 
Amt,  Denmark.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30, 
1853,  John  Forsgren  Company.  Worked  on 
Salt  Lake  Temple. 


EPHRAIM   DENISON 

Son  of  Hans  Denison  and  Johanah  Chris- 
tofterson.     Born  March  19,  1853,  New  Or- 

Wlth 


HANS  CHRISTIAN  HANSEN 
Born    May    6,    1824,    Denmark.      Came    to 
Utah  Sept.  30,  1853,  John  Forsgren  Com- 
pany.     Seventy,    1859  ;    Ordained   Mission- 
ary to  Denmark  1860. 


PRABEN  A.   HANSEN      • 
Son  of  Hans  Christian  Hansen  and  Annie 
H.    Jensen.      Born    July    12,    1850     Copen-> 
hagen,  Denmark.     Elder. 


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PAUL  ERNEST  KOFFORD 
Came  to  Utah   1853,  John  Forsgren  Com- 
pany. 


CLARENCE  LOUIS  KOFFORD  JENS    CHRISTIAN    NELSON 

Son    of    Willard    Kofford    and    Christina          Son    of    Knud    Chrestensen    Nelson,    who 
Neilson.    Born  July  31,  1887,  Mt.  Pleasant,  came  to   Utah    Sept.   30,   1853,   and   Karen 

Utah.  Magratte  Jenson.     Born  May  8,  1841,  Kjel- 

gaarden, Aalborg  Amt.  Denmark.    Farmer. 


JENS  KNUD  NELSON 
Son  of  Jens  Christian  Nelson  and  Eliza  S. 
Bryson.     Born  Dec.  2,  1870,  South  Bounti- 
ful, Utah. 


NELS  NELSON 

Son  of  Knud  Chrestensen  Nelson  and  Ka- 
ren Magratte  Jenson.  Born  April  19,  1842, 
Farmer  ;  Stockraiser  ;  Mechanic. 


CHRISTIAN  NELSON 
Son  of  Knud  Chrestensen  Nelson  and  Ka- 
ren Magratte  Jenson.     Born  Jan.  24,  1845, 
Kjelgaarden,    Denmark.      Bishop's    Coun- 
selor.     Stockman,   Farmer. 


AUGUST  VALENTINE 
Son  of  Wallantine  Wallantinson  and  Engel 
Margret  Kofod.     Born  Aug.  27,  1837,  Born- 
holm,  Denmark.     Came  to  Utah  1853,  John. 
Forsgren  Company. 


WILLIAM  JOSEPH   KILLPACK 
Born   Feb.    6,   1832,    Dunton   Bassett,   Eng. 
Came    to    Utah     September,     1853,     Jacob 
Gates  Company.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN  DAVID  KILLPACK 
Born  May  8,  1857,  Salt  Lake  City.    Bishop 
Ferron  Ward. 


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WILLIAM  JOHN  LLOYD 
Born     Aug.     9,     1823,     Caermarthenshire, 
South  Wales.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1853, 
Jacob  Gates  Company.     Seventy. 


CHARLES   HEBER   LLOYD 
Son  of  John  Heber  Lloyd  and  Sarah  Jane 
Jones.      Born    Feb.    13,    1891,    Salt    Lake 
City.     Elder. 


JOHN  LYON 

Born  March  3,  1803,  Kilmarnock,  Scot- 
land. Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1853,  Jacob 
Gates  Company.  Supt.  Endowment  House 
until  dedication  of  Temple. 


JOHN  LYON,  JR. 

Son  of  John  Lyon  and  Janet  Thompson. 
Born  Jan.  18,  1835,  Kilmarnock,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1853.  Member  36th 
Quorum  Seventies. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  LYON 
Son  of  John  Lyon,  Jr.,  and  Mary  E.  Toone. 
Born  July  5,  1861,  Salt  Lake  City.     Elder. 
Farmer. 


JOHN  FELL  SQUIRES 
Father  of  the  wife  of  J.   L.  McCarrey  of 
Richmond,  Utah.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30, 
1853,  Jacob  Gates  Company. 


EMERY  BARRUS 

Born  April  8,  1809,  Chautauqua  County, 
N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  9,  1853,  Apple- 
ton  Harmon  Company.  Patriarch.  Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN  BARRUS 
Son  of  Emery  Barrus  and  Huldah  Abigail 
Nickerson.     Born  May  30,  1838,  Cattarau- 
grus  County,  N.  Y. 


EMERY  F.   BARRUS 

Son  of  Benjamin  Franklin  Barrus  and  Lo- 
vina  Ann  Steele.     Born  Sept.  30,  1865. 


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THOMAS  DOXEY 

Born  March  27,  1829,  Derby,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1853,  Appleton  Harmon  Com- 
pany. Bishop's  Counselor. 


ALMA  T.  DOXEY 

Son  of  Thomas  Doxey  and  Ann  Elizabeth 
Hunt.  Born  July  14,  1854,  at  Salt  Lake 
City.  High  Councilor. 


JOHN  GARDNER 

Born  May  31,  1805,  Waterlane,  Gloucester- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  16,  1853, 
Appleton  Harmon  Company. 


JAMES  GARDNER 

Son  of  John  Gardner  and  Mary  Ann  Good- 
ship.  Born  Aug.  31,  1828,  Chalford  Hill, 
Gloucestershire,  Eng. 


ALFRED  GARDNER 

Son  of  John  Gardner  and  Mary  Ann 
Goodship.  Born  Sept.  25,  1842,  Chalford 
Hill,  Gloucestershire,  Eng.  Bishop's 
Counselor.  Postmaster. 


WILLIAM  JAMES   HUNTING 
Son  of  James  Hunting,  who  came  to  Utah 
in     1853,     Capt.     Harmon    Company,    and 
Elizabeth     King.       Born     June     24,     1839, 
Earls  Commons,  Eng.     High  Priest. 


JAMES   LEATHAM 

Born  Dec.  15,  1830,  Lanarkshire,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1853,  Appleton  M. 
Harmon  Company.  First  Counselor  in 
High  Priests  Quorum. 


WILLIAM   A.   LEATHAM 
Son  of  James  Leatham  and  Margaret  Ir- 
vine.     Born    Feb.    12,    1872,   at   Salt   Lake 
City.     Salt  Lake  County  Assessor.     Book- 
keeper. 


ALEXANDER   LEATHAM 
Rexburg,  Idaho. 


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WILLIAM  FREDRICK  RIGHT 
Born    Jan.     29,     1833,    Saddleworth,    Ens. 
Came    to    Utah    Oct.    5,    1853,    Brown    and 
Harmon      Company.      Representative      to 
Idaho   Legislature   from   Fremont   County. 


GEORGE  C.  RIGBY 

Son  of  William  Fredrick  Rigby  and  Mary 
Clarke.  Born  Feb.  23,  1862,  Wellsville, 
Utah.  President  of  the  Farmers'  Banking 
Company  at  Cache  Junction,  Utah. 


JOSEPH   E.  RIGBY 
Hibbard,    Idaho. 


SAMUEL  ROSKELLEY 
Born  Jan.  1,  1837,  Devonport,  Devonshire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  16,  1853,  Apple- 
ton  Harmon  Company. 


GEORGE  TAYLOR 

Born  March  16,  1830,  Woodboro,  Notting- 
hamshire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  16, 
1853,  Appleton  M.  Harmon  Company. 
Mayor  of  Kphraim,  Utah. 


GEORGE  SHIELDS 

Born  Aug.  15,  1828,  Paisley,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6,  1853,  Appleton  Har- 
mon Company.  Assisted  in  bringing  im- 
migrants to  Utah. 


GEORGE  W.    SHIELDS 
Son  of  George   Shields  and   Jane  Carday. 
Born   Oct.    27,    1865,   West   Jordan,   Utah. 
Farmer  and  Sheepraiser. 


THOMAS  HENRY  COPE 
Son  of  Thomas  Cope  and  Martha  Newton. 
Born  Jan.   31,   1853,   Leeds,   Eng.     Bishop 
Tropic  Ward.     County  Commissioner. 


PHILIP   PUGSLEY 

Born  Dec.  18,  1822,  Parish  of  Witheypool, 
Somersetshire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
30,  1853,  with  the  Ten-pound  Company. 
High  Priest.  Salt  Refiner. 


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JOSEPH  E.  F.   PUGSLEY 
Son  of  Philip  Pugsley  and  Martha  Roach. 
Born  April    15,   1852,   Bristol,   Eng.      Desk 
Sergeant  and   Patrolman. 


ISAAC  JAMES  CALDWELL 
Born   April   29,   1833.      Came   to   Utah   in 
1853,  Captain  Clawson  Company.     Senior 
President  Seventies.     Assisted  immigrants 
to  Utah.     Farmer  ;  Stockraiser. 


R.  E.  CALDWELL 

Son  of  Isaac  James  Caldwell  and  Eliza 
Ann  Russell.  Born  Sept.  27,  1875,  Tooele 
County,  Utah.  Missionary  ;  Seventy.  Civil 
Engineer. 


JOHN  CHILD 

Born  Sept.  7,  1796,  Middlesex,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  September,  1853,  Moses  Claw- 
son  Company.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War 
Veteran.  Shoemaker. 


JOHN  COTTAM 

Born  in  1798  in  England.     Came  to  Utah 
about  1856. 


THOMAS  COTTAM 

Son  of  John  and  Catherine  Cottam.  Born 
Oct.  21,  1820,  in  England.  Came  to  Utah 
in  September,  1853.  Turner  and  Chair- 
maker. 


GEORGE  THOMAS  COTTAM 
Son    of    Thomas    Cottam    and    Caroline 
Smith.     Born  Oct.  29,  1853,  at  Salt  Lake 
City.      High    Priest.       City    Councilman ; 
Farmer. 

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BENJAMIN  HAMPTON 
Born    Feb.     11,     1827,     Philadelphia,    Pa. 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1853,  Moses  Claw- 
son  Company.     Miner  and   Smelting  Man. 
Resides  at   Salt  Lake  City.     Capitalist. 


GRANT  HAMPTON 

Son  of  Benjamin  Hampton  and  Adelaide 
E.  Grant.  Born  Sept.  8,  1867,  at  Salt 
Lake  City.  Secy,  and  Treas.  Consolidated 
W.  &  M.  Co. 


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DAVID  HENRY  LEONARD 
Born  March  7.  1841,  in  Upper  Canada. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1853,  Moses  Claw- 
son  Company.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War 
Veteran. 


WILLIAM   SMITH  READ 
Born  Dec.   1,   1816,   North  Crawley,  Buck- 
ingham,    Eng.       Came    to    Utah    Oct.    16, 
1853,     Moses    Clawson    Company.       Presi- 
dent  Read   Bros.    Harness   Company. 


WILLIAM  SIMMONS  READ 
Son  of  William  Smith  Read  and  Elizabeth 
Simmons.       Born    June    26,    1855,    Ogden, 
Utah.      Member    of    Read    Bros.    Harness 
Company. 


JOSIAH  GEORGE  READ 
Son  of  William  Smith  Read  and  Elizabeth 
Simmons.     Born  Jan.   2,   1859,   Slaterville, 
Utah.      Member    of    Read    Bros.    Harness 
Company  of  Ogden. 


OSCAR  ISAAC   READ 
Son  of  William  Smith  Read  and  Elizabeth 
Simmons.      Born    Feb.    19,    1867,    Ogden, 
Utah.      Member    of    Read    Bros.    Harness 
Company. 


JOHN  CHAMBERS   WHITE 
Born    June    1,    1832,    Birmingham,    War- 
wickshire,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.   20, 
1853.     Hyrum   B.   Clawson   Oxteam   Com- 
pany.     High   Priest.      Farmer. 


OSCAR  THOMAS  WHITE 
Son  of  John  C.  White  and  Mary  Ann  In- 
gram.     Born  April   2,    1870,   Levan,    Utah 
Seventy  ;  Ward  Teacher.     Farmer. 


S.  F.  ADAMS 

Born  May  16,  1834,  Raunds,  Northamp- 
tonshire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  October, 
1853,  Joseph  A.  Young  Company.  Echo 
Canyon  Campaigner.  Commissioner  Bing- 
ham  County,  Idaho. 


JAMES    GUSHING 

Born  Nov.  2,  1830,  Wyndham,  Norfolk, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  10,  1853,  John 
W.  Young  Company.  Merchant. 


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JAMES  RADFORD  MILLARD 
Born    March    22,    1827,    Bidisham,    Somer- 
setshire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  in  October, 
1853,  John  W.  Young  Company. 


JOHN  E.  OWENS 

Born  March  16,  1833,  Merthyr  Tydfil, 
South  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  10, 
1853,  John  W.  Young  Company.  Elder. 
Farmer. 


THOMAS    W.   THOMAS 
Born  Feb.  8,  1833,  Winvow  Parish,  South 
Wales.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.   10,   1853,  Jo- 
seph W.  Young  Company. 


THOMAS    MORONI    THOMAS 
Son    of    Thomas    W.    Thomas    and    Ruth 
Morgan.      Born    March    8,    1857,    Brigham 
City,   Utah.      Pioneer  Merchant   of  Malad, 
Idaho. 


SETH    THOMAS 

Son  of  Thomas  Moroni  Thomas  and  Ra- 
chel Rees.  Born  Aug.  26,  1886,  Malad 
City,  Idaho.  Manager  T.  M.  Thomas  Sons 
at  Malad. 


EVAN  AUSTIN  WILLIAMS 
Born   Oct.    29,    1822,    Llantrysant,   Wales. 
Came    to    Utah    in    September,    1853,    Jo- 
seph A.  Young  Company.     Priest ;  Tithing 
Clerk.      Blacksmith. 


NOAH  M.  WILLIAMS 
Son  of  Evan   Austin   Williams  and   Mary 
Ann  Tomkins.     Born  Sept.   19,  1851,  Brit- 
onferry,  Wales.     Resides  at  Nounan,  Bear 
Lake  Co.,  Idaho. 


JOHN  REX  WINDER 

Born  Dec.  11,  1821,  Beddington,  Kent,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  10,  1853,  Joseph  W. 
Young  Company.  First  Counselor  to 
President  of  Church.  J.  C.  of  L.  D*.  S. 


JOHN   REX  WINDER,   JR. 
Son  of  John  Rex  Winder  and  Ellen  Wal- 
ters.    Born  Sept.  19,  1848,  Liverpool,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  10,  1853,  J.  W.  Young 
Company. 


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EDWIN  JOSEPH  WINDER 
Son   of  John   Rex  Winder  and    Elizabeth 
Parker.      Born   June   8,    1867,   Mill   Creek, 
Utah.      Seventy ;      Missionary     to     Great 
Britain ;   Stake  Sunday  School  Supt. 


WILLIAM   HUGGINS 

Born  June  2,  1811,  in  New  Jersey.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  10,  1853,  Anthony  Ivans 
Company.  High  Priest. 


JACOB  WENTLIN  McCURDY 
Born   March    11,    1818,   Ocean   County   N. 
J.     Came  to  Utah  Aug.   10,  1853,  Anthony 
and   Israel   Ivans  Company.     Indian  War 

Veteran. 


JACOB  E.   McCURDY 
Born  Oct.  9,  1856,  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


SAMUEL  ALLEN 

Born  May  29,  1829,  Radcliffe,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  14,  1853,  Cyrus  H.  Wheelock 
Company.  Farmer. 


SAMUEL  H.  ALLEN 

Son  of  Samuel  Allen  and  Harriet  Moore. 
Born  Aug.  15,  1862,  Mount  Pleasant, 
Utah.  Missionary  to  England.  Physician. 


JAMES  THOMAS  BELLISTON 
Born  Feb.   18,   1819,   London,    Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  Oct.   6,   1853,   Cyrus  H.  Wheelock 
Company.     High  Priest. 


THOMAS    BELLISTON 
Son     of     James     Thomas     Belliston     and 
Louisa   Miller.      Born    Dec.    1,    1845,    Bir- 
mingham, Eng.     High  Councilor.     County 
Commissioner. 


WILLIAM   BOWTHORPE 
Born    Sept.    30,    1806,    Bruff,    Eng.      Came 
to  Utah  Oct.   13,   1853,   Lev!  Kendall  and 
Cyrus   Wheelock   Company.     High   Priest. 


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WILLIAM   BOWTHORPB 
Son  of  William  Bowthorpe  and  Mary  Ann 
Tuttle.     Born  June  8,  1851,  Norwich,  Eng. 
Came    to    Utah    with    parents.      A    Presi- 
dent of  Seventies. 


JOHN  GARRATT  CHAMBERS 
Born   June    13,    1818,   Alnwick,    Northum- 
berlandshire,    Eng.      Came    to    Utah    Oct. 
7,   1853,  Cyrus   Wheelock  Company. 
Priest.     Printer. 


ALMA  DUFFIN  CHAMBERS 
Son  of  John  Garratt  Chambers  and  Maria 
Duffln.     Born  Feb.  16,  1858,  at  Salt  Lake 
City.     Member  Central  Board  Y.  M.  M.  1. 
A.,  Weber  Co.     County  Treasurer. 


BENJAMIN  THOMAS  CLARK 
Born    Feb.     20,     1799,     Cambridge,     Eng. 
Came    to    Utah    Oct.    6,    1853,    Cyrus    H. 
Wheelock    Company.     Resided    in    Sugar 
House  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


JOHN  FIRTH 

Born  Feb.  6,  1823,  Wakefleld,  Yorkshire, 
Kng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  14,  1853,  Cyrus 
H.  Wheelock  Company. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  FIRTH 
Son    of    John    Firth    and    Jane    Kendell. 
Born  April  2,  1847,  Leeds,  Yorkshire,  Eng. 


JAMES  ELLISON 

Born  June  18,  1807,  Lancashire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  14,  1853,  Cyrus  H. 
Wlieelock  Company. 


JOHN  W.  HASLAM 

Son  of  John  R.  Haslam,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  October,  1853,  and  Marguerite 
Howarth.  Born  April  7,  1860,  at  Salt 
Lake  City,  Seventy.  Carpenter  and  Con- 
tractor. 


ERNEST  HASLAM 

Son  of  John  R.  Haslam,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  October,  1853,  Cyrus  H.  Wheelock 
Company,  and  Annie  Catherine  Brabandt. 
Born  Sept.  6,  1870,  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


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HEBER   C.   HASLAM 

Son  of  John  R.  Haslam  and  Annie  Cath- 
erine Brabandt.  Born  Jan.  18,  1874,  at 
Salt  Lake  City.  Gardener.  Resides  at 
28th  Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


EUGENE  A.  HENRIOD 
Born    March    9,    1833,    Havre    de    Grace, 
France.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.   6,  1853,  Cy- 
rus H.  Wheelock  Company.  Member  Nau- 
voo  Legion. 


JOHN  LEES 

Born  in  1801,  Lancashire,  Eng  Came 
to  Utah  in  October,  1853,  Capt.  Wheelock 
Company.  Elder ;  Block  Teacher. 
Laborer. 


JOHN  LEES,  JR. 

Son  of  John  Lees  and  Elizabeth  Buckley. 
Born  March  9,  1833,  Lancashire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  with  parents. 
Seventy.  Butcher. 


JOSIAH    N.    LEES 

Son  of  John  Lees,  Jr.,  and  Martha  Need- 
ham.  Born  Sept.  23,  1865.  Elder;  Sun- 
day School  and  Block  Teacher.  Butcher. 


JOSIAH   LEES 

Son  of  John  Lees,  Sr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Buckley.  Born  in  1840,  Lancashire,  Ens. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1862.  Elder.  Deputy 
Sheriff  of  Salt  Lake.  Freighter. 


JOSIAH  LEES,  JR. 

Son  of  Josiah  Lees  and  Mary  Boydon. 
Born  Oct.  6,  1867,  at  Salt  Lake  City. 
Member  109th  Quorum  Seventies.  Car 
Tnspector ;  Freighter. 


JAMES    LOFTHOUSE 
Born    November,    1833,    Downham,    Lan- 
castershlre,   Eng.     Came   to   Utah   Oct.   6, 
1853,  H.  C.  Wheelock  Company. 


JAMES  R.  LOFTHOUSE 
Son  of  James  Lofthouse  and  Charlotte  E. 
Woodhead.     Born  Feb.  22,  1860. 


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JOHN  DRYSDALE 

Born  Oct.  10,  1839.  Came  to  Utah  in 
1853,  Capt.  Dailey  Company.  Indian 
Fighter.  Charcoal  Burner. 


JOHN  LOV^E 

Born  April  24,  1818,  Wigan,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1853, 
Cyrus  H.  Wheelock  Company.  Blacksmith. 


SAMSON  WILLIAM  NATE 
Son  of  Samson  Nate,   who  came  to  Utah 
in   October,    1853,    Captain   Kendall   Com- 
pany.     Born    Oct.    24,    1854,    Fort   Herri- 
man,  Utah. 


JAMES  QUAYLE 

Born  July  16,  1831,  Kirkmichael,  Isle  of 
Man.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  14,  1853,  Cyrus 
H.  Wheelock  Company.  Vice-President 
Logan  Temple.  Mayor. 


PHILIP  QUAYLE 

Son  of  James  Quayle  and  Elizabeth  Gil- 
lions.  Born  June  29,  1861,  Logan,  Utah. 
Bishop  of  Treasureton  Ward,  Idaho  ;  Mem- 
ber High  Council.  Farmer. 


ELIJAH   SEAMONS 

Born  Feb.  14,  1836,  Chediston,  Suffolk, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  14,  1853,  Cyrus 
H.  Wheelock  Company.  Elder;  High 
Priest.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


ALFRED   SPARKS 

Born  March  7,  1835,  Hollow,  Worcester- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  Cyrus 
Wheelock  Company.  Elder  and  Ward 
Teacher.  Veteran  Echo  Canyon  War. 


JOSEPH  TAYLOR 

Born  April  24,  1800.  Came  to  Utah  in 
October,  1853,  Capt.  Wheelock  Company. 
Seventy.  Weaver  and  Gardener.  Resided 
at  Salt  Lake  City. 


SAMUEL    B.    TAYLOR 
Son  of  Joseph  Taylor  and  Harriet  Barnes. 
Born   Oct.   16,   1841,   Lancastershire,   Eng. 
Elder;  Block  Teacher.     Assisted  in  immi- 
gration to  Utah. 


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JOHN  WOOD 

Born    in    1819.      Came   to   Utah    in    1853, 
C.  H.  Wheelock  Company.     Farmer. 


JEFFERSON   ADAMS    HUFF 
Son  of  Thomas  Huff,   who  came  to  Utah 
in    September,    1853,    and    Betsy    Adams. 
Born  May  12,  1842,  Chambers  County,  Ala. 
Bishop's  Counselor.      Farmer. 


JOHN  HENRY  RICH 
Born  Sept.  1,  1831,  Trowbridge,  Wiltshire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1853,  Moses 
Dailey     Company.     High     Priest;     High 
Councilor. 


FRANKLIN  JOHN   RICH 
Son  of  John  Henry  Rich  and  Lydia  Pond. 
Born  Aug.  24,  1853,  in  Nebraska. 


JAMES  RICHARD  RICH 
Son   of   Franklin    John      Rich   and    Sarah 
Ann  Rawle.     Born  Nov.   9,   1876,   Morgan 
County,  Utah.     Superintendent  of  Sunday 
School. 


CHRISTOPHER  STOKES 
Born  Dec.  19,  1830,  Trowbridge,  England. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  with  John  Dailey's 
Co.     High   Priest ;   Elder ;   Block  Teacher. 


EDWARD    STRATTON 
Born   March   10,   1831,   Freshford,   Somer- 
setshire,   Eng.      Came    to    Utah    Sept.    29, 
1853,   Moses   Dailey's  Company.      Seventy. 


LUKE  COOK 

Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  Vincent  Shurtliff 
Oxteam  Company.  Seventy ;  Choir  Leader. 
Butcher. 


WILLIAM  FINCH 

Born  May  19,  1819,  Witlame,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1853,  Vincent  Shurtliff  Com- 
pany. President  Bend  Ward,  Goshen, 
Utah. 


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WILLIAM   FINCH,    JR. 
Son   of  William   Finch   and   Eliza  Fowler. 
Born  Feb.  2,  1866,  Goshen,  Utah.  Bishop's 
Counselor. 


JOSHUA  HARRIS 

Born  June  23,  1848,  Glamorganshire, 
South  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in  1853, 
Captain  Shurtliff  Company. 


JAMES  INGRAM 

Born  June  17,  1833,  Bicester,  Oxford- 
shire, England.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  28, 
1853.  Vincent  Shurtliff  Company. 


JAMES  OLIVER  INGRAM 
Son  of  James  Ingram  and  Charlotte  Hol- 
land.    Born  June  17,  187.3,  Brigham  City, 
Utah.      Seventy. 


GEORGE  WILLIAM  NIXON 
Son   of  George   Nixon  and   Frances  Hart. 
Born  Sept.  26.  1847,  St.  Louis,  Mo.     Sher- 
iff for  four  years. 


GEORGE   WILLIAM   NIXON,   JR. 
Son  of  George  William   Nixon  and  Eliza- 
beth   H.    Johnson.      Born    Feb.    15,    1873, 
Holden,   Utah. 


ALFRED  ALDER 

Born  May  3,  1824,  Wiltshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1853.  Blacksmith. 
High  Councilor. 


ALFRED  W.  ALDER 

Son  of  Alfred  Alder  and  Susan  Field. 
Born  March  13,  1851,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
Blacksmith  ;  Farmer. 


WILLIAM    ATKINSON 
Born   Sept.    22,   1812,   Sackville,    St.   John, 
New  Brunswick,   Canada.     Came  to  Utah 
Sept.  11,  1853,  Jesse  W.  Crosby  Company. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


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WILLIAM  N.  ATKINSON 
Son     of     William     Atkinson     and     Phebe 
Campbell.      Born   May    2,    1840,    Sackville, 
Canada.     Ward  Clerk. 


JAMES   ISAAC  ATKINSON 
Son     of     William     Atkinson     and     Phebe 
Campbell.       Born     Nov.     28,     1841,     New 
Brunswick,  Canada.     Lieutenant  in  Black 
Hawk    Indian  War. 


JOSHUA  CROSBY 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  10,  1853. 


SIMEON    COOK    DROLLINGER 
Born    March    22,    1833,    Fountain    County, 
Ind.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  10,  1853,  John 
W.    Cooley    Company.      Pioneer  to   Moapa 
Valley,   Nev. 


SIMEON  COOK  DROLLINGER,   JR. 
Son  of  Simeon  Cook   Drollinger  and  Ann 
Eliza  Davis.     Born  Feb.   2,  1861,  Payson, 
Utah. 


WILLIAM  JOHN  HILL 
Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1853. 


. 


JOHN   HODSON 

Born  Jan.  10,  1808,  Pendleton,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  10,  1853,  Jesse  Cros- 
by Company.  Built  first  flour  mill  at 
Kaysville,  1854. 


WILLIAM  HODSON 

Son  of  John  Hodson  and  Maria  Glllard. 
Born  Sept.  18,  1834.  Member  55th  Quo- 
rum Seventies.  Justice  of  Peace.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  D.  MATHEWS 
Born  Sept.  20,  1819,  Triboth,  Glamorgan- 
shire, South  Wales.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
3,    1853,    Abraham    O.    Smoot    Company. 
High  Priest. 


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MARRINER   WOOD    MERRILL 
Born  Sept.  25,  1832,  Sackville,  Westmore- 
land Co     New  Brunswick.     Came  to  Utah 
in  September,   1853.     Member  of  Quorum 
of  Twelve  Apostles. 


THOMAS    HAZEN    MERRILL 
Son  of  Marriner  Wood  Merrill  .and  Sarah 
Ann     Atkinson.        Born     June     11,      1859, 
Bountiful,  Utah.    Bishop  Richmond  Ward. 
Representative  to  State  Legislature. 


LEWIS  A.   MERRILL 

Son  of  Marriner  Wood  Merrill  and  Almira 
J.  Bainbridge.  Born  June  23,  1874,  Rich- 
mond, Utah.  Bishop  31st  Ward,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Agricultural  Expert. 


HIRAM  WILLARD  MERRILL 
Son  of  Marriner  Wood  Merrill  and  Maria 
L.  Kingsbury.      Born  Jan.   19,   1870,  Rich- 
mond,     Utah.      Member      Sunday      School 
Board  of  Benson  Stake. 


ALMA  MERRILL 

Son  of  Marriner  Wood  Merrill  and  Sarah 
Ann  Atkinson.  Born  Nov.  9,  1861,  Rich- 
mond, Utah. 


WILLIAM  HOWARD,  JR. 
Son  of  William  Howard,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  September,  1853,  and  Elizabeth 
Anderson.  Born  Jan.  13,  1847,  Belfast, 
Ireland.  Counselor  in  Presidency  of  Em- 
ery Stake. 


JOHN   ALEXANDER   RAY 
Born    in    1817    in    Mississippi.      Came    to 
Utah    Sept.    4,    1853.      President    Millard 
Stake.     Merchant  and  Farmer. 


JOSEPH   EDWARD   RAY 


Son    of    John    Alexander    L..-J    ---- -^-.- 
Wingo  Young.     Born  Jan.  7,  1851,  Walke, 
Madison  Co.,  Texas.     Capitalist. 


ABRAHAM  ROSE 

Born  Oct.  5,  1803,  Utica,  Oneida  Co.,  N. 
Y  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1853,  John 
W.  Cooley  Co.  President  High  Priests 
Quorum  30  years. 


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ALLEY  STEPHEN  ROSE 
Son    of    Abraham     Rose    and    Catherine 
Nicholson.     Born  March  6,  1841,  Carthage, 
Athens  Co.,  Ohio.     President  56th  Quorum 
Seventies. 


WILLIAM   JOSEPH   TAYLOR 
Born     July     7,     1832,     Trowbridge,     Eng. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    27,    1853,    Oxteam 
Company.        Home      Missionary ;      Ward 
Teacher;    Seventy.      Constable. 


WILLIAM  JOSEPH  TAYLOR,  JR. 
Son  of  William  Joseph  Taylor  and  Mary 
Bowring.      Born    Nov.     23,    1859,    Provo, 
Utah.     Missionary  ;  High  Priest ;  Bishop's 
Counselor ;  President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


THOMAS  SHORE  WADSWORTH 
Born  Oct.  6,  1838,  Bradford,  Yorkshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1853,  Da- 
vid Wilkins  Company.  Captain  of  Artil- 
lery, Nauvoo  Legion.  Echo  Canyon  War 
Veteran. 


HENRY  WALKER 

Born  Dec.  9,  1806,  Upper  Bullingham,  Eng 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1853.  High  Priest 
Carpenter  and  Farmer. 


JOHN  HENRY  WALKER 
Son   of   Henry   Walker   and   Ann    Preece. 
Born    Sept.    6',    1843,    Upper    Billingham, 
Eng.     President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  at  Union, 
Utah  ;  Superintendent  Sunday  School. 


YEPPA  BENSON 
Born  ir i   December,   1795.     Came  to  Utah 


YEPPA  BENSON,  JR. 
Son   of  Yeppa  Benson  and  Hannah  Han- 
sen.       Born    April    1,    1866,    Lehi,    Utah. 
Bishop  Weston  Ward,  Idaho. 


GEORGE    DAVIS 

Born  Nov.  4,  1833,  Stoke  Abbott,  Dorset- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  16,  1853-, 
John  Brown  Company.  Bishop  Wilford 
Ward,  Idaho. 


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JAMES   DENNING 

Born  March  2,  1830,  Cofford,  Kelmerston, 
Somersetshire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct. 
17,  1853,  Christopher  Arthur  Company. 
Veteran  Echo  Canyon  War. 


JAMES  HENRY  DENNING 
Son   of  James   Denning  and  Sarah  Merri- 
fleld.      Born  Jan.    25,    1853,   on  board  ship 
in    Irish    Channel.       High    Priest;    High 
Councilor.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM  N.  FIFE 

Born  Oct.  16,  1831,  Kincardine,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  18,  1853,  John  Brown 
Company.  Seventy. 


MORONI  GERBER 

Son  of  John  Gerber,  who  came  to  Utah  in 
1853,  James  Brown  Company,  and  Anna 
Maria  Ackeret.  Born  Oct.  4,  1856,  Cedar 
City,  Utah.  High  Priest. 


JENS  HANSEN 

Born  Feb.  14,  1822,  Roskild,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1853.  High 
Priest.  Minuteman  in  Black  Hawk  In- 
dian War.  City  Councilman. 


HANS   CHRISTIAN   HANSEN 
Son  of  Jens  Hansen  and  Charlotte  S.   D. 
Peterson.      Born   Sept.   14,   1850.    Bishop's 
Counselor.     Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Vet. 


DANIEL   HARVEY 

Born  May  29,  1830,  Stanford,  Leope,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  13,  1865,  Rosel  Hyde 
Company.  Seventy. 


DANIEL  HARVEY,  JR. 
Son  of  Daniel  Harvey  and  Hannah  Smuin. 
Born  Nov.  21,  1860,  London,  Eng.  Seventy. 


JOHN  PIDDING  JONES 


Born  June  10,  1819,  Greenber  Field,  York, 
England.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6,  1852, 
James  K.  Maxwell  Company.  Adjutant, 
Co.  D,  Utah  Militia.  Machinist. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1853 


JOHN   LEE   JONES 

Son  of  John  Pidding  Jones  and  Margaret 
Lee.  Born  Hay  18,  1841.  Came  to  Utah 
Oct.  6,  1852,  James  K.  Maxwell  Com- 
pany. 


JAMBS   SIMKINS  JONES 
Son  of  John  Lee  Jones  and  Rachel   Sim- 
kins.     Born  March   17,   1877,   Enoch,  Iron 
Co.,  Utah.     Was  an  active  worker  in  the 
Church. 


WILLIAM  C.  MANNING 
Born  Jan.  23,  1819,  Buckfastleigh,  Devon, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.    16,   1853,   C.   E. 
Bolton      Independent      Company.       Elder. 
Carpenter. 


ELI  MANNING 

Son  of  William  C.  Manning  and  Elizabeth 
Elliott.  Born  April  IB,  1844,  Totnes, 
Devon,  Eng.  Assistant  Sunday  School 
Superintendent. 


DAVID  E.  MANNING 
Son  of  Eli  Manning  and  Deborah  Hollist. 
Born    Sept.    9,    1866,    Farmington,    Utah. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


THOMAS   PARKINSON 
Born    Jan.    1,    1825,    Malen,    Lancashire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  17,  1853.     Vet- 
eran  Echo'  Canyon   War.     Justice   of  the 
Peace. 


JAMES   PARKINSON 

Born    May    6,     1850,    Wray,    Lancashire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.    17,  1853. 


FRANCIS  HUBBARD  REEDER 

Born   Oct.    13,  1830,   Warwickshire,    Eng. 

Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6,  1853.     Candy  Mer- 
chant. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  REEDER 
Son  of  F.  H.  Reeder  and  Elizabeth  Maria 
Hemming.      Born    Oct.    26,    1857,   at    Salt 
Lake  City.    Lives  at  Ogden,  Utah.     Indian 
Agent  at  Fort  Hall,  Idaho. 


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JOHN    JONES    WILLIAMS 
Born  Aug.  12,  1823,  Black  Thome,  Breck- 
nockshire,   South    Wales.      Came   to   Utah 
Oct.    17,    1853,    Christopher    Arthur    Com- 
pany.    Blacksmith ;   Farmer. 


AZARIAH  F.  JONES  WILLIAMS 
Son    of   John    Jones    Williams    and    Mary 
Jones.     Born  Dec.  20,  1857,  Brigham  City, 
Utah.      Farmer ;    Stockraiser    and    Dairy- 
man. 


ANDREW  CHENEY  VAN  BUREN 
Born  Feb.  9,  1840,  in  Missouri.     Came  to 
Utah     in     1853,     James     Snow     Company. 
City     Councilman     and     President     Town 
Board,  Manti,  Utah.     Farmer. 


CHARLES  WESTOVER 
Born   Nov.   25,   1827,   Licking,  Muskingum 
Co.,  Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  in   1853,  Capt. 
Snow      Company.      High      Priest ;      Ward 
Teacher.     Farmer  and  Thresher. 


PETER  I.  OLSEN 

Son  of  Seren  Olsen  and  Bertha  Peters- 
datter.  Born  Jan.  6,  1856.  Lives  at 
Price,  Utah.  Sunday  School  Superinten- 
dent from  1883-95  ;  Ward  Teacher. 


SEREN  OLSEN,  JR. 

Son  of  Seren  Olsen  and  Bertha  Peterson. 
Born  Sept.  24,  1860.  Lives  at  Price,  Utah. 
High  Priest ;  Ward  Teacher.  Member  of 
City  Council. 


THOMAS   ABBOTT 
Pioneer.     Farmington,  Utah. 


L.    E.   ABBOTT 

Son     of    Thomas    Abbott.       With     Claim 
Department  O.  S.  L.  Ry.,  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM  OVE  ANDERSON 
Came  to  Utah  1853.    Father  of  the  wife  of 
John  C.  Lambert,  Kamas,  Utah. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1853 


WILLIAM  BICKIXGTON 
Born    in    1811,    Maxstoke,    Warwickshire, 
Eng.      Came  to  Utah   in   1853.      Settled  at 
Marriott,   Utah,   in  1855. 


WILLIAM  HENRY  CALDWELL 
Son    of    Isaac    James    Caldwell    and    Eliza 
Ann  Russell.      Born   Jan.   18,  1861. 


JOSEPH  CHAMBERLAIN 
Born    May    12,     1812,    Ocean    Co.,    N.    J. 
Came   to   Utah   in    1853,    Preston   Thomas 
Company.      Salt   and   Lumber   Dealer. 


JAMES  T.   CHAMBERLAIN 
Son  of  Joseph  Chamberlain  and  Amy  Wil- 
bert.     Born   March   18,    1847,   Toms   River, 
N.  J.     Sheep  Raiser.     Real  Estate  Owner. 


THOMAS  ROSCOE   CHAMBERLAIN 
Son    of    James    T.    Chamberlain    and    Su- 
sanna  Alston.      Born    March    30,    1889,    at 
Salt  Lake  City.     Entomologist. 


EZEKIEL  WELLS  CHENEY 
Related  to  Charles  Aldous. 


WILLIAM   CORDINGLEY 
Son  of  Thomas  Cordingley,  who  came  to 
Utah   in  1853,  and  Mary  Lee.     Born  Aug. 
20,   1835,   Idle  Bradsford,  Yorkshire,   Eng. 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM    T.    CORUINGLEY 
Son  of  William  Cordingley  and  Parmelia 
Haggins.     Born  Dec.  1,  1857. 


ROBERT  LEE  BYBEE 
Son   of   Robert   Lee   Bybee,   who   came   to 
Utah   October,   1851,  Alfred   Garden  Com- 
pany,   and    Jane    Miller.      Born    Sept.    14, 
1861.     Bishop.     Farmer. 


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CHARLES   CRABTREE 
Born  July  7,  1827,  Yorkshire,  Eng.     Came 
to    Utah    in    1853,    Lot    Smith    Company. 
Farmer. 


CHARLES    SAMUEL    CRABTREE 
Son    of    Charles    Crabtree    and    Elizabeth 
Aston.      Born   July   7,    1857,   at   Salt  Lake 
City.     Bishop  of  Idaho  Falls  Ward.     Con- 
tractor and  Builder. 


MORGAN  DAVIES 
Born  May  10,  1847,  in  Wales. 
Utah  in  1853.  High  Priest. 


Came   to 


JOHN  DOBBIE 

Born    May    24,    1826.      Came    to   Utah    in 
1853.      Pioneer  Mining  and   Sawmill   Man. 


ERNEST  EATON 

Son  of  Joseph  Orlando  Beckwith  Eaton, 
who  came  to  Utah  about  1853,  and  Vic- 
torine  Elizabeth  Walker.  Born  Jan.  12, 
1875,  Pleasant  Grove,  Utah.  Merchant. 


IRVIN   EATON 

Son  of  Joseph  Orlando  Beckwith  Eaton, 
and  Victorine  Elizabeth  Walker.  Born 
Nov.  21,  1879,  Pleasant  Grove,  Utah. 
President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  City  Councilman. 


JOHN  EDWARDS 

Born  Jan.   17,  1817,  Langoedmore  Parish, 
Cardiganshire,    South    Wales.      Came     to 
Utah  in  1853.     Coal  Miner. 
25 


WILLIAM  EDWARDS 
Son  of  John  Edwards  and  Margaret  Rob- 
erts.    Born  Oct.   22,   1857,   Brigham  City, 
Utah.     Mayor  of  Logan. 


WILLIAM  LEWIS  EDWARDS 
Son    of   William    Edwards    and    Mary    A. 
Lewis.     Born  Aug.  19,  1886,  Logan,   Utah, 
Merchant. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1853 


ASA  FARLEY 
Pioneer  to  Weber  County  1853. 


JAMES   FISHER 

Son  of  James  Fisher,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1853,  and  Emma  Burrows.  Born  Dec 
30,  1857,  Provo,  Utah.  Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


HENRY  DILL  GIFFORD 
Born  April  28,  1825,  Recating;,  Wayne  Co., 
Pa.     Came  to   Utah   in   1853,   Capt.   Snow 
Company.      Seventy. 


GEORGE  WASHINGTON  GIFFORD 
Son  of  Henry  Dill  Gifford  and  Almira  Ann 
Braffett.     Born  Jan.  10,  1857,  Mantl,  Utah. 
Justice  of  Peace. 


ABRAHAM    H.    GREENHALGH 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853.     Farmer. 


PETER  GREENHALGH 
Son     of    Abraham     H.     Greenhalgh     and 
Sarah  Hope.     Born  May  3,  1853,  in  Iowa. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father. 


ANDREW  HANSEN 

Born  July  10,  1809,  Norup,  Odense  Amt, 
Fyen  Denmark.  Tame  to  Utah  in  1853. 
Lived  at  Ephraim,  Utah. 


JAMES  HANSEN 

Born  Nov.  20,  1860,  Ephraim,  Utah.  Mem- 
ber 1st  City  Council,  Redmond,  Utah. 
vice-President  two  Irrigation  companies. 


WILLIAM  EDWARD  HAWKINS 
Born    Jan.    31,    1844,    London,    England. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853. 


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JAMES   HENBFBR 

Born  in  1820,  Staffordshire,  Bng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1853.  High  Priest.  Black- 
smith. 


LEHI  HENEFER 

Son  of  James  Henefer  and  Sarah  Hulks. 
Born  July  5,  1847,  Staffordshire,  Eng. 
Elder.  School  Trustee ;  Constable ; 
Farmer. 


THOMAS  HILL, 

Born  Dec.  25,  1820,  Lancashire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853.  High  Priest. 
Plasterer. 


JAMES  JACK 

Born  in  1829,  in  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah 
in  1853.  Seventy.  Director  Saltair  Beach 
Company. 


WILLIAM  H.  JACK 

Son  of  James  Jack  and  Jemima  Innis. 
Born  Jan.  2,  1859,  at  Salt  Lake  City. 
Seventy.  Superintendent  Inland  Crystal 
Salt  Company. 


ROBERT  JOHNSON 

Born  Sept.  4,  1823,  Guilden  Button,  Che- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1853. 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


THOMAS  LATIMER 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853.     Lumber  'Merchant 
and  Planing  Miller. 


SAMUEL    LIXTON 

Born  June  27,  1827,  in  Ireland.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1853.  Member  49th  Quorum 
Seventies ;  High  Priest.  Veteran  Echo 
Canyon  War.  Farmer. 


JOHN  BUTTON  LINTON 
Son  of  Samuel   Linton  and  Ellen   Sutton. 
Born   April    6,    1859,    at    Salt   Lake   City. 
Bishop's   Counselor. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1853 


JENS  PETER  JENSEN 
Born    Sept.    4,    1831,    Vensysel,    Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1857.     Seventy.     Member 
City  Council.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


HANS  PETER  JENSEN 
Son  of  Jens  Peter  Jensen  and  Inger  Neil- 
sen.      Born   Oct.    17,    1863,   Hyrum,   Utah. 
President  Seventies  Quorum. 


HYRUM  JENSEN 

Son    of    Jens    Peter    Jensen    and    Inger 
Neilsen.      Born  April  14,   1872. 


THOMAS    LYON 

Came  to  Utah  in  1853.     Relative  of  James 
H.  Anson  of  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM  McCARREY 
Born    Feb.    12,    1832,    Peel,    Isle    of   Man. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    3,    1853.      Seventy. 
Pioneer   of  Richmond,   Utah.      Echo   Can- 
yon War  Veteran. 


JAMES  LEWIS  McCARREY 
Born     May     3,     1872,     Richmond,     Utah. 
Missionary     to     Northern     States ;     High 
Priest;   President  39th  Quorum  Seventies. 
County  Superintendent  Schools. 


SAMUEL  McINTYRE 
Pec-    16.    1844,    in   Texas.      Came   to 

Miniw1853>aFaPtaln    Dallev   Company. 
Mining  Man ;   Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM   HOWELL   McINTYRE 
Born  March  19,  1848,  Grimes  Co.  Texas 
game  to  Utah   in   1853,   with  his  mother 

«=uit  TervandD0wner  of  Mclntyre  Building 
Salt  Lake;  Rancher,  Capitalist. 


JACOB  MADSON 
Father  of  Hans  Madson. 


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HANS  MADSON 

Born  Jan.  4,  1840,  Randers,  Denmark. 
Pioneer  to  Weber  County.  Prominent  in 
Church  Work  and  Polities. 


OSCAR  B.  MADSON 

Son  of  Hans  Madson  and  Annie  Broom. 
Born  March  28,  1870,  Ogden,  Utah.  Coun- 
ty Commissioner. 


JOHN   BROOM 

Born  March  22,  1823,  Sheffield,  Yorkshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  October,  1851,  Alfred 
Cardon  Company.  Built  Broom  Hotel  in 
1882,  Ogden,  Utah.  Capitalist. 


JOSIAH  FLEMMING  MARTIN 
Born   Dec.   15,   1815,   Huntingdon   County, 
Pa.     Came  to  Utah  in  1853.     Sevier  Coun- 
ty Selectman.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOSIAH   FLEMING  MARTIN,   JR. 
Son  of  Josiah   Flemming  Martin   and   Ce- 
lincla    Hannah    Russell.       Born    Aug.     12, 
1857,  at  Salt  Lake  City.     Lived  at  Salina, 
Utah. 


MARTIN   MILLER 

Born  June  23,  1843,  in  Denmark.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1853.  Black  Hawk  Indian 
War  Veteran.  Seventy.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH    MOFFKTT 
Came  to  Utah  in   1853. 


ISAAC   C.    MORRIS 

Born  April  26,  1828,  Llanfair,  Montgom- 
eryshire, North  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in 
1853. 


JAMES  MUIR 

Born  in  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  in  1853, 
Oxteam  Company.  Seventy ;  High  Priest. 
Shoemaker. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1853 


ISAAC   JAMES  NEDDO 
Born    March    14,    1851,    LaSalle,    Monroe 
Co.,  Mich.     Came  to  Utah  in  1853.     Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran.     High  Priest. 
Farmer  and  Sheepraiser. 


THOMAS   NICOL 

Born  Nov.  22,  1824,  Coleton,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853.  Missionary  in 
Scotland  ;  High  Priest.  Indian  War  Vet- 
eran ;  also  in  Echo  Canyon  War. 


HYRUM  CHASE  NICOL 
Born    Feb.    9,    1876,    Heber    City,    Utah. 
Member  20th  Quorum  Seventies.     Bishop's 
Counselor. 


Born 


JOHN  OSGUTHORPE 
March     10,     1823,     Sheffield,     Eng. 


Came  to  Utah  Fa'll  of  1853,  Capt.  Charles 
Wilkins  Company.     Lawyer. 


RALPH    PARTINGTON 
Came    to   Utah    in    1853.      Carpenter   and 
Joiner. 


JOHN  PEA 

Born  July  11,  1783,  York  County,  S.  C. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  Orson  Pratt  Com- 
pany. Blacksmith. 


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OLIVER  PENROD 

Born  Sept.  20,  1831,  Jackson  County,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  Richard  Ballan- 
tyne  Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer  ana 
Musician. 


OLIVER  ALLEN  PENROD 
Son    of    Oliver    Penrod    and     Hannahette 
Mower.       Born    July    31,     1869,    Fountain 
Green,  Utah.     Justice  of  Peace.     Farmer. 


ALEXANDER   PERRY 
Born    Dec.     21,     1829,     Paisley,    Scotland. 
Came    to    Utah    In    1853.      Gardener    and 
Farmer. 


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WILLIAM    S.   PRICE 

Born  in  1808,  Coleton,  Leicestershire,  Eng. 
Came     to     Utah     in     1853.       Shoemaker. 


HERBERT   PRICE 

Son  of  William  S.  Price  and  Ann  Platts. 
Born  Sept.  17,  1848,  Coleton,  England. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853.  Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


JAMES  RAMSAY   McPHERSON 
Born    March    81,    1831,    Glenproson,    For- 
forshire,  Scotland.     Came  to  Utah  Dec.  9, 
1853,    Preston    Thomas    Company.      Mis- 
sionary to  England  1884-85. 


JOSEPH  H.   RANDALL 
Came   to   Utah    in    1853.      Went   to    meet 
first    handcart    company    that     came     to 
Utah.     Janitor  of  St.  George  Temple. 


JAMES  RIRIE 

Born  Jan.  24,  1827,  Newcastle,  Frazer, 
Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  in  September, 
1853,  Jacob  Gates  Oxteam  Company. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


ALEXANDER  RIRIE 
Son    of    James    Ririe    and    Ann    Boyack. 
Born   Oct.    24,    1863,    West   Weber,    Utah. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN  ROGERS  ROBBINS 
Born     Sept.     11,     1809,     in     New    Jersey. 
Came    to    Utah    in    1853.      High    Priest. 
Farmer  and   Sawmill   Man. 


CHARLES    BURTIS    ROBBINS 
Son  of  John  Rogers  Robbins. 


BENJAMIN  ROWLAND 
Born  Sept.  30,  1837,  Dowells,  South  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  Daniel  Jones  Com- 
pany.     Seventy.      Worked   on   Salt   Lake 
Temple. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1853 


ELIJAH  SHAW 

Born  Feb.  15,  1822,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853.  Elder  and  Ward 
Teacher.  Lived  at  North  Ogden,  Utah 


WILLIAM  ORSON  SHAW 
Son    of    Elijah    Shaw    and    Martha    Ann 
Thomas.      Born    in    1850,    Council    Bluffs, 
Iowa.      Came     to    Utah     in     1853       High 
Priest ;  Missionary.     Farmer  ;  Stockraiser 


JOHN  SHAW 

Son  of  Elijah  Shaw  and  Martha  Ann 
Thomas.  Born  April  9,  1864,  Pleasant 
\iew,  Utah.  Member  70th  Quorum  Sev- 
enties ;  Sunday  School  Supt  Farmer 


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SILAS    SMITH 

Son  of  Asael  Smith  and  Elizabeth  Shill- 
ing. Born  June  6,  1822.  Came  to  Utah 
in  1853.  Bishop  of  Provo,  Utah.  Farmer- 
Lawyer. 


RALPH   SNOWBALL 

Born  July  25,  1844,  in  England.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1853.  Elder.  Black  Hawk  In- 
dian War  Veteran.  Teamster. 


ALMA   TATLOR 

Son  of  John  Taylor  and  Eleanor  Burkett 
Born  March  6,  1834,  in  Missouri  Came 
to  Utah  with  father.  Farmer. 


HYRUM   HENRY  TAYLOR 
Son   of  Alma  Taylor  and   Celia  Anzinette 

'  Utah- 


ASHAEL  THORN 

Born  Sept.  16,  1808,  in  Pennsylvania 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  Capt.  Joseph  Thorn 
Company.  Settled  in  Uintah,  Utah 


RICHARD  THORN 

Son    of   Ashael    Thorn   and    Sarah    Lester 
Born     Feb.      20,     1838,     Summprhlll,     Pa.. 
Came    to    Utah     in     1853,    Joseph    Thorn 
Company.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


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WILLIAM   WAGSTAPF 
Born  July  13,  1809,  Caldicote,  Eng.     Came 
to     Utah     in     1853.     Bishop's     Counselor. 
Nurseryman  and   Seedsman. 


WILLIAM  WAULEY 

Born  Oct.  8,  1825.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
28,  1853.  Pioneer  to  Dixie  1862.  Raised 
first  fruit  in  Salt  Lake  City  and  Ogden. 


CHARLES  WELCH 

Born  May  18,  1828,  Leir,  Leicestershire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1853.  Member  of 
High  Council ;  Elder  ;  Missionary.  Street 
Supervisor. 


JAMES  WILBURN  WELKER 
Born  Jan.  17,  1825,  Jackson  County,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  Isaac  Stewart  Co. 
Bishop,  Alternate  High  Councilor.    Black- 
smith. 


ADAM  P.  WELKER 

Son  of  James  Wilburn  Welker  and  Annie 
Pugh.  Born  Feb.  4,  1853,  Alpine,  Utah. 
Active  Church  Worker. 


JAMES    ALBERT    WELKER 
Son  of  James  Wilburn  Welker  and  Annie 
Pugh.       Born     in     1851,     Pottawattamie 
County,     Iowa.       High     Priest ;     Bishop's 
Counselor.        Farmer. 


THOMAS  WEST 

Born  Oct.  1,  1852,  St.  Joseph,  Mo.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1853.  Missionary  to  England; 
High  Priest ;  Bishop's  Counselor ;  Tithing 
Clerk.  City  Councilman. 


JOSEPH  WHEELER 
Born    Oct.     27,    1828,    Whitelawn, 
Came  to  Utah  in  1853  by  oxteam. 


FREDERICK  WHEELER 

Eng.  Son    of   Joseph    Wheeler   and    Ann    Wood 

of  Whitelawn,  Eng.      Born  Sept.  30,  1859, 
Ogden,  Utah. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1854 


WINWARD  WHITBY 
Born  Oct.   16,   1831,  Chelton,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1853,  Capt.  Williams  Company. 


JAMES  WHITBY 

Son  of  Winward  Whitby  and  Anne  Jane 
McCowan.  Born  Nov.  30,  1856,  Nephi, 
Utah.  Elder.  Constable  at  Marion ; 
School  Trustee ;  Farmer. 


CHARLES   WOODMANSEE 
Born    March    4,    1828,    Highland    County, 
Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  in  1853,  Joel  Terrill 
Company.          Established        Woodmansee 
Theater  at  Ogden.     Successful  farmer. 


CHARLES   HENRY  WOODMANSEE 
Son  of  Charles  Woodmansee  and  Harriet 
E.    Porter.      Born    June    4,    1867,    Ogden, 
Utah.      Fremont     County     Commissioner. 
Pres.    First    National    Bank,    Rexburg. 


SAMUEL  PORTER  WOODMANSEE 
Son  of  Charles  Woodmansee  and  Harriet 
E.    Porter.      Born    June    6,    1874,    Ogden, 
Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JAMES  ALBERT  WOODMANSEE 
Son  of  Charles  Woodmansee  and  Harriet 
E.    Porter.      Born   Aug.    19,    1876,   Ogden, 
Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser.     Resides 
at  Rexburg,  Idaho. 


JOSEPH  WOODWARD 

Father   of   the    wife   of   David    Murray   of 
Wellsville,  Utah.     Came  to  Utah  1853. 


JOHN  X.   SMITH 

Born  Sept.  9,  1827,  Northamptonshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  about  1854.  Bishop 
of  2nd  Ward  of  Beaver  Stake  187.7-88. 


JOHN  ANDREW    SMITH 
Son  of  John  X.  Smith  and  Margaret  Pat- 
terson.     Born    June    9,    1856,    Cedar   City,  ' 
Utah.    Alternate  Member  High  Council  of 
Beaver  Stake. 


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39.5 


JOHN  THOMAS  SMITH 
Son  of  John  Andrew  Smith  and  Charlotte 
Swindlehurst.     Born  May  10,  1880. 


JOHN   KELLY 

Born  Aug.   5,   1824,  Kilmarnock,   Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  in  July,   1854.     Merchant. 


E.  W.  KELLY 

Son  of  John  Kelly.     Merchant,   Salt  Lake 
City. 


EDWIN  WARD  SMOUT 
Born    May    21,    1823,    Tipton,    Eng.     Came 
to  Utah   in  July,   1854,   Independent  Com- 
pany.   Bishop's  Counselor.     Tailor. 


WILLIAM   O.   SMOUT 
Son  of  Edwin  W.  Smout  and  Leah  Oakley. 
Born    1850     in     Pennsylvania.       Came    to 
Utah  in  1853.  Resides  at  Slaterville,  Utah. 


SAMUEL  SMOUT 

Son  of  Edwin  W.  Smout  and  Leah  Oak- 
ley. Born  Aug.  6,  1866,  Slaterville,  Utah. 
Resides  at  Ogden,  Utah. 


DAVID  ABSALOM  TIDWELL 
Son    of    Thomas    Tidwell,    who    came    to 
Utah    in    July,.    1854,    and    Louisa    Tyler. 
Born  Dec.  23,  1866,  Nephi,  Utah. 


GEORGE  FRAUGHTON 
Born  March   10,   1822,  Champlain,  Franklin 
Co.,    N.   Y.      Came   to   Utah   AUK.    3,    1854, 
James   Ivie   Company.      Black   Hawk   In- 
dian War  Veteran. 


FRANKLIN  AUGUSTUS  FRAUGHTON 
Son  of  George  Fraughton  and  Henrietta 
Case.  Born  Jan.  31,  1846,  Westfield, 
Chautauqua  Co.,  N.  Y.  Bishop. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1854 


JOHN  SEAMAN 
Born  Dec.  18,  1832,  Ithaca,  N.  Y.  Came 
to  Utah  Aug.  4,  1854,  Bartlett  Brown 
Company.  State  Senator,  Weber  and  Box 
Elder  Counties. 


THOMAS  JEFFERSON  KING 
Born  May  27,  1806,  Ashfort,  Mass.    Came 
to  Utah   Aug.    9,    1854,    Benjamin   Truman 
Company.       Mail  and  Express  Contractor. 


THOMAS    FRANKLIN    KING 
Son  of  Thos.  J.  King  and  Rebecca  E.  Olin 
Born   May   1,   1842,    Mantua,   Portage   Co! 
Ohio. 


THOMAS  EDWARD  KING 
Son  of  Thos.  F.  King.     Born  Jan.  17,  1867 
Mountain  Dell,  Salt  Lake  Co.,  Utah. 


CHARLES    HENRY    R.    STEVENS 
Born  Aug.  16,  1837,  Cheltenham,  Glouces- 
tershire,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah  in  August, 
1854,    Van    Etten    Freight    Train.      Black 
Hawk   Indian    War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  WALTON  BURTON 
Born    March    23, .  1833,    Bradford,    York- 
shire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  23,  1854 
Job  Smith  Company.     Counselor  in  Presi- 
dency Star  Valley  Stake. 


JOSEPH    FIELDING    BURTON 

R»nh  ?f -W1,1."am     Walton     Burton     and 
Rachel    Fielding.       Born    March    3,    1861, 

,I±£fCr?rtyv;,Vtal1-     Manager  Utah  Im- 
plement &  Vehicle  Co. 


WILLIAM  FIELDING  BURTON 
Son     of     William     Walton     Burton     and 
Rachel     Fielding.       Born    Nov.     10,     1862, 
Kaysville,   Utah. 


JAMES  F.  BURTOX 

Son  of  William  Walton  Burton  and 
Rachel  Fielding.  Born  May  18,  1868  As- 
sistant Cashier  First  National  Bank  of 
Ogden. 


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397 


ROBERT   IBBOTSON    BURTON 
Son     of    William     Walton     Burton     and 
Rachel  Fielding.     Born  Feb.  9,  1879,  Og- 
den,    Utah.      2nd   President   77th   Quorum 
Seventies.     Secretary  Burton  Merc.  Co. 


REUBEN   FIELDING    BURTON 
Son  of  William  Walton  Burton  and  Ellen 
Fielding.      Born   March    10,    1880,    Ogden. 
Stake  Secretary  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  City  Treas- 
urer of  Afton,  Wyo. 


HEBER  FIELDING  BURTON 
Son  of  William  Walton  Burton  and  Ellen 
Fielding.      Born    March    6,    1868,    Ogden, 
Utah.     Sunday  School  Supt.     Bookkeeper. 


THOMAS    FIELDING    BURTON 
Son  of  William  Walton  Burton  and  Sarah 
Ann  Fielding.     Born  May  12,  1871,  Ogden, 
Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor.     Director  Bur- 
ton Mercantile  Company. 


WILFORD    FIELDING    BURTON 
Son  of  William  Walton  Burton  and  Sarah 
Ann  Fielding.     Born  May  17,  1882,  Ogden, 
Utah. 


EPHRAIM  FIELDING  BURTON 
Son  of  William  Walton  Burton  and  Sarah 
Ann  Fielding.     Born  April  3,   1886.     Mgr. 
Burton  Creamery  Association. 


GEORGE   FIELDING   BURTON 
Son  of  William  Walton  Burton  and  Sarah 
Ann   Fielding.     Born   April   27,    1888,   Af- 
ton, Wyo. 


THOMAS  GRIFFIN 

Born  Dec.  28,  1828,  Birmingham,  Em;. 
Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1854,  Job 
Smith  Independent  Company.  Mayor  of 
Richmond.  Director  Richmond  Co-op. 


JAMES  HEALEY 

Born  March  31,  1824,  Derbyshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1854,  Job 
Smith  Company.  High  Priest. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1854 


EPHRAIM  HEALEY 

Son  of  James  Healey  and  Elizabeth 
Smith.  Born  Jan.  26,  1847,  Wittake, 
Leicestershire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  with 
father.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


THOMAS  JOHN  JAMES 
Son    of    Joseph    James    and    Sarah    John. 
Born   Oct.   31,   1835,   Pembrokeshire,   Eng. 
Came  to  Utah   Sept.   24,   1854,  Job  Smith 
Company.     High  Priest. 


JOHN  REES  JONES,  JR.. 
Son    of   John    Rees    Jones,    who    came    to 
Utah  in  September,  1854,  and  Mary  A.  S. 
Ridd.     Born  April   7,   1875,   at  Salt   Lake 
City.     Elder. 


JAMES   EARDLEY 

Born  Feb.  25,  1830,  Swadlincote,  Derby- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1854, 
James  Brown  Company.  Patriarch  ;  Mer- 
chant. 


WILLIAM  S.  GRAY 

Son  of  Joseph  Reeves  Gray,  who  came  to 
Utah  In  October,  1864,  John  Brown  Com- 
pany, and  Mary  Franklin.  Born  Nov.  28, 
1858,  Lehi,  Utah. 


HEZEKIAH   Ml  7CHELL 
Born  May  31,  1810,  Simondly  (near  Stock- 
port),  Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1854, 
James  Brown  Company.     High  Priest. 


FREDERICK  A.  H.  FRANK  MITCHELL 
Son  of  Hezekiah  Mitchell  and  Sarah  Mal- 
linson.  Born  July  14,  1835,  Sheffield, 
Yorkshire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  In  Sep- 
tember, 1854,  James  Brown  Company. 


ALFRED  HEZEKIAH  MITCHELL 
Son  of  Frederick  Augustus  Herman  Frank 
Mitchell   and   Margaret  Thompson.     Born 
March  26,  1879,  at  Salt  Lake  City, 


ARTHUR  S.  SMITH 

Born  Jan.  31,  1808,  Shropshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1854,  James 
Brown  Company.  High  Priest. 


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399 


JOHN  ALBISTON 

Born  April  4,  1814,  Stockport,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1854,  Darwin  Richard- 
son Company.  Pioneer  Grantsville,  Utah. 


JOHN  ALBISTON,  JR. 
Son  of  John  Albiston  and  Elizabeth  Mel- 
lor.       Born     Feb.     7,     1842.       Clerk    High 
Priests   Quorum. 


JOHN  WILLIAM  ALBISTON 
Son  of  John  Albiston,  Jr.,  and  Mary  Ann 
Lee.      Born   April    20,    1868.      Engaged    in 
Threshing  Machine  and  Sawmill  Business. 


WILLIAM  JEX 

Born  Sept.  5,  1831,  Crostwick,  Norfolk- 
shire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1854, 
Darwin  Richardson  Company .  City 
Councilman,  Spanish  Fork.  Patriarch. 


JESSE    RHOADES    BURBIDGE 
Son    of    James    Rhoades    Burbidge    and 
Mary  Brown.     Born  March  1,   1844,  Bed- 
fordshire,   Eng.      Came   to   Utah,    Darwin 
Richardson  Company. 


JOHN  A.    LEWIS 

Born  Dec.  11,  1814,  Llandaff,  South  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1854,  Darwin 
Richardson  Company. 


FREDRICK  LEWIS 

Son  of  John  A.  Lewis  and  Ann  John. 
Born  May  29,  1844,  Cardiff,  Wales.  Leader 
of  Marshall  Band  1862-76. 


EDWARD   MAW 
Came    to    Utah    in    1862.      High 
Shoemaker  and  Farmer. 


Priest. 


ROBERT  MAW 

Son  of  Edward  Maw  and  Dina  Gledall. 
Born  Sept.  12,  1834,  Root,  Enpland.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1881,  Darwin  Rlch- 
ardson  Company.  High  Priest. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1854 


ROBERT  MAW,  JR. 
Son  of  Robert  Maw  and  Lois  Reeves 
Born  May  11,  1879,  Plain  City,  Utah 
Priest.  Street  Car  Conductor. 


ABRAHAM  MAW 

Son  of  Edward  Maw  and  Dina  Gledall. 
Born  April  10,  1837,  Root,  Lincolnshire, 
Eng. 


ELIAS  W1LLARD  WILLIAMS 
Born    June    26,    1818,    Whitinsville,    Mass. 
Came   to    Utah    in    1854.      Seventy.      Jus- 
tice of  Peace,  Mona,  several  years.  Painter 
and  Cabinetmaker. 


ELIAS    W1LLAHD    WILLIAMS,    JR. 
Son  of  Ellas  Willard  Williams  and  Lucy 
Hendrlcks.     Born  April   19,   1858,   Spring- 
ville,  Utah.     Deacon.     Farmer  and  Sheep- 
man. 


STEPHEN    WILLIAMS 
Came  to  Utah  in  1854,  Capt.  Richardson 
Company. 


JOHN   WILLIAMS 

Son  of  Stephen  Williams  and  Emma  Jane 
.  Hilyard.     Born  Nov.  9,  1841,  Bristol,  En« 
Came  to  Utah  in  1854.  High  Priest:  Bish- 
ops Counselor. 


EUVIN    K.    WILLIAMS 
Son  of  John  Williams  and  Mary  Christina 
Overlaid       Born  April    10,   1887,   Ephraim, 
Utah      Seventy;  Assistant  Sunday  School 
Superintendent.     Mayor  of  Emery 


HUGH  ADAMS 

Born  June  4,  1829,  Old  Craighall,  near 
Musselburgh,  Parish  of  Inveresk,  Scot- 
land. Came  to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1854,  Daniel 
Garn  Company. 


JOHN  QUINCY  ADAMS 
Son  of  Hugh  Adams  and  Mary  Horlocher. 
Born  Dec.  16,  1866,  Losan,  Utah.     Bishop- 
5th  Ward,  Logan. 


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401 


HENRY  GARDNER 

Born  Aug.  9,  1848,  Oving,  Sussex,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1854,  Daniel  Garn 
Company. 


WILLIAM   GEDDES 

Born  Dec.  8,  1832,  Bilston,  Lanarkshire, 
Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  2,  1854. 
Worked  on  Salt  Lake  Temple. 


JOSEPH  STEWART  GEDDES 
Son     of    William    Geddes    and     Elizabeth 
Stewart.     Born  Dec.  18,  1857,  at  Salt  Lake 
City.     President  Oneida  Stake. 


HUGH   S.   GEDDES 

Son  of  William  Geddes  and  Martha  Stew- 
art. Born  July  25,  1859,  Plain  City,  Utah. 
Bishop  Preston  Ward. 


JOSEPH  FINCH 

Son  of  William  Finch,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  1,  1854,  Daniel  Garn  Company,  and 
Rebecca  Woodall.  Born  Aug.  26,  1831, 
Birmingham,  England. 


JOSEPH   HADFIELD 

Born  March  3,  1827,  Hazel  Grove,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1854,  Daniel  Garn 
Company.  High  Priest.  Pioneer  Silk 
Weaver ;  Brickmaker. 


JOSEPH  HADFIELD,  JR. 
Son  of  Joseph  Hadfield  and  Jane  W.  Red- 
fern.      Born    Oct.    24,    1854,    at    Salt   Lake 
City.        Sunday     School      Superintendent ; 
Seventy.     Constable.     Farmer. 
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WILLIAM  McGHIE,  JR. 
Son    of    William    McGhie    and    Elizabeth 
Collins.     Born   Jan.    6,    1830,   in   Scotland. 
Postmaster  at  Butler,  Utah. 


ALEXANDER  McGHIE 
Son  of  William  McGhie,  Jr.,  and  Mary  Mc- 
Blain.     Born  Nov.  8,  1853,  in  Scotland. 


402 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1854 


WILLIAM   ATHOL  McMASTER 
Born   Sept.    20,   1816,   Greenock,  Renfrew- 
shire,   Scotland.      Came    to    Utah    Oct     1 
1854,     Daniel     Garn     Company.     Member 
llth  Ward  Bishopric. 


JOHN  B.  McMASTER 
Son  of  William  Athol  McMaster  and  Mar- 
garet D.  Ferguson.  Born  Aug.  17,  1843, 
Dunfermline,  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah 
Oct.  1,  1854,  Daniel  Garn  Company. 


ALEXANDER    McMASTER 
Son  of  William  Athol  McMaster  and  Mar- 
garet D.  Ferguson.    Born  Aug.  12,  1857,  at 
Salt  Lake  City.     High  Counselor;   Super- 
intendent llth  Ward  Sunday  School 


WATKIN  REES 

Born  Jan.  23,  1830,  Merthyr  Tydfll,  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1854,  Daniel  Garn 
Company. 


CHARLES   HORATIO  RHEES 
Born   Feb.   27,   1833,   Bath,   Somersetshire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.   1,   1854,   Daniel 
Garn  Company. 


REUBEN  THOMAS  RHEES 
Son   of  C.   H.   Rhees  and   Eliza  P.   Rhees. 
Born  Nov.   18,  1867,  Ogden,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  LYLE  STEWART 
Born    Nov.    19,    1846,    Glasgow,    Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah   1854.   Daniel  Garn  Company. 
Bishop     Warren     Ward.       Member     State 
Legislature. 


WILLIAM  THOMAS  STEWART 
Son  of  William  Lyle  Stewart  and   Sarah 
Jane  Thomas. 


JAMES  TOOMER 

Born  June  8,  1827,  Salisbury,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1854,  Daniel  Garn  Com- 
pany. Captain  Police  at  Morgan. 


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PETER  ANDERSON 

Son  of  Jens  Anderson  and  Anna  Jorgen- 
sen.     Born  Dec.  10,  1847. 


JOSEPH  S.  ANDERSON 
Son  of  Jens  Anderson,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  5,  1854,  Hans  Peter  Olsen  Company, 
and  Anna  Jorgensen.     Born  Oct.   3,   1855, 
Fillmore. 


JENS  THOMPSON  BALLE 
Born  Jan.  20,  1819,  Nibe,  Denmark.    Came 
to   Utah   Oct.   5,   1854,   Hans   Peter   Olsen 
Company.    Bishop  4th  Ward,  Ephraim,  Utah. 


CHRISTIAN  THOMPSON  BALLE 
Son   of    Jens   Thompson    Balle   and    Ingre 
Christine   Peterson.      Born    Nov.    22,    1849, 
Aalborgr,      Denmark.        Bishop      Fremont 
Ward,  Utah. 


JERGEN  CHRISTOPHER  FOLKMAN 
Born  Sept.  10,  1792,  Westmarie,  Bornholm, 
Denmark.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1854. 


JEPPA  G.  FOLKMAN 

Born  Dec.  16,  1824,  Aokersogn,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1854,  H.  P.  Olsen 
Company.  First  Bishop  of  Soda  Springs. 


HANS  FREDRICK  HANSEN 
Came  to  Utah  1854,   Captain  Olsen  Com- 
pany. 


PETER  JOHNSON 

Born  Jan.  15,  1825,  Skono,  Sweden.  Came 
to  Utah  1854,  Captain  Olsen  Company. 
High  Priest.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


MADS  JOHNSON 

Son  of  Peter  Johnson  and  Dorthea  Madson. 
Born  March  6,  1860,  Lake  View,  Utah. 
Elder.  Deputy  Sheriff  of  Provo.  Farmer 
and  Fruit  Grower. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 18;>4 


SOREN  JENSEN 

Born  May  6,  1810,  Torse,  Hjorring  Amt, 
Denmark.  Came  to  Utah  1854,  Capt.  Ol- 
sen  Company.  Elder.  Farmer. 


LARS  .TOHANSEN 

Born  March  8,  1792.     Came  to  Utah  Oct. 
5,    1854.      High   Priest. 


PETER  CHRISTIAN  LARSEN 
Son  of  Soren  Larsen,   who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.    5,    1854,    and    Maria    Hansen.      Born 
March  23,  1874,  Spring  City,  Utah.     Bish- 
op's Counselor. 


CHRISTIAN  GRICE  LARSEN 
Son  of  Lars  Johansen  and  Anna  Margreta 
Sorensen.     Born  Dec.  17,  1828,  Veile  Amt, 
Denmark.     President  Emery  Stake.     Bish- 
op Spring  City. 


SAMUEL  HENRY  LARSEN 
Son  of  Christian  Grice  Larsen  and  Maria 
Caroline    Sorensen.       Born    Dec.    8,    1865, 
Spring    City,    Utah.      Bishop    Castle    Dale 
Ward. 


CHRISTIAN   J.    LARSE.V 
Son  of  Lars  Johansen  and  Anna  Margrela 
Sorensen.     Born  May  21,  1831,  Griesviele, 
Denmark.      Bishop    Logan,    Utah.      Patri- 
arch.    Indian   War   Veteran. 


LAURITZ  LARSEN 

Son  of  Lars  Johansen  and  Anna  Margreta 
Sorensen.  Born  Jan.  25,  1834,  Veile,  Den- 
mark. Bishop's  Counselor.  Mayor  Spring 


LAURITZ  ORSEN  LARSEN 
Son  of  Lauritz  Larsen  and  Louise  R.  Jas- 
person.      Born   Feb.    7,    1867,    Spring   City, 
Utah.     Bishop  Spring  City.     Mayor. 


DANIEL  JOHNSON 

Born  July  24,  1820,  Elvingstorp,  Sweden. 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1854,  Hans  Perer 
Olsen  Company.  Mason.  Worked  on  three 
Mormon  temples. 


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JOHN  JOHNSON 

Born  Sept.  20,  1812,  West  Maria,  Born- 
holm,  Denmark.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  6, 
1854,  Hans  Peter  Olsen  Company. 


LEWIS  PETER  JOHNSON 
Son  of  John  Johnson  and   Karen  Kirstine 
Jensen.      Born  March  12,  1844,  West  Maria, 
Bornholm,    Denmark.      High    Councilman. 
Fruit  Grower. 


OLUF  JOHNSON 

Son  of  John  Johnson  and  Annie  M.  Niel- 
sen. Born  Oct.  24,  1869,  Brigham  City, 
Utah.  Resides  at  Brigham  City. 


JOHN    PETER   RASMUS    JOHNSON 
Born    April    10,    1824,    near    Copenhagen, 
Denmark.      Came    to   Utah    Oct.    5,    1854. 
Bishop  1st  Ward,  Provo,  1864.       Railroad 
Contractor  ;   Farmer. 


NIELS  JOHNSON 

Son  of  John  Peter  Rasmus  Johnson  and 
Caroline  Maria  Nelson  Tuft.  Born  Sep- 
tember, 1848,  near  Copenhagen,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1854. 


JAMES  EDWIN  JOHNSON 
Son  of  Niels  and  Josephine  Johnson.    Born 
May  20,  1881,   Provo,  Utah.     Elder.     Con- 
tractor. 


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PETER  JOHNSON 

Born  May  1,  1839,  Orum,  Denmark.  Came 
to  Utah  October,  1854,  Capt.  Olsen  Com- 
pany. Bishop  of  Huntington  1891-1902; 
Patriarch.  Farmer. 


JAMES  MORGAN   KELLER 
Born  April  6,  1826,  Bjornsholm,  Denmark. 
Came   to  Utah  1854,  Hans  P.  Olsen  Com- 
pany.    Elder. 


JAMES  MORGAN  KELLER,  JR. 
Son   of  James   Morgan   Keller  and   Karen 
Margaret  Valentine.     Born   June   9,   1865, 
Mantua,  Utah.  Bishop  of  Mink  Creek,  Ida. 


406 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1854 


CHRISTIAN  A.  LARSEN 
Born  March  6,   1836,  Denmark.     Came  to 
Utah   Oct.    5,   1854,   Capt.   Olsen  Company. 
Vice-President     Ephraim     Bank.        Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


ALMA  CLARENCE  LARSEN 
Son  of  Christian  A.  Larsen  and  Mary  Ann 
Jensen.  Born  July  10,  1877,  Ephraim, 
Utah.  Proprietor  St.  Cecil  Hotel,  Salt 
Lake  City. 


JAMES  R.  LARSEN 

Son  of  J.  P.  Larsen  and  Kisty  Larsen 
Born  Dec.  29,  1863,  Ephraim,  Utah.  High 
Priest.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


EMILE  W.  LARSUN 
Bookkeeper.     Resides  at  Pocatello,  Idaho. 


PETER  MADSEN 

Born  April  6,  1824,  Denmark.  Came  to 
Utah  Oct.  5,  1854,  Hans  Peter  Olsen  Ox- 
team  Company.  Bishop  of  Lake  View. 
City  Councilman,  Provo. 


MADS  PETER  MADSEN 
Son  of  Peter  and  Mary  Ann  Madsen.    Born 
AUK.  5,  1848,  Bredstrup,  Denmark.     Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1854.     Sunday  School  Su- 
perintendent.    School   Trustee. 


ANDREW  MADSEN 

Son  of  Peter  Madsen  and  Johannah  Chris- 
tine Anderson.      Born    Feb.    2,   1859,   Lake 

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BRIGHAM  MADSEN 

Son  of  Peter  Madsen  and  Wilhelmina  Jor- 
Kensen.  Born  June  15,  1873,  Lake  View 
Utah.  Chief  Deputy  State  Game  and  Fish 
Warden.  Elder. 


PARLEY  WILLIAM  MADSEN 
Son  of  Peter  Madsen   and   Lena  Johnson. 
Born  Oct.  22,  1879,  Lake  View,  Utah.    Mis~- 
sionary  to  Northwestern  States  1906-1908 
Secretary  Deacons  Quorum. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 18,54 


407 


JOHN  MORGAN 

Born  Feb.  28,  1833,  Merthyr  Tydfil,  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1854.  Seventy.  Hotel- 
keeper  at  Goshen  60  years. 


JOHN  R.  MORGAN 

Son  of  John  Morgan  and  Emma  Richards. 
Born  Aug.  11,  1863,  Goshen,  Utah. 


JOHN  MUNSON 

Son  of  Hans  Munson,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1854,  and  Martha  Jensen.  Born  Jan.  7, 
1836,  Laaland,  Denmark. 


JOHN  HENRY  MUNSON 
Son  of  John  Munson  and  Mary  C.   Chris- 
tensen.     Born  April  9,  1864,  Hyrum,  Utah. 


LARS  P.  NELSON 

Born  Aug.  25,  1835,  Onnestad,  Christian- 
stad  Co.,  Sweden.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5, 
1854,  Capt.  Olsen  Company.  High  Priest. 


LARS  LOVENDAHL  NELSON 
Son  of  Lars  P.  Nelson  and  Mary  Magdelina 
Lovendahl.    Born  Oct.  1,  1864,  Provo,  Utah. 
Bishop   2d   Ward,   Provo.     Member  Provo 
City  Council. 


AUGUSTINUS  NIELSEN 
Born    April    14,    1833,    Jutland,    Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1854,  Hans  P.  Olsen 
Company.     Member  High  Council,  Cotton- 
wood,  Salt  Lake  County. 


BENDT  NIELSEN 

Born   May  14,   1796.     Came  to  Utah  Oct. 
5,  1854. 


GEORGE  NIELSEN 

Son  of  Bendt  Nielsen  and  Margaret  Ei- 
lertsen.  Born  May  1,  1826,  Hersholm,  Den- 
mark. Came  to  Utah  in  1854.  President 
of  High  Priests  Quorum. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1854 


CHAHLKS  ANDREW  NIELSEN 
Son  of  George  Nielsen  and  Maria  C.  Thore- 
son.      Born   July    27,    1869,    Hyrum,   Utah. 
Missionary    to    Northern    States    1900-02. 
Farmer. 


ANDREW  B.  NIELSEN 
Son    of    Bendt    Nielsen    and    Margaret    Ei- 
lertson.     Born  March  24,  1835,  Hesterkeb, 
Fredricksberg,    Denmark.      High   Priest. 


CHARLES  C.  OLSEN 

Born  April   2,    1824.   Christiania,    Norway. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1854.     Seventy. 


CHRESTEX  J.   OLSEN 
Born    Aug.    1,    1803,    Aalborg,    Denmark. 
Came    to    Utah    Oct.    5,    1854,    Hans   Peter 
Olsen    Company.      High    Priest.      Farmer 
and    Stockraiser. 


JAMES  OLSEN 

Son  of  Chresten  J.  Olsen  and  Anne  Niel- 
sen. Born  March  27,  1839,  Aalborg,  Den- 
mark. President  HiKh  Priests  Quorum, 
Box  Elder  Stake. 


SOREN  CHRISTIANSEN 
Son  of  Christian  Rudolph  Phillip  Jensen, 
who  came  to  Utah  in  1854,  and  Anne  Jo- 
hanna Rasmusen.  Born  Dec.  26,  1830, 
Aarhuus  Amt,  Denmark.  President  High 
Priests  Quorum. 


GEOHGE  DANIEL  OLSON 
Born  Sept.  2,  1835,  Hosterkyob,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah   in    1854.      Cabinet  Maker; 
Musician. 


WILLIAM  FRANCIS  OLSON 
Son   of  George   Daniel   Olson   and   Delilah 
King.     Born  May  26,  1870,  Fillmore,  Utah. 
Merchant ;  Banker. 


HANS  JASPERSON 

Son  of  Jens  Jasperson  and  Maria  Hansen. 
Born  Aug.  5,  1843,  Uhlan,  Denmark.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1854.  High  Priest. 


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CHRISTIAN  JENSEN 

Born  June  6,  1841,  in  Denmark.  Came  to 
Utah  Oct.  8,  1854,  Hans  Peter  Olsen  Com- 
pany. Farmer. 


JENS  CHRISTIAN  JENSEN 
Son    of    Christian    Jensen    and    Albertina 
Carlsten.    Born  July  30,  1866,  Manti,  Utah. 
Farmer  ;  Brickmaker. 


PETER  P.   THOMPSON 
Born    Jan.     15,     1808,     Breining,    Isle    of 
Falster,  Denmark.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5, 
1854,   Hans   Peter  Olsen   Company.      High 
Priest.     Farmer. 


MORTEN  RASMUSSEN 
Born    Oct.    27,    1834,    Brendekilde,    Fyen, 
Denmark.      Came    to    Utah    Oct.    5,    1854. 
Member    66th    Quorum    Seventies.       City 
Councilman.     Farmer. 


WALLANTINE  WALLANTINSON 
Born  May  28,   1813,   Bornholm,   Denmark. 
Came   to   Utah   Oct.   4,   1854,   Capt.   Olsen 
Company.    Member  Utah  Militia.    Assisted 
immigration. 


CHRISTIAN  WALLANTINE 
Son  of  Wallantine  Wallantinson  and  Engel 
Margret  Kofod.     Born  pet.  21,  1841,  Born- 
holm,  Denmark.     Missionary.     Speaker  of 
House  of  Representatives. 


GEORGE  DAVIS 

Born  Dec.  8,  1834,  Waterbury,  Worcester- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  24,  1854, 
William  A.  Empey  Company.  Echo  Can- 
yon War  Veteran.  Pres.  59th  Quorum 
Seventies. 


VINSON  FREDERICK  DAVIS 
Son  of  George  Davis  and   Mary  Ann  Sparks. 
Born   Feb.    8,    1865,   Lehi,   Utah.      Bishop's 
Counselor.    Pres.  Perry  Electric  Light  and 
Power  Company. 


WALTER  GLENN 

Born  Oct.  6,  1821,  Kirkliston,  Linlithgow- 
shire,  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  24, 
1854,  William  A.  Empey  Company.  Vet- 
eran Echo  Canyon  Campaign. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1854 


PETER  GREENHALGH 
Born  March  1,  1830,  Leigh,  Eng.     Came  to 
Utah    Oct.    24,    1854,    William    A.    Empey 
Company.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser.     Re- 
sides at  Bloomington,  Idaho. 


PETER  GREENHALGH,  JR. 
Son  of  Peter  Greenhalgh  and  Sarah  Heald. 
Born  Nov.  9,  1855,  Willard,  Utah.   Resides 
at  Bloomington,  Idaho. 


EDMUND  BUTTERWORTH 
Born   Jan.    15,    1826,    Lancastershire,   Eng. 
Came   to  Utah   Oct.    24,   1854,   William    A. 
Empey    Company.      High    Priest.      Adobe 
Maker. 


EDWIN  F.   BUTTERWORTH 
Son    of    Edmund    Butterworth    and    Alice 
Fielding.     Born  May  15,   1880,  Salt  Lake 
City.     President  2d  Quorum  Seventies. 


WILLIAM  HASELGROVE  PIDCOCK 
Born  Jan.  18, 1832,  Mansfield,  Nottingham- 
shire,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  24,  1854, 
William   A.    Empey   Company.      Major   in 
Nauvoo  Legion. 


JEDEDIAH  WILLIAM   PIDCOCK,  JR. 
Son  of  Jedediah  William  Pidcock  and  Rox- 
ana    Farr.      Born    Dec.    26,    1877,    Ogden, 
Utah.     Weber  County  Physician   1909-12. 


THOMAS  FREDERICK  FISHER 
Born    Feb.    7,    1811,    Llangothlian    Wales. 
Came    to    Utah    Oct.    28,    1854,    Robert    L. 
Campbell   Company.      Justice  of  Peace  at 
Bountiful. 


WILLIAM  F.   FISHER 
Son  of  Thomas  F.  Fisher  and  Jane  Chris- 
ton.     Born  Nov.  16,  1839.     Bishop  Oxford, 
Idaho,  1878.     County  Assessor.     Merchant. 


JOHN  FISHER 

Son  of  Thomas  F.  Fisher  and  Jane  Chris- 
ton.  Born  Feb.  7,  1842,  Woolwich,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1854,  Robert  L. 
Campbell  Company.  Probate  Judge. 


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411 


IRVIN  F.  FISHER 

Son  of  John  Fisher  and  Josephine  R.  Lyon. 
Born  Aug.  31,  1864,  Bountiful,  Utah.  Presi- 
dent 100th  Quorum  Seventies. 


GEORGE  LOUIS  GRAEHL 
Came   to   Utah   October,    1854,   Robert   L. 
Campbell  Company. 


GEORGE  LOUIS  GRAEHL,  JR. 
Son  of  George  Louis  Graehl  and  Charlotte 
Louise  Leuba.     Born  March  17,  1853,  Ge- 
neva,   Switzerland.      Came    to    Utah    with 
father.     High  Priest. 


WILLIAM  RICHARD  KINGFORD 
Born    Jan.    9,    1820,    East    Langden,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1854,  Robert  Camp- 
bell   Company.      High    Priest ;    Missionary 
to  England  1886-87. 


ABRAHAM  MARCHANT 
Born  March  17,  1816,  Bath,  Somersetshire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1854,  Robert 
L.  Campbell  Company.     Bishop  of  Peoa. 


ABRAHAM  ROBERT  MARCHANT 


Born  April  5,  1843,  Bath,  Somersetshire, 
Eng.  Member  of  Bishopric  of  Peoa,  Utah. 
Justice  of  Peace.  School  Trustee.  Farmer. 


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ALBERT  GEORGE  HENRY  MARCHANT 
Born  Jan.  3,  1845,  Bath,  Somersetshire, 
Eng.  Ward  and  Sunday  School  Teacher. 
Assisted  Immigrants  to  Utah,  John  D. 
Halliday  Company. 


WILLIAM  COPE  PARKER 
Born  March  21,  1827,  Bulkeley,  Chester- 
shire,  Ener.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1854, 
Robert  Campbell  Company.  Member  Sun- 
day School  Superintendency ;  Seventy. 
Miller. 


MESHACH  S.  WILLIAMS 
Came     to    Utah    1854,    Robert    Campbell 
Company. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 18o4 


THOMAS   EMMETT 

Born  Sept.  19,  1827,  Downan,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  19,  1854,  Captain  Field  Com- 
pany. Farmer. 


THOMAS  F.   EMMETT 

Son  of  Thomas  Emmett  and  Nancy  Hit- 
chon.  Born  Jan.  27,  1856,  Ogden,  Utah. 
Contractor  and  Builder. 


COLLINS  MOORE  GILLETT 
Born    Nov.    14,    1837,    Neversink,    Sullivan 
Co.,  N.  Y.     Came  to   Utah  Sept.   21,   1854. 
Missionary  to  England.     Pioneer  Lumber- 
man. 


GKANVILLE  GILLETT 
Born  April  5,  1847,  Neversink,  Sullivan  Co., 
X.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  21,  1854,  Capt. 
Field   Company.      Lumberman.      Landlord. 


SAMUEL  ROSE   PARKINSON 
Born  April    12,    1831,    Barrowford,   Lanca- 
shire,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah   May  5,   1854, 
Capt.  Field  Company.    India"n  War  Veteran. 


SAMUEL  CHANDLER  PARKINSON 
Son  of  Samuel  Rose  Parkinson  and  Ara- 
bella Ann  Chandler.      Born  Feb.   23,   1853, 
St.  Louis,  Mo.     Came  to  Utah  with  father. 
Bishop  Franklin  Ward,   Idaho. 


WILLIAM   CHANDLER  PARKINSON 
Son  of   Samuel   Rose    Parkinson  and  Ara- 
bella  Ann   Chandler.      Born   AUK.    2,   1855, 
Kaysvllle,  Utah.     President  Pocatello  and 
Hyrum  Stakes. 


GEORGE   CHANDLER  PARKINSON 
Son  of  Samuel   Rose   Parkinson  and  Ara- 
bella Ann  Chandler.     Born  July  18,   1857, 
Kaysvllle,  Utah.     President  Oneida  Stake. 


FRANKLIN  CHANDLER  PARKINSON 
Son  of  Samuel  Rose  Parkinson  and  Ara- 
bella Ann  Chandler.  Born  July  7,  1859, 
Kaysvllle,  Utah.  Bishop  Blackfoot  Ward, 
Idaho. 


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413 


FREDERICK    SMART  PARKINSON 
Son  of  Samuel  Rose  Parkinson  and  Char- 
lotte Smart.     Born  Jan.  8,  1875,  Franklin, 
Idaho.       First     Counselor     in     Presidency 
Fremont  Stake. 


WILLIAM  POULTER 

Born  March  3,  1820,  Moulsey,  Surrey,  Ens. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1854,  Capt.  Field 
Company.  Member  first  Brass  Band  at 
Osden. 


GEORGE  POULTER 

Son  of  William  Poulter  and  Caroline  Stru- 
bell.  Born  Nov.  25,  1846,  London,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1854. 


MORONI  STRUBELL  POULTER 
Son  of  William  Poulter  and  Caroline  Stru- 
bell.      Born    Jan.    6,    1856,    ORden,    Utah. 
Counselor  in  first  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A  ;  President 
Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


PHILIP   DACK 

Born  June  28,  1837,  Shipdham,  Norfolk, 
Ens.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1855,  Wil- 
liam and  Jackman  Company.  Black  Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


EDWARD  CREER 

Born  Nov.  3,  1818,  Bolton,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  25,  1854,  Independent  St.  Louis 
company.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLARD  ORSON   CREER 
Son    of    Edward    Creer    and    Ann    Morris. 
Born    Feb.    2,    1841,    Preston,    Lancashire, 
EnB.     Indian  War  Veteran.     Member  sec- 
ond Legislature. 


EDWARD  CREER,  JR. 
Son    of    Edward    Creer    and    Ann    Morris. 
Born  Oct.   7,   1853,   St.   Louis,   Mo.     Elder. 


NICOLI   DORIUS 

Born  Sept.  21,  1804,  Copenhagen,  Den- 
mark. Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1851. 
Shoemaker. 


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CARL    CHRISTIAN    NICOLI    DORIUS 
Son    of   Nicoli    Dorius    and    Annie    Sophia 
Christofferson.      Born  April  5,  1830,  Copen- 
hagen, Denmark.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13, 
1857,  Handcart  Company. 


CHARLES  ROLFSON  DORIUS 
Son  of  Carl   Christian  Nicoli   Dorius  and 
Ellen    G.    Rolfson.      Born    July    10,    1858, 
Ephraim,     Utah.       Bishop     South     Ward, 
Ephraim,  Utah. 


ROBERT   C.   FRYER 

Born  Sept.  28,  1845,  Lincolnshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  21,  1854,  James  Buck- 
land  Company.  Built  first  home  in  12th 
Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM  F.  JAMES 

Son  of  Joseph  James,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  30,  1854,  David  Jones  Company,  and 
Sarah  Holyoak.  Born  April  30,  1857,  Og- 
den,  Utah.  Pres.  James  Coal  &  Ice  Co. 


ERIC  LARSEN 

Born  June  20,  1845,  Sarslow,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  30,  1866,  Capt.  Raw- 
lings  Company.  Bishop's  Counselor  ;  Mem- 
ber High  Council.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  JORGEN  LARSEN 
Son  of  Eric  Larsen  and  Annie  Elizabeth 
Erickson.    Born  Aug.  3,  1879,  Spanish  Fork, 
Utah.     Bishop  Cleveland  Ward.     Farmer. 


ORRAWELL  SIMMONS 
Born   April   21,   1821,   Alexandria,  Grafton 
Co.,  N.  H.     Came  to  Utah  September,  1854, 
Independent  Company.     Mayor  of  Payson 
1867-74.    Acting  Bishop  of  Payson  1871. 


ARTHUR  PENDRY  WELCHMAN 
Born  April  20,  1834,  Kineton,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  September,  1854,  Preston  Thomas 
Oxteam   Company.     High   Priest.      School 
Teacher,     Ranchman. 


DANIEL  BERTOCH 

Born  May  25,  1835,  Piedmont,  Italy.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1854,  Robert  Campbell 
Company.  Pres.  35th  Quorum  Seventies. 


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PHILLIP  CARDON 

Born  Oct.  7,  1801,  Prarustin,  Italy.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  29,  1854,  Robert  Campbell 
Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer. 


PAUL  CARDON 

Son  of  Phillip  Cardon  and  Marie  Tourn. 
Born  Dec.  28,  1839,  Prarustin,  Italy.  Pres. 
Seventies.  City  Treasurer.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  EMANUEL  CARDON 
Son  of  Paul  Cardon  and  Susannah  Goudin. 
Born   Oct.    28,   1872,   Logan,   Utah.      Mem- 
ber   Stake    Presidency ;    Patriarch.      Mer- 
chant.     Real  Estate. 


GEORGE  DAVID  CARDON 
Son  of  Paul  Cardon  and  Magdalena  Beus. 
Born    Oct.    1,    1877,    Logan,    Utah.      Ass't 
Mgr.  and  Treas.  Cardon  Co.,  Real  Estate 
and  Loans. 


JOHN  THOMAS  KAY 
Son    of    Thomas    Kay    and    Margret    Ann 
Vest.     Born  Feb.  8,  1865,  Mona,  Juab  Co., 
Utah.     Farmer. 


JOHN  R.  PAUL 

Son  of  Walter  Paul,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  1,  1854,  and  Ann  Walker.  Born  Dec. 
2,  1863,  Salt  Lake  City.  Bishop's  Coun- 
selor. Butcher ;  Farmer. 


FREDERICK  W.   ROSE 
Born  July  16,   1835,  London,   Eng.     Came 
to   Utah    Oct.    3,    1854,    Orson    Pratt   Com- 
pany.     Member    8th    Quorum    Seventies. 
High  Priest.    Carpenter  and  Builder. 


CHARLES  EDGAR  ROSE 
Son  of  Frederick  W.  Rose  and  Elizabeth  E. 
Domville.      Born   Dec.    9,    1871,    Salt   Lake 
City.      Seventy.      In   charge   of   job   press 
of  Deseret  News  Printing  Company. 


JAMES  ARMSTRONG 
Born  Nov.  24,  1844,  Carlisle,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  Oct.   3,  1854,  Horace  S.  Eldredge 
Company.    Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Vete- 
ran. 


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JOHN  ALLSOP 

Born    Sept.    20,    1823,    Nottingham, 
Came  to  Utah  October,    1854. 


Eng. 


JOHN  IRA  ALLSOP 

Son  of  John  Allsop  and  Mary  B  Wood 
Born  July  2,  1855.  Has  resided  at  Rich- 
mond, Utah,  and  Gentile  Valley,  Idaho. 


CHARLES  B.   BAKER 
Relative   of  Thomas  M.   Allsop  of  Sandy, 
Utah. 


FREDERICK  CHADWICK  ANDREW 
Born  June  14,  1820,  Stockport,  Lancashire 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  October,  1854.     Sev- 
enty.    Blacksmith. 


SAMUEL  WHITAKER  ANDREW 
Son    of   Frederick    Chadwick   Andrew   and 
Elizabeth  Whitaker.     Born  May   18    1852 
at  Stockport,  Kng.     Came  to  Utah  in  1854. 
High  Priest  and  High  Councilor 


RUEL  BARRUS 

Born  Aug.  11,  1821,  Villanova,  Chautauqua 
Co.,  N.  Y.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  15,  1854 
Seventy.  Lieutenant  Co.  C,  Mormon  Bat- 
talion. 


JOHN  A.  R.  GIBBONS 
Born  Feb.    10,   1794,   Hillgreen,   Berkshire, 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1854.     High 


THOMAS  GIBBONS 

Son  of  John  A.  R.  Gibbons  and  Fannv 
Koby.  Born  March  24,  1834,  Hillgreeri, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  October,  1854,  Thomas 
K.  Ricks  Company.  High  Priest. 


HENRY  HOLYOAK 

Son  of  George  Holyoak,  who  came  to  Utah 
October,    1854,    Dr.    Rich    Company,    and. 
Sarah  Green.     Born  March  5,   1839",  Wor- 
cestershire, Eng. 


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JAMES  JENKINS 

Born  October,  1817,  South  Wales.  Came  to 
Utah  October,  1854,  Dorr  P.  Curtis  Com- 
pany. Elder.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN  JENKINS  - 

Son  of  James  Jenkins,  who  came  to  Utah 
October,  1854,  and  Elizabeth  Davis.  Born 
May  27,  1846,  Llanelly,  South  Wales. 
Elder.  Farmer. 


NIELS  JORGENSEN    (GEORGESON) 
Born  Jan.  17,  1834,  Hosterkjob,  Birkerod, 
Frederiksberg,    Denmark.      Came   to   Utah 
October,  1854.    Bishop's  Counselor  ;  Patri- 
arch. 


HANS  HYRUM  GEORGESON 
Son  of  Niels  Jorgensen    (Georgeson)    and 
Johanna  M.  Kofoed.      Born  Dec.   25,  1871, 
Treasureton,  Idaho. 


LOUIS   BERLIPS 

Born  Oct.  27,  1841.  Father  of  the  wife 
of  Hans  Hyrum  Georgesen  of  Oxford, 
Idaho. 


WILLIAM  KKNDELL 
Born  June  20,  1828,  Wickersly,  Eng.    Came 
to   Utah    October,    1854.      Bishop's    Coun- 
selor.    Farmer. 


GEORGE  W.  KENDELL 
Son  of  William  Kendell  and  Joanna  Peek. 
Born  April   21,   1356,   South  Weber,  Utah. 
Bishop  South  Weber.    Merchant ;  Farmer. 

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WILLIAM  PAUL 

Born  May  2,  1803,  St.  Agnes,  Cornwall, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  October,  1854.  "•»* 
Priest.  Architect  and  Contractor. 


High 


WALTER  PAUL 
Son  of  William  Paul  and  Elizabeth  Goyne. 
Born    March    10,    1834,    Truro,    Cornwall, 
Eng.     One  of  Presidents  84th  Quorum  Sev- 
enties.    Echo  Canyon  War  Veteran. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1854 


ANDREW  PETERSON 
Born   Feb.    8,    1829,   Jesmark    Sogn    Den- 
mark.   Came  to  Utah  October,  1854     Bish- 
op Fairview  Ward.     Black   Hawk   Indian 
War  Veteran.     Farmer. 


JOHN  T.   PETERSON 
Son  of  Andrew  Peterson  and  Annette  Lars- 
datter.      Born    Nov.    19,    1865,    Fairview, 
Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


DAVID  BUTTAR 

Born  Dec  2  1822,  Blairgowrie,  Perth- 
?»r  ,e>  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  November, 
1854,  Capt.  Taylor  Company.  High  Priest, 
fahoemaker ;  Farmer. 


JOHN  W.  ANDREW. 

Son  of  Fredrick  C.  Andrew,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1854,  and  Elizabeth  Whittaker 
Born  Aug.  27,  1845,  Heywood,  Lancashire 
Eng.  High  Priest. 


WILLIAM  JOHN  F.  ALBRAND 
Born    August.    1818,    Germany.      Came    to 
Utah    in     1854.      Missionary    to    Eastern  • 
States ;  Seventy.     Gardener. 


ZACHAHIAH  ASTILL 
IT?"?  ,38?^r,Bil;minsham,    Eng.      Came   to 
Utah  in  1854.    Engineer  of  the  first  volun- 
teer flre  department  of  Ogden 


WILLIAM  J.   E.  ALBRAND 
Son  of  William  John  F.  Albrand  and  Jane 
Ann  Richardson.     Born  Aug.  3,  1865    Salt 
Lake  City.     Missionary  to  England  ;  High 
Priest. 


WILLIAM  T.  ASTILL 
Son    of.  Zachariah    Astill    and    Rosanna 
Clark.    Born  Dec.  18,  1877.    Produce    Seed 
and  Commission  Merchant 


JAMES  BERTOCH 

Born  July  29,  1838,  St.  Germain,  Piedmont 
Italy.    Came  to  Utah  Sept.  27,  1854.     Mis- 
sionary to  Switzerland  and  Italy  1891-93  • 
School  Trustee.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser, 


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WILLIAM    F.    BROOMHEAD    BANKS 
Born  June  14,  1851,  St.  Louis,  Mo.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1854.    High  Councilor. 


WILLIAM   G.    BROOMHEAD    BANKS 
Son  of  William  F.  Broomhead  Banks,  who 
came  to  Utah  in  1854,  and  Letitia  A.  Davis. 
Born   Jan.    17,    1878.    Spanish   Fork,   Utah. 
Elder  and  Ward  Teacher. 


SAMUEL  DEAN 

Born  June  4,  1830,  Salt  Fleet  Twp.,  On- 
tario, Can.  Came  to  Utah  in  1854.  Cap- 
tain in  Militia  of  North  Ogden. 


GEORGE  SAMUEL  DEAN 
Son  of  Samuel  Dean   and  Emma  Norvill. 
Born  AUPT.    26,   1857,   North  Ogden,   Utah. 
Printer  and  Publisher. 


JOHN  EKINS   (EAKIN) 
Father  of  the  wife  of  James  F.  Wadman 
of  Ogden,  Utah. 


JOHN  FALKER 

Came  to  Utah  1854,  Cummlngs  and  Dunn 
Company. 


HENRY  GARFIELD 
Came  to  Utah  in  1854. 


DUNCAN  M.  GILLIES 
Son  of  Ebenezer  Gillies,  who  came  to  Utah 
1854,  William  Henry  Company,  and   Ann 
Gaitus.     Born  Oct.  12,  1865,  Beaver  City, 
Utah.    Farmer. 


JOHN  GOASLIND 

Born  Jan.  26,  1818,  Augusta,  Bracken  Co., 
Ky.  Came  to  Utah  1854,  Texas  Company. 
High  Priest. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1854 


CHARLES  D.  GOASLIND 
Son   of   John   Goaslind    and    Susan   Allen. 
Born     Nov.     18,     1860,     Richmond,     Utah. 
Counselor  in  Presidency  Oneida  Stake. 


DANIEL  GRAVES 

Born  April  17,  1806,  Yarmouth,  Norfolk, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  1854,  Captain  Harker 
Company.  Artist. 


JOSHUA  GRAVES 

Son  of  Daniel  Graves  and  Mary  Newman. 
Born  Dec.   16,   1859,  Provo,  Utah. 


HANS  ANDERSON  HAMMER 
Born   Oct.    11,    1829,    Burgholm,   Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in   1854.     Worked   on   Salt 
Lake  Temple. 


SAMUEL  HAMMER 

Son  of  Hans  Anderson  Hammer  and  Anna 
Christina  Orego.     Born  in  1879. 


WILLIAM  LAWRENCE  HANSON 
Born  May  20,  1838,  Copenhagen,  Denmark. 
Came   to   Utah    in    1854.      Seventy;    Ward 
Teacher.     Active  Member  Territorial  Mili- 
tia.    Machinist  and  Blacksmith. 


GEORGE  A.   HIBBARD 
Son    of    George    Hibbard,    who    came    to 
Utah  in  1854,  and  Hannah  Williams.  Born 
July  18,  1857,  Karmington,  Utah.    Bishop. 


JOHN  LYCURGUS  JOHNSON 
Born  Aug.  25,  1844,  Brennen,  Texas.    Came 
to  Utah  in  1854.    High  Councilman.    Mem- 
ber Constitutional  Convention. 


JAMES  WARREN  JOHNSON 
Son  of  John  Lycurgus  Johnson   and  Cora 
Isabella  Davis.     Born  Oct.  25,  1870. 


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CLARENCE   IRWIN  JOHNSON 
Son  of  John  Lycurgus  Johnson  and  Cora 
Isabella  Davis.    Born  March  23,  1879,  Ver- 
nal, Utah.     Sunday  School  Superintendent ; 
Alternate  High  Councilman.     Merchant. 


JOHN  LANGSTON 

Born  March  8,  1822,  London,  Ens?.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1854.  Seventy.  Indian  War 
Veteran. 


JACOB  HEATHECUT  LANGSTON 
Son  of  John  Langston  and  Clarinda  Phil- 
lips.    Born  Jan.  20,  1863,  Rockville,  Utah. 
Bishop's     Counselor.       Member     of     State 
Legislature  1910. 


JOSEPH   LAWSON 

Born  Dec.  9,  1824,  Isle  of  Man.  Came  to 
Utah  1854,  Bishop  Hogland  Company. 
High  Priest.  Indian  War  Veteran.  Farmer. 


DAVID  COTTIER  LAWSON 
Son  of  Joseph  Lawson  and  Ruth  M.  Green- 
way.      Born    July    6,    1866,    Ogden,    Utah. 
Contractor  and  Builder. 


WILLIAM  MORRIS 

Born  Feb.  27,  1821,  Clee,  Shropshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1854.  One  of  first  set- 
tlers of  Bingham  Fort  and  Marriott,  Utah. 


JAMES   B.   MORRIS 

Bon  of  William  Morris  and  Elizabeth  Rus- 
sell.    Born  Jan.   27,  1873,   Marriott,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  R.   MORRIS 

Son  of  William  Morris  and  Elizabeth  Rus- 
sell.    Born  Jan.  17,  1866. 


DANIEL   RICHMOND   MOTT 
Son  of  Samuel  Mott  and  Elizabeth  Dwight. 
Born  April  23,  1826,  Batavia,  N.  Y.    Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran.     Farmer  and 
Freighter. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1854 


JAMES  NEEDHAM 

Born  Aug.  20,  1826,  Warrington,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1854.  One  of  Presidents 
of  Seventies.  Merchant. 


SOREN  NELSON 

Born  .Jan.  10,  1856,  Denmark.  Came  to 
Utah  1854,  Capt.  Nelson  Company.  High 
Priest ;  Bishop's  Counselor.  Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


JOHN  C.   PARCELL 

Came  to  Utah  1854,  Captain  Bullock  Com- 
pany. 


JENS  K.   PETERSON 

Born  at  Copenhagen,  Denmark.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1854.  School  Trustee.  County 
Commissioner.  Representative  to  Legisla- 
ture. Bishop. 


JAMES  EPHRAIM  PETERSON 
Son  of  Jens  K.  Peterson  and  Helena  Chris- 
tiana Hansen.     Born  Nov.  16,  1855,  Eph- 
raim,  Utah.     Bishop. 


FRANCIS  ROMRELL 

Born  Aug.  18,  1799,  St.  John,  Isle  of  Jer- 
sey, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  1854,  Charles 
Harper  Company.  High  Priest. 


GEORGE  ROMRELL 

Son  of  Francis  Romrell  and  Mary  Billot. 
Born  Oct.  14,  1832,  on  Isle  of  Jersey,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1861,  Ira  Eldredge 
Company. 


ARTHUR  STAYNER 
Came  to  Utah  in  1854. 


JOHN  T1MMS 

Came  to  Utah  1854,  Lev!  Richards  Com- 
pany. Father  of  the  wife  of  Thomas  H. 
Archibald  of  Plymouth,  Utah. 


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JOHN  THORNLEY 

Born  June  25,  1822,  Leyland,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1854.     High  Priest. 


THOMAS  TODD 

Born  Jan.  28,  1821,  Dumfrieshire,  Scot- 
land. Came  to  Utah  1854,  Daniel  Garn 
Company.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Farmer. 


THOMAS  TODD,  JR. 

Son  of  Thomas  Todd  and  Margaret  Shank- 
land.  Born  Feb.  18,  1856,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Secretary  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  Farmer. 


NEWTON  TUTTLE 

Born  April  13,  1825,  North  Haven,  Conn. 
Came  to  Utah  1854,  Capt.  Grow  Company. 
Blacksmith. 


WILLIAM  S.  WARREN 
Came    to    Utah    1854,    Amasa    M.    Lyman 
Company.     Father  of  the  wife  of  Joel  H. 
Orton  of  Cove,  Oregon. 


LEVI  WHEELER 
Born  July  5,  1812. 


GEORGE  WALTON  WHEELER 
Born    March    30,    1844,    Augusta,    Maine. 
Came   to   Utah    1854,   Perrigrine    Sessions 
Company. 


WILLIAM  WHEELER 
Son  of  George  Walton  Wheeler  and  Han- 
nah   Humphreys.      Born    Dec.    16,    1877, 
Lewiston,  Utah. 


CHARLES  WILKINS 

Born  Dec.  28,  1828,  Berkshire,  Eng.    Came 
to  Utah  1854. 


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JESSE  WILKINS 

Son  of  Charles  Wilkins  and  Ury  Welch. 
Born  Feb.  15,  1868,  South  Cottonwood, 
Utah. 


ANDERS  W.  WINBERG 
Born   April   13,    1830.      Came   to  Utah   in 
1854.     High  Priest ;  Missionary  to  Scandi- 
navia   six    years ;    Patriarch.      Publisher. 
Lived  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM  MARSUEN 

Born  March  15,  1814,  Oldham,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  April  15,  1855.  Erec- 
eil  first  factory  at  St.  George.  Cotton- 
spinner. 


LUCIUS  NELSON  MARSDEN 
Son  of  William  Marsden  and  Sariah  Scovil. 
Born  Oct.  11,  1862,  Pare  wan,  Utah.    Mayor. 
Farmer  and  Sheepraiser. 


JOHN  MARSDEN,  JR. 
Tooele,   Utah. 


ROBERT  ASHTON 

Born  March  15,  1827,  Upholland,  Lanca- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  August,  1855. 
President  Elders  Quorum ;  High  Priest. 
Pioneer  Irrigation  Projector  and  Water- 
master. 


PETER  ADAMS  BOYLE 
Born  Nov.    20,  1827,   Edinburgh,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1855,  John  Hindley 
Company.      Seventy.      Engaged    in    Furni- 
ture Business. 


WILLIAM  WALLACE  BOYLE 
Son  of  Peter  A.  and  Elizabeth  Boyle.    Born 
Oct.   12,  1858,  Ogden,  Utah.     Director  and 
Vice-President   Boyle    Furniture   Co.,    Og- 
den, Utah. 


DUNCAN  SPEARS  CASPER 
Born  Dec.  8,  1824,  Richland  County,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1855,  John  Hindley 
Company.        Ward      Teacher.        Charcoal 
Burner;   Farmer. 


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WILLIAM  COMISH 

Born  May  20,  1805,  Kirkarbray,  Isle  of 
Man.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  5,  1855,  John 
Hindley  Company.  High  Priest ;  Acting 
Teacher. 


JOHN   COMISH 

Son  of  William  Cornish  and  Elizabeth 
Kegg.  Born  Dec.  1,  1838,  Douglas,  Isle  of 
Man.  Took  part  in  Echo  Canyon  Trouble. 
Indian  Scout. 


HENRY  McMULLIN 

Born  1816,  Vinal  Haven,  Maine.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  3,  1855,  Capt.  John  Hindley 
Company.  High  Priest. 


ALBERT  E.  McMULLIN 
Born  July  15,   1847,  Vinal   Haven,   Maine. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1855,  John  Hindley 
Company.      High    Priest ;    Bishop.      Con- 
stable.    Farmer. 


WILLIAM  LOBARK   SKIDMORE 
Born    Sept.     22,     1844,     Philadelphia,     Pa. 
Came  to  Utah   Sept.   3,   1855,   Capt.   John 
Hindley  C9mpany.    Bishop.    City  Council- 
man ;  Justice  of  Peace. 


JOHN  THORNLEY 

Born  March  4,  1801,  Ulneswalten,  Lancas- 
tershire,  Eng.      Came  to  Utah  in  1865. 


ROBERT  THORNLEY 

Son  of  John  Thornley  and  Hellen  Langton. 
Born  June  3,  1830,  Leyland,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  1,  1855,  John  Hindley  Com- 
pany. High  Priest. 


ANDREW  ANDERSON 
Horn    Jan.     22,    1836,     Aapraanl,    Norway. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  7,  1855,  Noah  T.  Guy- 
man  Company. 


HYRUM  B.  ANDERSON 
Son    of    Andrew    Anderson,    who    came    to 
Utah  Sept.  7,  1855,  and  Alice  Brooks.     Born 
1873,   Hyrum,   Utah.     Farmer   and   Stock- 
raiser. 


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W.  A.  ANDERSON 

Son   of  Andrew   Anderson   and   Johannah 
Morte  Dealey. 


HUGH  MACSWEIN  DOUGALL 
Born    April    24,    1837,    Muthill,    Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  7,  1855,  Noah  T.  Guy- 
man  Company.    Postmaster  at  Springville. 


HUGH  MACSWEIN  DOUGALL 
Son    of    Hugh    MacSweln    Dougall,    who 
came    to    Utah    Sept.    7,    1855,    and    Mary 
Catherine    Streeper.      Born   Dec.    9,    1863, 
Springville,  Utah. 


JOHN  ETHERINGTON 
Born    April    28,    1794,    Bishop    Auckland, 
Durham,  Knp.      Came  to  Utah  Sept.  7,  1855, 
Noah  T.  Guyman  Company.     High  Driest. 


THOMAS  ETHERINGTON 
Son   of   John    Etherington   and    Elizabeth 
Hemsley.      Born  Nov.  1,  1836,  Bishop  Auck- 
land, Durham,  Eng.     Assistant  Supt.  Sun- 
day Schools,  West  Weber. 


GEORGE  W.   ETHERINGTON 
Son    of    Thomas    Etherington    and    Sarah 
Wheeler.    Born  Oct.  31,  1879,  West  Weber, 
Utah.     Bishop  West  Weber  Ward. 


JOHN   CLARK 

Father  of  the  wife  of  George  W.   Ether- 
ington of  West  Weber,  Utah. 


GEORGE  OGILVIE 

Born  April  24,  1834,  Halifax,  Nova  Scotia. 
Came  to  Utah  1855,  Noah  T.  Guyman 
Company.  Sheriff  Sevler  County  1873-74. 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


SIMON  FREDERICK  HALVERSON 
Born  Oct.  2,    1829,  Onse,  Norway.     Came 
to   Utah    Sept.    7,    1855,   Noah   T.   Guyman 
Company.     Presiding  Elder  Marriott  Ward. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1855 


427 


CHARLES  A.   HALVERSON 
Son  of  Simon  Frederick  Halverson  and  In- 
gebor  Gerena  Fredrickson.     Born  Jan.  19, 
1871.     High  Councilor. 


GEORGE  HALVERSON 
Son    of    Simon   Frederick   Halverson   and 
Torbes  Kistene  Gunderson.     Born  Nov.  25, 
1868,  Marriott,  Utah.     County  Attorney. 


HANS  PETER  LARSEN 
Born  Sept.  24,  1835.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
7,  1855,  Noah  T.  Guyman  Company.    Pre- 
siding High  Priest.     City  Councilman. 


PETER  LARSEN 

Son    of    Hans    Peter    Larsen    and    Eleano*1 
Anderson  Shelton.     Born  March  5,  1878. 


JOSEPH  DE  LYON 

Born  Feb.  19,  1836,  Rainhill,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  7,  1855,  Noah  T. 
Guyman  Company.  High  Priest ;  Bishop's 
Counselor. 


JOSEPH  CORNELIUS  LYON 
Son  of  Joseph  De  Lyon  and  Eliza  Goddard. 
Born  Jan.  31,  1865,  Salt  Lake  City.    Elder. 


JAMES  MATHER 

Born  Nov.  14,  1811,  Lancashire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  7,  1855,  Noah  T.  Guy- 
man Company. 


THOMAS  MATHER 

Son  of  James  Mather  and  Mary  Ditchfleld. 
Born  April  28,  1846,  Lancashire,  Eng. 
High  Councilor.  City  Councilman,  Smith- 
field,  Utah. 


JOHN    NEWEY 

Born  Jan.  25,  1806,  Worplesdon,  Surrey, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  7,  1855,  Noah  T. 
Guyman  Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer 
and  Gardener. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1855 


HENRY  NEWBY 

Born  April  12,  1865,  Ogcien,  Utah.  Teach- 
er. Employee  of  the  Southern  Pacific  R.  R. 
for  twenty  years. 


DIXON  HAMLIN  GREER 
Born  April  16,   1834.     Came  to  Utah  Sept 
10,  1855,  Seth  M.  Blair  Company.     Pioneer 
School  Teacher  Wasatch  County. 


JEREMIAH   EUCHLET  LANGFORD 
Born  Sept.   18,  1848,  Rome,  Ga.     Came  to 
Utah  Sept.   11,    1855,   Seth  M.    Blair  Com- 
pany. 


WILLIAM  BISHOP 

Born  June  11,  1828.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
25,  1855,  Richard  Ballantyne  Company. 
High  Priest.  Echo  Canyon  War  Veteran. 


THOMAS  B.   BROWN 

Born  Dec.  27,  1824,  Bath,  Somersetshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1855,  Rich- 
ard Ballantyne  Company.  High  Priest. 
Cabinetmaker. 


HENRY  CLEGG 

Born  June  7,  1825,  Preston,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  25,  1855,  Richard  Ballantyne 
Company.  Shoe  Manufacturer. 


WILLIAM  JONATHAN  CLEGG 

Son  of  Henry  Clogg  and  Ann  Lewis.  Born 
May  6,  18511,  SprinKville.  Utah.  Elder; 
Ward  Teacher.  Member  Band  during 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War.  Stockraiser 


FREU  L.   CLEGG 

Son  of  Henry  Clegs  and  Ann  Lewis.  Born 
Aug.  6,  1861,  Springville,  Utah.  Probation 
Officer ;  Justice  of  Peace ;  City  Council- 
man. Contractor. 


JAMES  GARDNER 

Born  June  4,  1829,  Preston,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  25,  1855,  Richard  Ballantyne 
Company.  High  Priest.  City  Councilman. 
Farmer. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1855 


420 


WILLIAM  McFARLAND 
Born  June  8,   1795.     Came  to  Utah   Sept. 
25,    1855,    Richard    Ballantyne    Company. 
Patriarch.      Justice    of    the    Peace,    West 
Weber  Precinct. 


ARCHIBALD  McFARLAND 
Son   of   William   McFarlaml   and   Margret 
McCormick.     Born  Dec.  17,  1832,  Hawkly- 
muir,  Fifeshire,  Scotland.     Came  to  Utah 
September,   1866. 


CHARLES   B.   McFARLAND 
Son   of  Archibald   McFarland   and   Isabell 
Mitchell.    Born  April  8,  1862,  West  Weber, 
Utah.      Second   Counselor   Elders  Quorum. 


JAMES  MACK    (McCRACKEN) 
Son  of  Henry  McCracken  and  Sarah  Shaw. 
Born  Nov.   15,   1836,   Duntocker,   Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1855,  Richard  Bal- 
lantyne Company.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


HENRY  M.   MACK 

Son  of  James  Mack  and  Elizabeth  F.  Mil- 
ler. Born  Jan.  30,  1867,  Smithfield,  Utah. 
Sec.  and  Treas.  and  Acting  Mgr.  «Ogden 
Milling  &  Elevator  Co. 


GEORGE  STANGER 

Born  Nov.  5,  1832,  Faceby,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  1855,  Richard  Ballantyne  Company. 
Member  60th  Quorum  Seventies  ;  Bishop's 
Counselor. 


THOMAS  STANGER 

Born  July  8,  1830,  Faceby,  Yorkshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1855,  Richard  Bal- 
lantyne Company.  Seventy.  Farmer. 


FREDERICK  JULIUS  CHRISTIANSON 
Born  Dec.  25,  1826,  Hjorring,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20,  President  Seventies 
at  Ephriam.  Farmer. 


FREDERICK  J.    CHRISTIANSON,  JR. 
Son  of  Frederick  Julius  Christianson  and 
Kirstina   Marie   Anderson.      Born   Aug.    7, 
1859,  Ephraim,  Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor. 


430 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1855 


JOHN  HUDMAN 

Son  of  Thomas  Hudman  and  Ann  Dan- 
cose.  Born  Oct.  23,  1821.  Came  to  Utah 
in  1856,  Canute  Peterson  Co.  High  Priest. 


THOMAS  PAUL  STEVENSON 
Born  March   20,   1832,   Pocklington,   York- 
shire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1855, 
Richard      Ballantyne      Company.        High 
Priest.     Farmer. 


JAMES  TIMBRIL  WORLTON 
Born  March  20,  1821,  Walcot,   Bath,   Eng. 
Came   to   Utah   September,    1855,   Richard 
Ballantyne  Company.     Sunday  School  Su- 
perintendent. 


JOHN  JAMES  BONNETT 
Born    Nov.     25,     1835,     Angrogne,     Italy. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  26,  1855,  Milo  Andrus 
Company.     Farmer. 


JAMES  BOYACK 

Born  Aug.   25,  1805.     Came  to  Utah  Oct. 
24,    1855,    Milo  Andrus   Company. 


JAMES  BOYACK,  JR. 
Son  of  James  Boyack  and  Elizabeth  Meal- 
maker.     Born  Sept.  14,  1828,  Mains,  Scot- 
land. 


JAMES  A.   BOYACK 

Son  of  James  Boyack,  Jr.,  and  Margary 
Waterhouse,  Born  Sept.  9,  1856,  Spanish 
Fork.  Seventy. 


GEORGE  WILCOX  BURR1DGE 
Born   Jan.    17,    1813,    Somersetshire,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  24,  1855,  Milo  Andrus 
Company.    Bishop  St.  John  Ward.    Farmer. 


THOMAS  LORENZO  BURRIDGE 
Son  of  George  Wilcox  Burridge  and  Han- 
nah Shaw.    Born  Dec.  2,  1853,  Valetta,  Isle 
of  Malta.     Seventy.     Farmer  and  Sheep- 
raiser. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1855 


431 


ANDREW  GO  WANS 

Born  December,  1800,  Canel,  Forfar,  Scot- 
land. Came  to  Utah  Oct.  24,  1855,  Milo 
Andrus  Company.  Florist  and  Landscape 
Gardener.  Resided  at  Tooele,  Utah. 


HUGH  S.  GOWANS 

Born  Feb.  23,  1831,  Perth,  Perthshire, 
•Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  24,  1855, 
Milo  Andrus  Company.  President  Tooele 
Stake.  Mayor  of  Tooele  City. 


EPHRAIM  G.  GOWANS 
Son   of   Hugh    S.    Gowans   and    Betsy   Go- 
wans.      Born   Feb.    1,    1868,    Tooele,    Utah. 
Seventy;   Missionary   to   England   1888-90. 
Superintendent  State   Industrial   School. 


HENRY  B.  GWILLIAMS 
Born    May    7,     1835,     Shrewesbury,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.   24,  1855,  Milo  Andrus 
Company.     Bishop  of  South  Hooper  Ward 
1874-78.     Merchant. 


HENRY    WILLIAM    GWILLIAMS 
Son  of  Henry  B.  Gwilliams  and  Elizabeth 
Palmer.      Born   Feb.    21,   1857,    Salt   Lake 
City.    Bishop  of  4th  Ward  and  later  of  6th 
Ward. 


GEORGE  IRVINE 

Son  of  William  Irvine  and  Agnes  Kerr. 
Born  April  6,  1839,  Lenrickshire,  Scotland. 
Drove  three  yoke  of  oxen  across  the  plains 
1855.  Miner. 


EDMOND  HENRY  KINDRED 
Born    June    8,    1817,    Farthingham,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  24,  1855,  Milo  Andrus 
Company.     Seventy ;    Ward   Clerk.     Car- 
riage Maker. 


ROBERT  MEIKLEJOHN 
Born  March   10,   1812,   Glasgow,   Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  24,  1855,  Milo  Andrus 
Company. 


PETER  REID 

Born  Aug.  14,  1826,  South  End  Parish, 
Argyleshire,  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  1855, 
Milo  Andrus  Company.  Pres.  Seventies. 
Captain  State  Militia, 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1855 


PETER  J.  REID 

Son  of  Peter  Reid  and  Diana  Davidson 
Born  May  30,  1857,  Salt  Lake  City 
Deputy  Sheriff  and  Assessor  Nye  County 
Nev.  Postmaster  five  years. 


WALTER  S.   REID 

Son  of  Peter  Reid  and  Diana  Davidson 
Born  Oct.  17,  1866,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Deputy  Sheriff  and  road  supervisor  of  Salt 
Lake  County. 


RICHARD   SMITH 

Born  Aug.  2,  1829,  Yorkshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  1855,  Oxteam  Company.  High 
Priest.  Shoemaker.  Lived  at  Beaver,  Utah 


JOSEPH  H.  SMITH 
Born  AUK.  28,  1819,  Dudley,  Worcester- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  September,  1855 
Milo  Andrus  Company.  One  of  Presidents 
of  Seventies.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH   STANFORD   SMITH 
Son  of  Joseph  H.  Smith  and  Maria  Stan- 
ford.     Born   June    23,    1850,    Tipton,    Staf- 
fordshire,    Eng.       High     Priest;     Bishop's 
Counselor. 


MORONI  STOCKS 

Son  of  Henry  Stocks,  who  came  to  Utah 
March,  1855,  John  S.  Fullmer  Company 
and  Mary  Halley.  Born  Oct.  21,  1845 
Lancashire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  1855, 
Milo  Andrus  Company. 


THOMAS  TEW 
Born  March  1,  1804,  at  Burbage,  Leicester- 

is^r;rC'MiVnKA     ,Cam?,  to    Utah    September, 
1855,   Milo  Andrus   Company 


THOMAS  TEW,   JR. 

Son   of  Thomas  Tew  and   Hannah   Smith 
Born    June    27,    1833,    Birmingham,    Engi 


WILLIAM  THOMAS  TEW 
Son    of    Thomas    Tew    and    Rebecca    Bird 
Born  Feb.  2,  1859,  Springville,  Utah.   Bish- 
op.    Farmer.     Bishop  at  Mapleton,  Utah. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1855 


433 


WILLIAM  THOMAS  TEW,  JR. 
Son   of   William   Thomas    Tew   and   Clara 
Elizabeth     Snow.        Born     Jan.     2,     1885, 
Springville,  Utah.     Farmer. 


LORENZO  D.  TUESEDER 
Son  of  Richard  M.  Treseder,  who  came  to 
Utah    1855,    Milo    Andrus    Company,    and 
Jane  Edmunds.      Born   Oct.    20,   1878,   Og- 
den,  Utah.     Bookkeeper. 


GABRIEL  MARION   UTLEY 
Born    July    27,    1844,    Parry   County,    Ala. 
Came  to  Utah  1852,  Capt.  Wimmer  Com- 
pany.     High    Priest ;    Bishop's   Counselor. 
Constable  at  Pine  Valley. 


ALFRED    JOHN    ATKINSON 
Born    Dec.    29,    1826,    Southwork,    Surrey, 
London,    Eng.       Came    to    Utah    Oct.    29, 
1855,    C.    A.    Harper    Company.      Farmer 
and  Merchant. 


ALFRED  H.  ATKINSON 
Son    of   Alfred    John    Atkinson    and    Ann 
Boting.     Born  Feb.  4,  1849,  London,  Eng. 


THOMAS  ATKINSON 
Relative  of  Jesse  Shurtliff. 


HENRY  CLUCAS 

Born  May  15,  1805,  Douglas,  Isle  of  Man. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  29,  1855,  C.  A.  Harper 
Company.  Ward  Teacher. 

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HENRY  GODDARD 

Born  Feb.  16,  1821,  Nottingham,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1855,  Captain  Har- 
per Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer. 


HENRY  J.  W.  GODDARD 
Son  of  Henry  Goddard  and  Hannah  Astill. 
Born   Nov.   20,   1858,   Provo,   Utah.     High 
Priest.     County  Commissioner. 


434 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1855 


WILLIAM  HARDY 

Born  Feb.  21,  1842,  Glasgow,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  29,  1856,  C.  A.  Harper 
Company.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


ROBERT  JAMES  HARDY 
Son  of  William  Hardy  and  Harriet  Ann 
Wood.      Born   Oct.    14,    1876,    Farmington, 
Utah.     Farmer. 


JOSEPH  PERKINS 

Born  Sept.  24,  1820,  Langher,  Glamorgan- 
shire, Wales.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  29,  1855, 
Charles  A.  Harper  Company.  Indian  War 
Veteran. 


EDWARD  MARTIN  PERKINS 
Son  of  Joseph  Perkins  and  Margret  Martin. 
Born  Jan.  10,  1860,  Provo,  Utah.     Bishop 
Mapleton  Ward. 


JAMES  SHANKS 

Born  July  19,  1810,  Paisley,  Renfrewshire, 
Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  October,  1855, 
Charles  A.  Harper  Company.  Crossed 
plains  sixteen  times. 


JAMES  DOCK  SHANKS 
Son  of  James  Shanks  and   Isabella  Dock. 
Born    Nov.    29,    1833,    Paisley,    Scotland. 
Came    to    Utah    September,    1853,    Jacob 
Gates  and  Isaac  Haight  Company. 


WILLIAM  KNOX 

Born  July  5,  1815,  Spittal,  near  Berwick, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1855.  High 
Priest ;  Home  Missionary.  Worked  on  Salt 
Lake  Temple. 


ANDREW  FERGUSON 
Born   Sept.    7,    1818,   Rutherglen,   Lanark- 
shire, Scotland.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  20, 
1855,   Moses   Thurston  Company.     Justice 
of  Peace,  Spanish  Fork. 


GEORGE  MATHEW  DOW  PHILLIPS 


Born  May  23,   1816,   County  York,  Hamp-, 
ton  Parish,   New  Brunswick,  Can.     Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1855.     Millman ;  Black- 
smith.    Seventy. 


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435 


JAMES  EMERY  PHILLIPS 
Son  of  George  Mathew  Dow  Phillips  and 
Susan  Jacques.      Born   May   6,    1866,   New 
Brunswick,  Can.     Came  to  Utah  in  1872. 
Farmer  and  Fruit  Grower. 


MICAH  GARN 

Son  of  Philip  J.  Garn,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  28,  1855,  Moses  Thurston  Company, 
and  Mary  M.  Vogt.  Born  Oct.  14,  1814, 
Fremont,  Ohio.  High  Councilor. 


GEORGE  HESLOP 

Born  Feb.  19,  1855,  Liverpool,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  September,  1855,  Independent 
Company.  Director  Hooper  Irrigation  Co. 


WILLIAM  MATTHEWS 
Born  Feb.   21,  1817,   North  Hill,   Bedford- 
shire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah   Oct.  16,   1855, 
John  Wardle  Company. 


SAMUEL  MATTHEWS 
Son   of  William   Matthews  and   Elizabeth 
Flinders.      Born  May  4,   1843,   North   Hill, 
Eng.     Bishop  Montpelier  Ward. 


MATHEW  ROWAN 

Born  April  12,  1827,  Renfrew,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  28,  1855.  Bishop's 
Counselor ;  Ward  Clerk.  School  Teacher. 


JOHN   TUCKETT 

Born  April  26,  1834,  London,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  28,  1855,  Moses  Thurston 
Company,  Bishop,  City  Councilman. 


DAVID   DUNCOMBB 

Came    to    Utah    with    "Sherman."      Wife 
came  with  Orson  Hyde,  Aug.  15,  1850. 


JESSE  BOND 

Born  Feb.  27,  1832,  Huntingford,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  13,  1855,  Isaac  All- 
red  Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1855 


JOHN  WOOD 

Born  March  14,  1811,  Acllam,  Sussex,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1855,  Moses  Thur- 
ston  Company.  High  Priest ;  Teacher. 
Merchant. 


JONATHAN  DAVID  WOOD 
Son    of    John    Wood    and    Fannie    Goble. 
Born  April  29,  1849,  in  England.    Bishop's 
Counselor  ;  High  Councilor.     Merchant. 


JONATHAN  DAVID  WOOD,  JR. 
Son   of   Jonathan   David  Wood   and   Cath- 
lean   Blanche  Bird.     Born  June   20,   1875, 
Farmington,     Utah.       Ward   and  .Sunday 
School  Teacher  ;  Seventy.     Farmer. 


ALFRED  JOSEPH  BRODERICK 
Son  of  Thomas  Begshaw  Broderick,  who 
came  to  Utah  in  1855,  and  Elizabeth  Hil- 
yard.  Born  Dec.  21,  1859,  at  Salt  Lake 
City.  High  Priest.  Merchant.  Farmer 
and  Apiarist. 


HENRY    ISAAC    BUSH 
Son   of   James   Bush,   who   came   to   Utah 
in    1855,    Wheelock   Company,   and    Sophia 
Humphries.      Born    April    17,    1846,    New- 
port, Monmouthshire,  Wales.  High  Priest. 


JAMES  HUMPHRIES  BUSH 
Son  of  James  Bush  and  Sophia  Humphries. 
Born      Nov.      28,      1848,      Monmouthshire, 
Wales.     Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 
Farmer. 


THOMAS  CAMPBELL 

Born    in    Perthshire,    Scotland.      Came    to 
Utah  in  1855.     Miner;  Farmer. 


JOHN   CAMPBELL 

Son  of  Thomas  Campbell  and  Klteabeth 
Davis.  Born  Sept.  9,  1853,  Ayrshire, 
Scotland.  Farmer  and  stockraiser. 
Guard  In  Black  Hawk  Indian  War. 


JOSEPH   CLEMENTS 
Born    Sept.     27,     1817,    in    New    Jersey? 
Came  to  Utah  in  1855,  Independent  Com- 
pany.   Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


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JAMES  CROSSLEY 
Born      June     1,      1816,     Yorkshire, 
Came  to  Utah  in  1855.     Brewer. 


EPHRAIM   JARVIS    CROSSLEY 
Eng.  Son  of  James  Crossley  and  Mary  Jarvis. 

Born     June     4,     1850,     Lancashire,     Eng. 
Farmer  and  Lumberman, 


DAVID  W.  DAVIS 

Born  March  28,  1828,  Hairwin,  Breck- 
nockshire, South  Wales.  Came  to  Utah 
in  1855.  Farmer. 


WILLIAM  G.  DAVIS 

Son  of  David  W.  Davis  and  Charlotte 
Notte  Jeremy.  Born  June  14,  1865,  Lo- 
gan, Utah.  Bishop's  Counselor. 


WILLIAM  TAYLOR  DENNIS 
Born   Jan.    18,    1810,    in    Lincoln    County, 
Tenn.     Came  to  Utah   in   1855,   Gilbert  I. 
Gavin  Company. 


JOHN  EVANS 

Born  April  2,  1807,  Liverpool,  Eng. 
to  Utah  in  1855.     Tailor. 


Came 


JOHN   EVANS,   JR. 

Son  of  John  Evans  and  Ann  Dinwoody. 
Born  Oct.  7,  1834,  Liverpool,  Eng.  Ward 
Clerk. 


JESSE  G.   EVANS 

Son  of  John  Evans,  Jr.,  and  Mary  Goul- 
den.  Born  Sept.  23,  1877,  Bountiful, 
Utah.  President  100th  Quorum  Seventies. 


WILLIAM   GILLESPIE 
Born  April   13,   1855.      Stonecutter. 


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JOHN  GRIMMBTT 
Born  Jan.  5,  1827,  in  England. 
Utah  in  1855. 


HYRUM  GRIMMBTT 

Came  to  Son  of  John  Grimmett  and  Sarah  Passey. 
Born  Jan.  6,  1854,  Birmingham,  Bng. 
Postmaster  at  Bryan,  Idaho.  Justice  of 
Peace. 


HUGH  FINDLAY 

Born    June    9,    1822.      Came    to    Utah    in 
1855.     High  Priest. 


WILLIAM  FOXLBY 

Born  April  6,  1831,  Bedfordshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1855,  Kincaid  Company, 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  LEMUEL  FOXLBY 
Son  of  William  Foxley  and  Alice  Nicholls. 
Born  June  29,  1890,  Kaysville,  Utah. 


MICHAEL  A.   HANSON 
Born  April  11,   1848,  in   Denmark.     Came 
to  Utah   in   1855.     Farmer ;   Watermaster 
Blsinore  Canal  Co. 


PETER  M.  HANSON 
Born     Jan.     26,     1869,     Ephraim, 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


Utah. 


ABRAHAM  HELM 

Born  Feb.  22,  1813,  Cumberland  County, 
Pa.  Came  to  Utah  in  1855,  Moses  Thurs- 
ton  Company. 


LEVI  PHILLIP  HELM 
Son   of  Abraham    Helm   and   Mary   Rich- 
ards.     Born    in    October,    1851,    Sandusky 
County,  Ohio.     High  Priest. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1855 


JAMES  HUTCHINS 

Born  in  England.  Came  to  Utah  in  1855. 
Elder.  School  Trustee ;  Justice  of  Peace  ; 
Farmer ;  Stockraiser  and  Merchant. 


JOHN  JAMES  HUTCHINS 
Son   of   James    Hutching   and    Ellen    Cor- 
bridge.     Born  March  27,  1860,  Slaterville, 
Utah.      Elder.      Justice    of    Peace ;    Con- 
stable six  years. 


CHARLES  KEMP 

Born     Oct.     30,     1833,     Manchester,     Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1855.     High  Priest. 


DAVID  MORRIS   KING 
Born   March   23,    1825,   Winfreth,   Dorset- 
shire, Eng.    Came  to  Utah  in  1855.    Elder. 
Echo  Canyon  War  Veteran.     Farmer  and 
Stockraiser. 


THOMAS  CLARK  KING 
Son  of  David  M.  King  and  Susanna  Clark. 
Born  Oct.  10,  1874,  Liberty,  Idaho.    Elder; 
Ward  Clerk. 


THOMAS  LLOYD 

Born  June  15,  1833,  Wolverhampton,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1855.  President  28th 
Quorum  Seventies. 


THOMAS  WILLIAM  LLOYD 
Son  of  Thomas  Lloyd  and  Susanna  Stone. 
Born    Sept.    21,    1867,    Farmington,    Utah. 
High  Priest.     Farmer;  Cattleman. 


WILLIAM  THOMAS  LEA  LLOYD 
Son   of  Thomas  W.   Lloyd   and   Elizabeth 
Lea.     Born  Dec.  9,  1877,  Wellsville,  Utah. 
One   of   Presidents   108th   Quorum   Seven- 
ties, Bannock  Stake,  Idaho. 


HANS  LUNDBLAD 
Born  Sept.  29,  1821,  in  Sweden. 
Utah  in  1855.  Tailor. 


Came  to 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1855 


T.  MATTHEWS 
Oakley,  Idaho. 


JENS  C.  NELSON 

Born  Aug.  10,  1830,  Denmark.  Came  to 
Utah  in  1855.  Seventy ;  Missionary. 
Mayor  of  Moroni.  Merchant  and  Farmer. 


JOSEPH    NELSON 

Son  of  Jens  C.  Nelson  and  Annie  Maria 
Anderson.  Born  Dec.  30,  1862,  Moroni, 
Utah.  Teacher.  President  Saltair  Beach 
Co. ;  President  S.  L.  &  L.  A.  R.  R. 


JOHN  AUGUSTUS   PETERSON 
Born  Dec.   3,   1851,   in  Sweden.     Came   to 
Utah  1855.     Worked  on  St.  George  Tem- 
ple.    Ward  Teacher.     Guard  during  early 
Indian  troubles. 


WILLIAM  GEORGE   B.   REYNOLDS 
Born  Nov.   19,    1847,   in  Michigan.      Came 
to  Utah  in  1855,  Oxteam  Company.    Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


FRANKLIN   GREGSON   ROBINSON 
Son  of  John  Robinson,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1855,  and  Ann  Gregson.     Born  Oct.  18, 
1854,     London,     Eng.     City     Councilman. 
Farmer  and   Stockraiser ;   Merchant. 


FRANKLIN  GRIFFIN  ROBINSON 
Son    of    Franklin    Gregson    Robinson    and 
Ellen  Salina  Griffln.     Born  Nov.  21.  1878, 
Richmond,  Utah. 


STEPHEN  WEEKS  ROSS,  JR. 
Son  of  Stephen  Weeks  Ross,  who  came  to 
Utah  In  1855,  and  Jane  Stevenson.     Born 
April  12,  1841.     Came  to  Utah  in   Fall  of 
1855.     High  Priest.     Farmer. 


GEORGE  ROWLEY 

Born  1827  in  England.     Came  to  Utah  in 
November,   1855.     High  Priest. 


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JOSEPH    SMITH    ROWLEY 
Son   of   George   Rowley   and   Ann   Brown. 
Born     May     17,     1849,     Yorkshire,      Eng. 
Elder.     Fruit  Grower. 


DANIEL   FRANCIS   THOMAS 
Born    April    13,    1826,    Caermarthenshire, 
Wales.      Came    to    Utah    in    1855,    Capt. 
.lones  Company.      Bishop  of  Lynne  Ward 
1875-90.     Justice  of  Peace. 


ALBERT  AUGUSTUS  THOMAS 
Son  of  Daniel  Francis  Thomas  and  Stova 
Fredrika  Olsen.     Born  Nov.   23,  1879. 


GEORGE  THOMAS  WOODHEAD 
Son  of  William  Woodhead  and   Charlotte 
Spencely.     Born  in  1831. 


WILLIAM    GOODMAN    WARNER 
Son  of  William  Warner,  who  came  to  Utah 
Nov.   1,   1855,   Isaac  Allred  Company,   and 
Keziah    Goodman.      Born    Aug.    14,    1856, 
Ogden,  Utah. 


EDWARD  RICHINS 

Born  April  16,  1835,  Sheepcombe,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  7,  1855,  William  H. 
Hooper  Company.  Bishop  of  Echo  Ward. 


SYLVESTER  LOW 

Born  March  12,  1836,  Parish  of  Tealing, 
Forfarshire,  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah 
Nov.  13,  1855.  Miller. 


OSBORNE  LOW 

Son  of  Sylvester  Low  and  Annie  Allen. 
Born  April  1,  1865,  Ovid,  Idaho.  Bishop 
of  Freedom  Ward,  Wyo.,  1894.  Bishop 
and  Mayor  of  Afton,  Wyo. 


JAMES  STARLEY 

Born  Aug.  5,  1817,  Sussex,  England. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  17,  1855,  Harper  and 
Williams  Freight  Train  Co.  Teacher. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1856 


THOMAS  L.   CRAGHEAD 
Son  of  John  Craghead,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  July,  1856,  and  Martha  Furgeson.  Born 
May   3,   1842,   Franklin   County,   Va.      In- 
dian War  Veteran. 


NICHOLAS  GROESBBCK 
Born  Sept.  5,  1819,  Buskirk  Bridge,  N.  Y. 
Came  to  Utah   Oct.   2,   1856,  John   Banks 
Company.      City   Councilman,    Salt    Lake, 
one  term. 


NICHOLAS  H.  GROESBECK 
Son  of  Nicholas  Groesbeck  and  Elizabeth 
Thompson.     Born  April   27,   1842,  Spring- 
field,   111.      Merchant,    Miner,    Missionary. 
Home,  Springville,  Utah. 


HYRUM   GROESBECK 
Son  of  Nicholas  Groesbeck  and  Elizabeth 
Thompson.      Born   July   19,    1854,    Spring- 
field,   111.      Came   to   Utah   in    1856,   John 
Banks  Company.     High  Priest. 


JOHN  A.  GROESBECK,  JR. 
Son  of  John  A.   Groesbeck,  who  came  to 
Utah  Oct.  2,  1856,  and  Ann  D.  Bringhurst. 
Born  March  22,   1872,  at  Salt  Lake  City. 
County  Treasurer ;   Merchant. 


THOMAS  JACKSON 

Born  Sept.  13,  1823,  Blockley,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  September,  1856,  Nicholas 
Groesbeck  Company.  Indian  War  Vet- 
eran. Cabinetmaker. 


JOHN  WILLIAM  JACKSON 
Son  of  Thomas  Jackson  and  Alice  Cromp- 
ton.     Born  June  4,  1849,  Manchester,  Eng. 
Indian  War  Veteran.     High  Priest. 


JOEL    ALMON    BASCOM 
Born    March    27,    1832,    Brooksfleld,    N.    Y. 
Came  to  Utah  AUR.  18,  1856,  Philemon  C. 
Merrill    Company.      High   Priest.      Indian 
War  Veteran. 


JOEL   ALMON   BASCOM,    JR. 
Son  of  Joel  Almon  Bascom  and  Alice  Jane 
Bell.      Born    Oct.    22,    1862,    Provo,    Utah. 
Elder.     Farmer  and  Cattleman. 


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IRA  KIMBALL  BASCOM 
Son  of  Joel  Almon  Bascom  and  Alice  Jane 
Bell.     Born  March  26,  1873,  Mona,   Utah. 
Seventy.     Ward  Teacher. 


JOHN  CROOK 

Born  Oct.  11,  1831,  Turtin,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  20,  1856,  Phile- 
mon C.  Merrill  Company.  Bishop's  Coun- 
selor. Road  Supervisor. 


FREDERICK  CROOK 
Son  of  John  Crook  and  Mary  Giles.     Born 
Aug.    17,    1869,   Heber  City,  Utah.    Bishop 
Third  Ward  Heber  City,  Utah. 


JAMES   PULLEY 

Born  May  17,  1828,  Aylton,  Hereford, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  August,  1856. 
High  Priest.  Took  part  in  Morrisite  War. 
Farmer. 


JAMES  FRANKLIN  PULLEY 
Son    of    James    Pulley    and    Alice    Moon. 
Born    May    5,    1848,    Alton,    Madison    Co., 
111.     Elder;  Ward  Teacher.     Black-Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran.     Farmer. 


CHESTER   C.    PULLEY 
Son    of   James   Pulley   and    Lydia   Esther 
Hall.     Born  Feb.  8,  1883,  American  Fork, 
Utah.     Counselor     In     Bishopric     of     1st 
Ward,  American  Fork. 


THOMAS  RASBAND 

Born  Dec.  21,  1818,  Hinckley,  Warwick- 
shire, EriJT  Came  to  Utah  in  August, 
1856.  Bishop  of  Heber  East  Ward. 


FREDERICK  RASBAND 
Son    of    Thomas    Rasband    and    Elizabeth 
Giles.      Born   Sept.    2,    1856,    Provo,    Utah. 
First   Bishop  of  Park   City  Ward.     State 
Senator  and  Representative. 


WILLIAM   GILES   RASBAND 
Son    of   Thomas    Rasband    and    Elizabeth 
Giles.      Born    Dec.    24,    1852,    Quincy,    111. 
Came  to  Utah  in  August,   1856.     Farmer. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1856 


GEORGE  FRANDSEN 
Born  May  31,  1834,  Longland,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1856,  Canute  Peterson 
Company.  First  Bishop  of  Price 


GEORGE  G.  FRANDSEN 
Son  of  George  Frandsen  and  Karen  Niel- 
sen.     Born   Nov.    25,    1861,   Mt.   Pleasant, 
Utah.     High  Priest. 


JAMES  J.  HANSON 

Born  Nov.  8,  1844,  Kaierod,  Fredreksborg 
Amt,  Denmark.  Came  to  Utah  in  1856, 
Canute  Peterson  Company.  President 
62nd  Quorum  Seventies. 


SAMUEL   L.   HOWARD 
Born    Oct.    16,    1840,    Bedfordshire,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.   20,  1856,  Helm  Fam- 
ily.    High   Priest.      Sunday  School   Super- 
intendent 20  years. 


SAMUEL  HAMILTON  HOWARD 
Son  of  Samuel  L.  Howard  and  Sarah  Jane 
Hamilton.     Born  Oct.  21,  1867,  Mill  Creek, 
Salt    Lake    Co.,    -Utah.      Elder ;    Teacher. 
Road  Commissioner ;   Farmer. 


PETER  JENSON 

Came  to   Utah   in   1856,   Canute   Peterson 
Company. 


WILLIAM  MORRISON 
Born  Sept.  7,  1820,  Inverurie,  Aberdeen- 
shire  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  in  1856, 
TJ^U?,  ,  Petprson  Company.  President 
High  Priests  Quorum  ;  Patriarch. 


JAMES    BRUCE    MORRISON 
Son  of  William  Morrison  and  Caroline  C 
Iverson.     Born  Nov.  7,  1860,  Mt.  Pleasant 
Utah.     Missionary  ;   Superintendent  Sevier 
Stake  Sunday  School ;  High  Priest 


HANS  JOHGEN  MUNK 
Born  Aug.  17,  1831.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
20,  1856,  Canute  Peterson  Company.  High 
Priest.     School  Trustee. 


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445 


SOREN  NELSON 

Born  March   20,   1803.     Came  to   Utah  in 
1856,  Canute  Peterson  Company.     Farmer. 


NELS   C.    NELSON 

Son  of  Soren  Nelson  and  Christiana  Hail- 
sen.  Born  Jan.  26,  1828,  Flada,  Denmark. 
Counselor  to  Bishop  Hulme.  Assisted  im- 
migrants to  Utah. 


NELS   CHRISTIAN  NELSON,   JR. 
Son"  of  Nels   Christian    Nelson    and   Cath- 
erine Jenson.     Born  Feb.  14,  1860,  in  Utah. 


JONAS    OTTERSTROM 
Born    Dec.     9,     1820,    Carlsbad,     Sweden. 
Came    to    Utah     Sept.     20,     1856,     Canute 
Peterson       Company.        Seventy ;       Ward 
Teacher.      Black   Hawk   Indian   War  Vet. 


AUGUST  SWENSON 

Born  Aug.  7,  1836,  Stafsinge,  Halland, 
Sweden.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  19,  1856, 
Canute  Peterson  Company.  High  Coun- 
cilor. Farmer. 


'JACOB  VARNEY 

Born  Aug.  7,  1831,  Horley,  Oxfordshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  September,  1856, 
Canute  Peterson  Company.  Seventy 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOSEPH  ARGYLE 

Born  Sept.  12,  1818,  Market  Bosworth, 
Leicestershire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
26,  1856,  Edmund  Ellsworth  Handcart 
Company.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOSEPH  ARGYLE,  JR. 
Son    of   Joseph    Argyle    and    Jane    Finch. 
Born    Feb.    25,    1842,    Birmingham,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father.     Black  Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


LORENZO  ARGYLE 

Son  of  Joseph  Argyle  and  Jane  Finch. 
Born  Oct.  26,  1852,  Birmingham,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father.  Bishop  ;  Sun- 
day School  Superintendent. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1856 


MICHAEL   BEUS 

Born  in  1811,  Piedmont,  Italy.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  26,  1856,  Edmund  Ellsworth 
Handcart  Company.  Farmer. 


PAUL  BEUS 

Son  of  Michael  Beus  and  Marianne 
Coombe.  Born  March  19,  1847,  Piedmont, 
Italy.  Came  to  Utah  1856.  Ward  Teacher 
18  years. 


THOMAS  B.  BOURNE 
Born  Oct.  26,  1797,  Ledbury,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1856,  Edmund  Ellsworth 
Company. 


JOHN  A.   BOURNE 

Son   of  Charles   Bourne   and   Jane   Alder. 
Born  Sept.  28,  1865,  Farmington,  Utah. 


ISAAC   BOWERS 

Born  Dec.  6,  1841.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
26,  1856,  Edmund  Ellsworth  Company. 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  B.  GIBSON 
Son   of   John    S.    Gibson   and   Jeanette   S. 
Barnard.     Born  Sept.  26,  1838. 


RICHARD  KENWOOD 
Son  of  John  Henwood,  who  came  to  Utah 
in   1856,   and   Jane  Treganna.     Born   Dec. 
5.  1837,  Cornwall,  Kng.    Assisted  in  bring- 
ing immigrants  to  Utah. 


JOHN  KETTLE 

Born  Feb.  1,  1806,  Newton,  Lincolnshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1856,  Edward 
Ellsworth  Handcart  Company.  Elder. 
Farmer. 


ROBERT  KETTLE 

Born  July  29,  1841,  Grosberton  Bank, 
Lincolnshire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  with 
father.  High  Priest.  Farmer  and  Stock- 
raiser. 


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447 


GEORGE  THOMAS  MARSHALL, 
Born    Nov.    9,    1852,    Herefordshire,    Eng. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    26,    1856,    Edmund 
Ellsworth  Company.     Indian  Fighter.    Po- 
liceman at  Franklin,  Idaho,  six  years. 


GEORGE  THOMAS  MARSHALL,  JR. 
Son  of  George  Thomas  Marshall  and  El- 
vira   Van    Curen.       Born    June    23,     1872, 
Franklin,    Idaho.      Sheriff   Oneida   County 
1905-07.     Salesman. 


JOHN  ROWE  MOYLE 

Born  Feb.  22,  1808,  Cornwall,  Wendron, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1856,  Ed- 
mund Ellsworth  Handcart  Company.  Pres- 
ident of  Seventies. 


HENRY  MOYLE 

Son  of  John  Rowe  Moyle  and  Phillippa 
Beer.  Born  Jan.  3,  1844,  Plymouth, 
Devonshire,  England.  Patriarch ;  Presi- 
dent of  the  128th  Quorum  of  Seventies. 


JAMES  MOYLE 

Son  of  John  Rowe  Moyle  and  Phillippa 
Beer.  Born  Oct.  31,  1835,  Rosmellen, 
Cornwall,  England. 


JAMES  HENRY  MOYLE 
Son  of  James  Moyle  and  Elizabeth  Wood. 
Born    Sept.    17,    1858,    at   Salt   Lake   City. 
City   and   County   Attorney ;   Lawyer. 


JOHN  SILL 

Born  Jan.  19,  1816,  New  Egypt,  N.  J. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  29,  1856.  High  Priest. 
Farmer  ;  Stockraiser  and  Orchardist. 


JOSEPH  ALBERT  SILL 
Son  of  John  Sill  and  Elizabeth  Kirkham. 
Born     Jan.     11,     1867,     Kaysville,     Utah. 
Elder.     School  Teacher;  Farmer. 


JOB  WELLING 

Born  Jan.  9,  1833,  Anrtlam,  Cheshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1856,  Edmund 
Ellsworth  Company.  Bishop's  Counselor. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1856 


FRANKLIN   DAVID    WELLING 
Son  of  Job  Welling  and  Marrietta  Holmes. 
Born    Dec.    20,    1868,    Farmington,    Utah. 
High   Priest ;   Superintendent  Y.  M.  M.   I. 
A.  of  Bear  River  Stake. 


JOSEPH   H.   WELLING 
Son  of  Job  Welling  and  Marietta  Holmes. 
Born    June    21,    1870,    Farmington,    Utah. 
Bishop     of     Riverside     Ward ;      Bishop's 
Counselor. 


MILTON   H.   WELLING 
Son  of  Job  Welling  and  Emma  L.  Holmes. 
Born    Jan.    25,    1876,    Farmington,    Utah. 
State    Legislator.      President    Bear    River 

Stake. 


f, 


JAMES  ANDERSON 

Born  Oct.  3,  1842,  Lanarkshire,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1856,  Daniel  D. 
MeArthur  Handcart  Company.  High 
Priest.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOHN  ELLIS 

Born  Jan.  5,  1828,  Derby,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  26,  1856,  Daniel  D.  MeArthur 
Company.  Carpenter  and  Building  Inspec- 
tor. 


JOHN  GREGORY  ELLIS 
Son  of  John  Ellis  and  Mary  Ann  Emmett. 
Born  Aug.   22,   1859,  Ogden,  Utah.     Mem- 
ber Board  Education. 


JOHN  FRKW 

Born  June  17,  1826,  Ayrshire,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1856,  Daniel  D. 
MeArthur  Company. 


JAMES   FREW 

Son  of  John  Frew  and  Jane  Clotworthy. 
Born  May  30,  1847,  Delroy,  Ayrshire, 
Scotland. 


WALTER  GRANGER 

Born  Aug.  4,  1821,  Edinburgh,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  26,  1856,  Daniel  D. 
MeArthur  Company.  Bishop  St.  George, 
Utah. 


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449 


RICHARD  KENNINGTON 
Born  Oct.    18,   1804.      Came  to  Utah   Sept. 
26,  1856,  Daniel  D.  McArthur  Company. 


WILLIAM   HENRY   KENNINGTON 
Son    of    Richard     Kennington    and     Mary 
Davison.     Born  Aug.   7,  1842,  Louth,  Lin- 
colnshire,   Eng. 


JAMES  JACKSON  MEIKLE 
Son  of  James  Meikle,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  28,  1856,  and  Harriette  Louisa  Pea- 
cock.      Born     Sept.     24,    1864,     Smithfield, 
Utah.     Mayor  of  Smithfleld. 


ROBERT   PARKER 

Came   to   Utah   in   1856,    Daniel   D.    McAr- 
thur  Handcart   Company. 


ISAAC  DUNFORD 

Born  June  24,  1823,  Trowbridge,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  4,  1856,  John  Banks 
Company.  President  Branch  of  Church  at 
St.  Louis.  Merchant. 


ALMA  B.  DUNFORD 

Son  of  Isaac  Dunford  and  Leah  Bailey. 
Born  Aug.  19,  1850,  Trowbridge,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  4.  1856. 


GEORGE  HUMPHREYS 
Born     April     19,     1842,     Nottinghamshire, 
Eng.      Came   to   Utah    Oct.    2,    1856,    John 
Banks  Company. 
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SAMUEL  HUMPHREYS 
Born    Jan.    31,    1846,    Mansfield,    Notting- 
hamshire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  in  October. 
1856,    /ohn    Banks    Company.      Bishop    of 
LHngle  Ward  since  1887. 


HYRUM   THOMAS    HUMPHREYS 
Born    May    13,    1850,    Mansfield,    Notting- 
hamshire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  In  October, 
1856,    John    Banks    Company.      Bishop    of 
Paris  1st  Ward  16  years. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1856 


JOHN  COZZINS 

Came     to     Utah     Oct.     3,     1856,     Edward 
Bunker,  the  3rd  Handcart  Company. 


SAMUEL   TAYLOR   ORTON 


Born  July  1,  1832,  CarltonhiU,  Notting- 
hamshire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1856 
Edward  Bunker  Company.  Member  High 
Council.  Marshal. 


JOEL  HILLS  ORTON 

Son  of  Samuel  Taylor  Orton  and  Julia  Ann 
Johnson.  Born  March  4,  1811,  Parowan 
Utah.  Sheriff. 


DANIEL  ROBERTS 

Son  of  David  Roberts  and  Catherine 
Richard.  Born  Sept.  8,  1842,  Llanfrohten, 
Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in  1856. 


JOHN  DUNN  ROBERTS 
Born   May   26,    1824,   Merthyr  Tydfil,   Gla- 
morganshire,     South      Wales.      Came     to 
Utah    in    October,    1856,    Edward    Bunker 
Company.     High  Priest. 


JOHN  POWELL  ROBERTS 
Son  of  John  Dunn  Roberts  and  Ann  Pow- 
ell.     Born    July    17,    1856,    Pottawattamie 
C9unty,  Iowa.     Came  to  Utah  with  father. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


GEORGE   WISE    CROPPER 
Born  May  4,   1846,  Harris  County,  Texas. 
Came  to  Utah   Oct.    11,   1856,   Jacob  Croft 
Independent  Company.     Sheriff  of  Millard 
County.     Farmer ;   Stockraiser. 


THOMAS  WATERS  CROPPER 
Son  of  George  Waters  Cropper,  who  came 
to  Utah   Oct.    11,    1856,   Jacob  Croft   Inde- 
pendent    Company,     and     Sebrina     Lamb. 
Born  Oct.  24,  1842,  Harris  County,  Texas. 


JOSEPH   HADFIELD 

Born    April     13,     1832,    Manchester,    Eng 
Came  to  Utah   Oct.    11,   1856,  Jacob  Croft' 
Company.     Elder.  Cabinetmaker  and  Car- 
penter. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1856 


451 


EDWARD  BOWLES 

Born  Sept.  23,  1806,  Wiltshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  9,  1856,  James  G.  Willie 
Company.  Elder. 


THOMAS   BOWLES 

Son  of  Edward  Bowles  and  Ann  Bolton. 
Born  AUK.  18,  1836,  Wiltshire,  Eng.  High 
Priest. 


THOMAS  EDWARD  BOWLES 
Son    of     Thomas    Bowles    and     Susannah 
Washburn.      Born    Dec.    5,    1860,    Moroni. 
Utah. 


SAMUEL   CLIFFORD    BOWLES 
Son     of     Thomas     Edward      Bowles     and 
Louisa  Dale.     Born  Sept.  15,  1891,  Nephi, 
Utah. 


JAMES  CUNNINGHAM 
Born  in  1805,  Borland,  Scotland.     Came  to 
Utah  Nov.  9,  1856,  James  G.  Willie  Hand- 
cart Company.     High  Priest. 


ALFRED   GADD 

Born  July  15,  1837,  Orwell,  Cambridge- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Nov.  9,  18o6, 
James  G.  Willie  Handcart  Company.  In- 
dian War  Veteran.  Horticulturist. 


WILLIAM  ALFRED   GADD 
Son  of  Alfred  Gadd  and  Mary  Ann  Hobbs. 
Born   Dec.    19,    1866. 


SAMUEL  GEORGE  GADD 
Son  of  Alfred  Gadd  and  Mary  Ann  Hobbs. 
Born  Dec.  5,  1868,   Nephi,  Utah. 


RICHARD  GODFREY 

Born  March  11,  1835,  Worcestershire,  Ens. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  9,  1856,  James  G.  Wil- 
lie Company.  Worked  on  Salt  Lake 
Temple. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1856 


WILLIAM  R.  GODFREY 
Son  of  Richard   Godfrey  and  Jane  Jelley. 
Born  Sept.  21,  1864,  Salt  Lake  City. 


GEORGE    HUMPHRYS 
Born  in  England.     Came  to  Utah  Nov.  9, 
1856,   James   G.    Willie   Company. 


JAMES  HURREN 

Born  Feb.  24,  1827,  Suffolk,  England. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  9,  1856,  James  G.  Wil- 
lie Handcart  Company.  Counselor  in 
Bishopric  of  Hyde  Park. 


JAMES  WILLIAM  DAVID  HURREN 
Son    of  James   Hurren   and    Eliza   Reeder. 
Born    Dec.    8,    1859,    Brigham    City,    Utah. 
Worked  on  Logan  Temple  1887-89. 


REUBEN  JAMES 

Son  of  William  James  and  Jane  Haines. 
Born  June  15,  1842,  Pinvin,  Knit.  Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  10,  1856.  High  Priest. 
Farmer. 


GEORGE  JAMES 

Son  of  William  James  and  Jane  Haines. 
Born  June  16,  1849.  Pinvin,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  10,  1856.  Elder.  Farmer 
and  Horticulturist. 


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KOBKKT    CAMPBELL    KIKKWOOD 
Born  Aug.  14,  1834.  Bridge-on- Weir,  Scot- 
land.   Tame  to   Utah    Nov.   9,  1856,  James 
G.    Willie    Company.     High    Priest.     Mer- 
chant. 


JAMES  LAIRD 

Born  Dec.  25,  1825.  Came  to  Utah  Nov. 
9,  1856.  Capt.  Willie  Handcart  Company. 
Karly  settler  at  Spanish  Fork  and  Heber 
City.  Farmer. 


EDWARD  LAIRD 

Son  of  James  Laird  and  Mary  Rainey. 
Born  Feb.  12,  1853,  Anet  Lodge,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father.  Freighter ; 
Stockman  ;  Farmer  ;  Contractor. 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1856 


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AMASA  C.  LINFORD 

Son  of  John  Linl'ord  and  Maria  Christian. 
Born  Jan.  6,  1845,  Swavesey,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  November,  1856,  James  G. 
Willie  Company. 


ALBERT  HENRY  LINFORD 
Son    of    Amasa    C.    Linford    and    Miranda 
Savage.     Born  May  25,  1879,  Garden  City, 
Utah. 


JOSEPH  W.  LINFORD 

Born  March  30,  1842,  Swavesey,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  9,  1856,  Capt.  Willie  Hand- 
cart Company.  Seventy.  Commissioner. 
Farmer. 


JAMES  O.  PETERSEN 

Born  April  8,  1820,  Copenhagen,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1856,  Capt.  Willie  Hand- 
cart Company.  High  Priest.  Cooper ; 
Farmer. 


ABRAHAM  REISTER   WRIGHT 
Born    Aug.     18,     1811,     Philadelphia,     Pa. 
Came    to    Utah    Nov.    2,     1856,    Smoot    & 
Kldredge  Company.  Seventy  ;  Ward  Clerk. 
Freighter. 


ABRAHAM  REISTER  WRIGHT,  JR. 
Son     of     Abraham     Reister     Wright     anil 
Mary    Ann    Brockerman.      Born    July    10, 
1842,      Philadelphia,      Pa.      High      Priest. 
Member  Nauvoo  Legion. 


CHARLES   PKTER   BURKE 
Born  Aug.  11,  1837,  Malmo,  Sweden.  Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  9,   1856,   Abraham  O.  Smoot 
Company. 


CHARLES    BURKE 

Son  of  Charles  Peter  Burke  and  Betsy 
Christine  Jenson.  Born  Dec.  2,  1868,  Vir- 
gin, Utah. 


HENKY   JAMES   NEWMAN 
Born  July   22,   1853,   London,   Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  9,  1856,  Abraham  O.  Smoot 
Company. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1856 


SAMUEL   PERKINS 

Born  Aug.  9,  1832,  Irchester,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  9,  1856,  A.  O.  Smoot  Com- 
pany. Veteran  Echo  Canyon  War.  Farmer. 


SAMUEL  JOHN  PERKINS 
Son  of  Samuel  Perkins  and  Ann  Godfrey. 
Born  Aug.  13,  1866,  Wellsville,  Cache  Co., 
Utah.     Farmer. 


JAMBS    BRIGGS 

Born  Jan.  4,  1845.  Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30, 
1856,  Edward  Martin  Handcart  Company. 
Seventy.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Vet- 
eran. 


JOHN   BRIGGS 

Son  of  James  Briggs  and  Caroline  Clark. 
Born  Aug.  3,  1866,  Sugarhouse  Ward, 
Salt  Lake  Co.,  Utah.  City  Councilman. 
Blacksmith. 


GEORGE  ALBERT  BRIGGS 
Son  of  James  Briggs  and  Caroline  Clark. 
Born  Feb.  14,  1879,  Sugarhouse  Ward,  Salt 
Lake  Co.,  Utah.     Seventy. 


LANGLEY   ALLGOOD    BAILEY 
Son   of   John    Bailey,   who   came   to   Utah 
Nov.    30,    1856,    Edward   Martin   Handcart 
Company,  and  Jane  Allgood.     Born  March 
27,    1838,    Whitwick,    Leicestershire,    Eng. 


GEORGE    FINLY    BROOKS 
Born   Nov.   4,    1833,   Harwich,   Kssex,   Kng. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30.  1856,  Edward  Mar- 
tin Handcart  Company.     High  Priest ;  Pa- 
triarch ;  Member  Nauvoo  Legion. 


JAMES    SHERLOCK    CANTWELL 
Born     Nov.      24,     1813,     Dublin,     Ireland. 
Came  to  Utah   Dec.    14,    1856,   Martin  and 
Tyler  Company. 


JAMES  CANTWELL 

Son  of  James  Sherlock  Cantwell  and 
Elizabeth  Cotteral  Hamer.  Born  Feb.  28, 
1843,  Liverpool,  Eng.  President  High 
Priests  Quorum.  Postmaster. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 18.56 


455 


JOHN    CARTER 

Born  Jan.  26,  1846,  Preston,  England. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30,  1856,  Edward  Mar- 
tin Handcart  Company.  Sunday  School 
Superintendent.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


PETER    LOUIS    CHATELAIN 
Born     Aus.     10,      1824,     Piedmont,     Italy. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30,  1856,  Edward  Mar- 
tin Handcart  Company.     Seventy.  Farmer. 


ALEXANDER  CHATELAIN 
Son   of   Peter  Louis  Chatelain  and   Made- 
line  Malan.      Born   Feb.    1,    1866,    Member 
Weber  Stake  Sunday  School  Board. 


JOHN  COOPER 

Born  May  27,  1834,  Loughborouuh,  Lei- 
cestershire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30, 
1856,  Edward  Martin  Handcart  Company. 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


THOMAS   EVANS 

Born  in  1817,  Cardiff,  Wales.  Came  to 
Utah  Nov.  30,  1856,  Edward  Martin  Com- 
pany. Seventy. 


THOMAS  EVANS,  JR. 

Son  of  Thomas  Evans  and  Anna  Johns. 
Born  Feb.  17,  1846,  Cardiff,  Wales.  Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


AARON  JACKSON,  JR. 
Son  of  Aaron  Jackson  and  Elizabeth  Hor- 
rocks.      Born   Jan.    18,    1854,    Macclesfield, 
Eng.       High   Priest. 


SAMUEL  STEPHEN  JONES 
Born    Feb.    9,    1837,    near    London,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30,  1856,  Secretary  of 
the    Martin    &    Tyler    Handcart    Company. 
High  Priest.     Mining  Man. 


JOSEPH   LOYND 

Born  Dec.  19,  1843,  Dukinfield,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  30,  1856,  Edward  Martin 
Handcart  Company.  Bishop  of  4th  Ward, 
Springville. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1856 


RICHARD  LOYNU 

Son  of  James  Loynd  and  Elizabeth 
Thompson.  Born  Jan.  11,  1846,  Cheshire, 
Ens.  Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30,  1856.  Elder. 
Farmer  ;  Freighter. 


HEBER  R.  McBRIDE 

Born  May  13,  1843,  Churchto\vn,  Lanca- 
shire, Ens.  Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30,  1856 
Martin  &  Tylor  Handcart  Company 
High  Priest. 


JOHN  MIDDLETON 

Born  Oct.  25,  1841,  in  England.  Came  to 
Utah  Nov.  30,  1856,  Edward  Martin  Hand- 
cart Company.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


GEORGE  W.  MIDDLETON 
Son  of  John  Middleton  and  Jane  Withers. 
Born  Dec.   10,    1866,  Hamilton  Fort,  Utah. 
Alternate   High    Councilor.      Mayor   Cedar 
City,  Utah.      Physician  and  Surgeon. 


SAMUEL    WASHINGTON    ORME 
Born  July  4,  1832,  Mentor,  Ohio.    Came  to 
Utah    Nov.    30,    1856,   Capt.   Martin   Hand- 
cart   Company.      Sunday    School    Superin- 
tendent.     Mayor. 


SAMUEL  WASHINGTON  ORME,   JR. 
Son    of    Samuel    Washington    Orme    and 
Sarah  Cross.     Born  Sept.  19,  1858,  Tooele, 
Utah.       Bishop.       County     Commissioner. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOSEPH   CROSS  ORME 
Son     of    Samuel     Washington    Orme    and 
Sarah   Cross.      Born  Aug.   1,   1860,  Tooele, 
Utah.      Hlg>.    Councilman.      County    Com- 
missioner ;    City    Marshal. 


LAFAYETTE  OKMK 

Son  of  Samuel  Washington  Orme  and 
Sarah  Cross.  Born  March  14,  1872,  Tooele, 
Utah.  President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  Business 
Manager  Tooele  Milling  Co. 


THOMAS   PORRITT 

Born  Aug.  13,  1849,  Stockport,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  30,  1856,  Edward  Martin 
Handcart  Company. 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1856 


ROBERT   REEDBR 

Born  May  24,  1827,  Suffolk,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Nov.  9,  1856,  J.  G.  Willie  Hand- 
cart Company.  Participated  in  Echo  Can- 
yon Campaign  1858. 


RICHARD  COLLINGS 

Born  June  23,  1818,  Trim;,  Buckingham- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30,  1856, 
Martin  Handcart  Company.  Lived  at 
Sprinsville.  Utah. 


DAVID  COLLINGS 

Son  of  Richard  Collings  and  Emma  Law- 
rence. Born  April  19,  1853,  London,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1856.  State  Sheep  In- 
spector. Missionary  to  N.  W.  States. 


GEORGE  HARRISON 

Born  Aug.  24,  1841,  Manchester,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1856,  Martin  &  Tyler 
Handcart  Company.  High  Priest.  Black 
Hawk  Indian  War  Vet.  Hotel  Proprietor. 


WILLIAM  SEVERN 

Born  Oct.  4,  1836,  Hucknall  Torkard,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Dec.  1,  1856,  Martin  & 
Tyler  Handcart  Company.  Missionary  to 
South  Dakota  1887-90. 


HENRY   AUGUSTUS    SQUIRES 
Born  Feb.  22,  1825,  Hartford,  Eng.     Came 
to    Utah    Nov.    27,    1856,    Edward    Martin 
Company.     Seventy.     Merchant. 


WILLIAM  STIMPSON 

Born  June  15,  1821,  Hempstead,  Norfolk- 
shire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30,  185G, 
Edward  Martin  Company. 


FREDERICK    STIMPSON 
Son    of    William    Stimpson    and     Rebecca 
Loubbuck.      Born   June    15,    1852,    Hidling- 
ton,  Norfolk,  Eng.     Member  76th  Quorum 
Seventies. 


ISAAC  JOHN  WARDLE 
Born  June  14,   1835,   Ravenstone,   Leisces- 
tershire,  Eng.    Came  to  Utah  Nov.  30,  1856. 
Edward    Martin    Company.      High    Priest ; 
Missionary  to  England. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1856 


WILLIAM  H.  WARDLB 
Son    of    Isaac    J.    Wardle    anrl    Mary    Ann 
Ashton.      Born    April    5,    1869,    South    Jor- 
dan,   Utah.       District    Assessor.      Member 
Board  of  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  of  Teton. 


JOHN  WATK1NS 

Born  April  13,  1834,  Rainham,  England. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1856,  Capt.  Martin  Hand- 
cart Company.  Bishop  17  years.  Indian 
War  Veteran. 


EDWARD   WATKINS 

Son  of  John  Watkins  and  Margaret 
Akerst.  Born  Oct.  27,  1857,  Provo,  Utah. 
Missionary  to  England  1899-1901  ;  High 
Priest.  Farmer. 


FRANK   WATKINS 

Son  of  John  Watkins  and  Harriet  Steele. 
Born  Dec.  21,  1873,  Midway,  Utah.  Elder; 
Ward  Teacher.  Farmer ;  Merchant  and 
Butcher. 


THOMAS  D.   WRIGHT 

Born  Oct.  24,  1851.  Came  to  Utah  Nov. 
30,  1856,  Martin  &  Tyler  Handcart  Com- 
pany. Member  138th  Quorum  Seventies. 
Librarian  at  Cedar  City. 


DAVID  BOWEN 

Born  Aug.  11,  1823,  Llanelly,  South  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  in  December,  1856,  John  A. 
Hunt  Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


UKOUGK   FOSTER   BOWKN 
Son    of    David     Bowen    and    Jane    Foster. 
Born     March     20,     1849,     Llanelly,     South 
Wales.       Farmer    and    Stockraiser.       Con- 
stable. 


JAMES   EPHRAIM    STEELE 
Born    June    22,     1852,     Manchester,     Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  December,  1856.     Bishop 
of  lona  Ward  ;   President   lona  Mercantile 
Co.     State  Senator. 


NKIL  M.   STKWAKT 

Born  April  15,  1855,  Peoria,  111.  fame 
to  Utah  in  December,  1856,  Capt.  Hum 
Company.  High  Priest;  High  Councilor; 
President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. ;  Bishop. 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1856 


459 


WILLIAM  STEWART 

Born  March  15,  1826,  Edinburgh,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  in  December,  1856,  Capt. 
Hunt  Company.  Indian  War  Veteran. 
Worked  on  St.  George  Temple. 


JAMES  M.  STEWART 
Son    of    William    Stewart    and    Elizabeth 
Murdock.     Born  Sept.   22,  1851,  St.  Louis, 
Mo.      Came   to   Utah   In   December,    1856. 
High  Councilor.    Indian  War  Veteran. 


GEORGE  SINNETT 

Born  Oct.  9,  1816,  Angol,  Pembrokeshire, 
South  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  Dec.  10, 
1856,  William  B.  Hodgett  Company. 


WILLIAM   BOND 

Born  Feb.  17,  1817,  near  Manchester,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1856,  William  B.  Hodgett 
Company.  Farmer. 


JOHN  A.   JOST 

Born  Dec.  17,  1811,  Nova  Scotia.  Came 
to  Utah  Dec.  16,  1856,  Wooley  &  Atwood 
Company. 


SAMUEL  EDWARD  JOST 
Son    of    John    A.    Jost    and    Mary    Ann 
Zwicker.      Born   Dec.   1,   1844,    Lunenburg, 
Nova  Scotia.     Came  to  Utah  with  father. 


WILLIAM  AYRTON 

Born  Sept.  3,  1825,  Skipton,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1856,  Capt.  Stringham  Com- 
pany. Landscape  Gardener. 


DAVID  JAMES  AYRTON 
(Adopted  Son  of  William  Ayrton) 
Son  of  Victor  H.  James  and  Anne  Thomas. 
Born  Nov.  19,  1870,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 


JOSEPH  F.  BURTON 
Born  June  1,  1849.     Came  to  Utah  in  No- 
vember, 1856.     High  Priest ;  Ward  Teach- 
er.    Served  in   Black  Hawk  War.     Early 
settler,   Mt.   Pleasant,   Utah. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1856 


WILLIAM  L.  BURTOX 

Son    of    Joseph     F.     Burton    and    Nancy 

S?°™  ,, Boi?,   March   2,   1878,   Mt.   Pleas- 

?£&,  ^oah'.    Miss'onary  to  Southern  States 

1106-08  ;  Assistant  Sunday  School  Supt. 


GEORGE  BARDSLET 
Came  to  Utah   Sept.   29,   185(5. 


C.  W.   CARTER 
Related  to  R.   K.  Thomas. 


HERBERT  CHESLETT 
Related  to   R.    K.   Thomas. 


WILLIAM   DRIVER 

Pioneer  to  Ogden.     Wholesale  and  Retail 
DruKKist.     Capitalist. 


LUBURN  LIVONIA   FULLER 
Born  Dec.  9,  1841,  Nashville,  Iowa.    Came 
to  Utah  in  1856. 


PERRY  B.  FULLER 
Son  of  Luburn  Livonia  Fuller  and  Min- 
erva Brown.  Born  Nov.  23,  1876  Elk 
Rapids,  Iowa.  Came  to  Utah  in  1879. 
Bishop  Knightsville  Ward. 


JAMES   HENRY  HART 
Rom  June  21,  1825,  Hemingford,  Hunting- 
donshire,   Eng.      Came    to    Utah    in    1856. 
Bishop  Bloomington  Ward,  Idaho. 


CHARLES  HENRY  HART 
Son    of    James    Henry    Hart    and    Sabina 
.Schoib.      Born  July  5,   1866,    Bloomington, 
Idaho.      One   of  the    Seven   Presidents   of 
Seventies. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1856 


461 


DAVID  E.   HENDERSON 
Came  to  Utah  in  1856. 


EDWARD  G.  HORROCKS 
Born  1842  in  England.     Came  to  Utah   in 
1856.     Elder. 


GEORGE   F.   HOUSLEY 
Born    in    1836,    Button    Ashflekl,    Notting- 
hamshire,   Eng.      Came    to    Utah    in    1856. 


JOSEPH    (WEAVER)    JOHNSON 
Son    of    William    Weaver    and    Catherine 
Beck   Johnson.      Born   Feb.    28,    1856,    OK- 
den,  Utah.     Pres.  Circleville  Irrigation  Co. 


WILLIS    (WEAVER)    JOHNSON 
Son    of    William    Weaver    and    Catherine 
Beck  Johnson.     Born  Nov.  4,  1868,  Ogden, 
Utah.     State  Senator.     Merchant. 


EDWARD  JONES 

Born  March  10,  1832,  Ruthin  Denbigh, 
Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in  1856.  Elder. 
Blacksmith  and  Farmer. 


EDWARD   JONES,    JR. 
Son   of   Edward    Jones   and    Martha  Jack- 
son.     Born    Nov.    23,    1857,    Nephi,    Utah. 
High  Priest.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


ARTEMUS   MILLETT 

Born  June  15,  1836,  Kirtland,  Ohio.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1856.  Farmer  and  Fruit 
Grower. 


PAUL  ALMA  MILLETT 
Son   of  Artemus   Millett   and    Nancy   Jane 
Beal.     Born  Dec.  12,   1880,  Spring  Valley, 
Nev.     Came  to  Utah  in   May,  1900.    Bish- 
op's Counselor.  Farmer  and  Fruit  Grower. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1856 


GEORGE  AIUIR 

Son  of  James  Muir  and  Mary  Reid  Born 
Oct.  16,  1831,  in  Scotland.  Came  to  Utah 
in  1856,  Handcart  Company.  Seventy. 
Participated  in  Echo  Canyon  trouble. 


NIELS  BENT  NIELSEN 
Born  July  14,   1822,   Horsholm,   Frederiks- 
borg,   Denmark.      Came   to   Utah   in   1856. 
Drove  stakes  for  lines  of  Main  St.,  Hyrum 


NIELS  JOSEPH  NIELSEN 
Son   of   Niels    B.    Nielsen   and   Dortliea   M 
Jensen.      Born  May  3,   1859,  Weber  Coun- 
ty,   Utah.      Bishop   of   Hyrum    Sept.,    1901 


JOSEPH  A.  NIELSEN 


Son    of    Niels    Joseph    Nielsen    and    Nancy 
A.  Anderson.     Born  Nov.  12,  1883. 


THOMAS  ORD 

Born  May  5,  1826,  South  Shields,  Eng 
Came  to  Utah  in  1856.  High  Councilor 
Justice  of  Peace;  Lawyer;  Farmer. 


JOHN  W.   ORD 

Son  of  Thomas  Ord  and  Eleanor  Grant 
Born  Oct.  5,  1863,  Nephi,  Utah.  Member 
.1st  Quorum  Seventies;  High  Councilor. 
Farmer ;  Stockraiser. 


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THOMAS    PALMKR 
Born    Jan.    16,    1820,    Windsor,    Berkshire 

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JOHN  PARRY 

Father  of  the  wife  of  John  Q.  Adams  of 
Logan,  Utah.  Came  to  Utah  1856,  Hand- 
cart Company. 


ROBERT  POPE 

Born   June  16,   1828,   London,  Eng      Came 
to   Utah   in   1856   with  a  mule  team  com-  . 
pany.     Farmer. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 18.56 


463 


JOHN  POWELL 

Born  Oct.  31,  1822,  St.  Sepulchres  Parish, 
London,  Eng.     Came  to  Utah  in  1856. 


DAVID   PINKNEY  RAINEY 
Born    Feb.    1,    1815,    in    Tennessee.      Came 
to  Utah  in   1856.     Bishop  of  Salem  Ward, 
Utah.     Soldier. 


DAVID   WILLIAM   RAIXEY 
Son  of  David  P.  Rainey  and  Dorothy  Jane 
Dennis.      Born  Jan.   6,   1858,    Provo,   Utah. 


JAMES  SABEY 

Born  in  1834.  Came  to  Utah  in  1856, 
Handcart  Company.  Farmer  and  Sheep- 
raiser. 


JAMES  SABEY,  JR. 

Son  of  James  Sabey  and  Elizabeth  Mc- 
Collun.  Born  Jan.  20,  1872,  Charleston, 
Utah.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


SAMUEL  STAXWORTH 
Born  in  1836,   Lancashire,  Eng.     Came  to 
Utah    with   a   handcart   company.      Indian 
War  Veteran.     Machinist. 


SAMUEL   N.    STANWORTH 
Son    of    Samuel    and     Nancy    Stanworth. 
Born    March    21.    1864,    Duncan's    Retreat, 
Utah.      Worked    on    St.    George    Temple. 
Fa>~ane' 


ANDREW 
Oct.    13,    1832. 


WATSON 
Came    to    Utah 


Born 

November,  1856.  Missionary  to  Scotland 
1877-79  ;  High  Priest ;  Ordained  Patriarch 
by  Apostle  Reed  Smoot. 


ENOCH    ELDRIDGE  GURR 
Born   July   29,    1813,    Sussex,    Eng.      Came 
to    Utah    in    April,    1857.      High    Priest. 
Farmer. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 18.57 


JAMBS   JOHNSON,   JR. 
Son  of  James  Johnson,  who  came  to  Utah 
in    July,    1857,    and    Mary    Nielsen.      Born 
Nov.      20,      1859,      Brigham      City,      Utah. 
Counselor  in  Presidency  of  Oneida  Stake. 


JOSEPH  JOHNSON 

Son  of  James  Johnson,  Sr.,  and  Mary 
Nielsen.  Born  July  19,  1865,  Brigham 
City,  Utah.  Assistant  Sunday  School  Su- 
perintendent. Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


SAMUEL   BARNHURST 
Born  Aug.    24,   1827.     Came  to  Utah  Aug. 
7,    1857. 


SAMUEL   JAMES    BARNHURST 
Son  of  Samuel  Barnhurst  and  Anna  Marie 
Jensen.      Born   in   November,   1860.      Bish- 
op's Counselor. 


JAMES   JOHN   RICH 

Born  Oct.  17,  1817,  Middlefart,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  August,  1857,  James 
Brown  Company.  High  Priest.  Indian 
War  Veteran. 


HENRY   JOHN  RICH 

Son  of  James  John  Rich  and  Caroline 
Nielsen.  Born  Feb.  17,  1846,  Fyen,  Den- 
mark. Came  to  Utah  in  August,  1857. 
Elder.  Black  Hawk  War  Veteran. 


.JOHN  JAMES  RICH 

Son  of  Henry  John  Rich  and  Julia  A. 
.Inlander.  Born  April  26,  1871,  Monroe, 
Utah.  Counselor  in  Bishopric  of  Molen 
Ward.  Carpenter  and  Farmer. 


ADAM   SMITH 

Born  May  6,  1825,  Germany.  Came  to 
Utah  1857,  Capt.  Walker  Company.  High 
Priest.  Settled  at  Bountiful  1857.  Par- 
ticipated in  Echo  Canyon  War. 


JOSEPH  M.   SMITH 

Son  of  Adam  Smith  and  Melissa  Hemlry. 
Born  July  17,  1855,  Iowa.  Member  62d 
Quorum  Seventies  ;  High  Councilor  ;  Tem- 
ple Offlciator. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1857 


JOSEPH  ESTLE  SMITH 
Son    of    Joseph    M.    Smith    and    Josephine 
Anderson.     Born  Oct.  12,  1879. 


JOHN  WHEELER 

Born  Sept.  13,  1804,  Gravely,  Cambridge- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  6,  1857, 
William  Walker  Company. 


WILLIAM  WHEELER 

Son  of  John  Wheeler  and   Elizabeth  Gill- 
ings.      Born    Sept.    4,    1842,   Gravely.    Eng. 


ELIAS  CRANE 

Born  Nov.  29,  1829,  Dunton  Bassett,  Lei- 
cestershire, Ene;.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9, 
1857,  Israel  Evans  Handcart  Company. 
Indian  War  Veteran.  Bishop's  Counselor. 


ELIAS  WILLIAM  CRANE 
Son  of  Ellas  Crane  and    Elizabeth   Smith. 
Born  Feb.  19,  1859,  Sprinsrville,  Utah.    Jus- 
tice    of     Peace ;      County     Commissioner. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


ROBERT  LEEMING  FISHBURN 
Born   Nov.   5,   1834,   St.   Ives,  Huntingdon- 
shire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  11,  1857, 
Israel    Evans    Handcart    Company.      High 
Priest. 


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EVAN    S.    AlcKGAN 

Born    Nov.    29,    1833,    Lnysymond,    Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  11,  1857,  Israel  Evans 
Handcart   Company.      High    Priest;    High- 
Councilor. 

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WILLIAM   R.   MORGAN 
Son    of    Evan    S.    Morgan    and    Margaret 
Roberts.     Born  July  27,  1870,  Liberty,  Ida- 
ho.    Bishop  of  Liberty   Ward. 


THOMAS  GIBBONS 

Born  Pec.  25,  1820,  Collorne,  Somerset- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  11,  1857, 
Israel  Evans  Company.  County  Commis- 
sioner. High  Priest. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1857 


THOJIAS  GIBBON'S,  JR. 
Son  of  Thomas  Gibbons  and  Sarah  Eliza- 
beth   Lark.      Born    Dec.    11,    I860,    Sugar 
House,  Utah.     Farmer. 


EDWARD  LUNT 
Born  July  10,  1815,  Walsall,  Staffordshire 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1857,  Israe 
Evans  Handcart  Company. 


ALFRED  LUNT 

Son  of  Alfred  Edward  Lunt  and  Harriot 
Wood.  Born  Sept.  27,  1845,  Willenhall 
Staffordshire,  Eng.  Seventy:  High  Priest' 
Farmer. 


JOHN  THEURER 

Born  Sept.  1,  1837,  Switzerland.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  12,  1857,  Israel  Evans  Hand- 
cart Company.  Settled  at  Providence, 
Utah,  1859. 


GEORGE  WAYLETTE 
Born  June  7,  1830,  Essex,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  11,  1857,  Israel  Evans  Hand- 
cart Company.  Assisted  in  bringing  immi- 
grants to  Utah. 


GEORGE  C.   WAYLETTE 
Son    of   George   Waylette    and    Martha    A. 
King.     Born  Dec.  7,  1863. 


DAVID  ADAMS 

Born     July     14,     1828,     Buckinghamshire, 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1857,  Jesse 

Hleh  Priest:  Mera- 


RICHARD  THORNTON  BOOTH 
Born  Aug.  21.  1822,  Turton,  near  Bolton 
Lancashire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept  12, 
1857,  Jesse  B,  Martin  Company. 


JOHN  EDGE  BOOTH 

Son  of  Richard  Thornton  Booth  and  Elsie 
Edge.  Born  June  29,  1847,  Bradshaw 
Gate,  Bradfordleigh.  Lancashire,  Ens. 
•Judge  4th  Judicial  District,  *• 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 1857 


467 


ALFRED   LEWIS   BOOTH 
Son  of  Richard  Thornton  Booth  and  Elsie 
Edge.     Born  June  17,  1864,  Alpine,  Utah. 
Bishop    4th   Ward    Provo.      City  Attorney. 


HEXRY  ALDOUS  DIXON 
Born  March  14,  1835,  Grahamstown,  Cape 
Colony,  South  Africa.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
12,  1857,  Jesse  B.  Martin  Company.     Mem- 
ber 45th  Quorum  Seventies. 


JOHN  DE  GREY  DIXON 
Son  of  Henry  Aldous  Dixon  and  Sarah  De 
Grey.     Born  July  16,  1867,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Member  High  Council.     Banker. 


HAMILTON  MORRISON  GARRICK 
Born    Nov.    29,   1834,   Gallowayshire,   Scot- 
land.    Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1857,  Jesse 
B.   Martin   Company.      Pres.   48th  Quorum 
Seventies. 


EDWARD  HORROCKS 

Born  1806,  Bolton,  Lancashire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1857,  Jesse  B.  Martin 
Company. 


SAMUEL  HORROCKS 

Son  of  Edward  Horrocks  and  Alice  Housh- 
ton.  Born  July  7,  1834,  Macclesfield,  Che- 
shire, Eng.  Established  firm  of  Horrocks 
Bros. 


ALLAN  McQITARRIE 

Born  Oct.  22,  1800,  Kildalton,  Ayrleshire, 
Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1857, 
Jesse  B.  Martin  Company.  High  Priest. 


ROBERT   McQUARRIE 
Born     Aug.     17,     1832,     North     Knapdale, 
Ayrshire,       Scotland.       Bishop.       Council- 
man of  Ogden.     County   Commissioner  of 
Weber  County. 


JOHN  PIMM 

Born  Sept.  13,  1815,  Ballatore,  Ireland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1857,  Jesse  B. 
Martin  Company.  Seventy ;  Tithing  Clerk. 
Postmaster.  Sexton. 


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PIONEERS   AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 18.57 


SETH   AUSTIN   PIMM 

Son  of  Jolm  Pimm  ami  Sarah  Tabberer. 
Born  Juno  23,  1842.  County  Clerk  and 
Recorder  at  St.  George.  School  Teacher. 


JOB   PINGREE,  JR. 

Son  of  Job  Pingree,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  12,  1857.  Jesse  B.  Martin  Company. 
Merchant  at  Ogden,  Utah. 


JOHN  PINGREE 

Son  of  Job  Pingree,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  12,  1857,  Jesse  B.  Martin  Company. 
Cashier  First  National  Bank,  Ogden,  Utah. 
An  associate  of  David  Kccles. 


FRANKLIN   PINGREE 
Son    of   Job    Pingree   and    Esther    Hooper. 
Born  July  15,   1880,  Os;den,  Utah.     Mayor 
of  Coalville,  Utah.     Banker. 


EPHRA1M   SWANN 

Born  May  24,  1824,  Fenbury,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  1857,  Jesse  B.  Martin  Company. 
Settled  at  Ogden. 


EDWARD  W.   SWANN 

Son  of  Ephraim  Swann  and  Fanny  Jones. 
Born  Oct.  15,  1863,  Milton,  Morgan  Co., 
Utah.  Missionary  to  England.  Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


THOMAS   R.   G.   WELCH 
Born    July    10.     1835,     Shepton,    Mabbett, 
Somersetshire,   Kng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
12,    1857.      Member   Nauvoo  Legion.      City 
Recorder,  Morgan,  Utah. 


JENS  JE.NSEN 

Born  March  22,  1829,  Sundstrup,  Sjelland, 
Denmark.  Came  to  Utah  September,  1857, 
Mathias  Cowley  Company.  Elder.  Farmer. 


JAMKS  .1KNSEN 

Son  of  Jens  Jensen  and  Hannah  Hansen. 
Born  Dec.  17,  1853.  Sundstrup,  Denmark.- 
Member  first  Irrigation  Congress  in  Utah. 
City  Councilman.  Farmer. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF   UTAH— 1857 


409 


CHKISTEN   C.   LEE 

Born  Oct.  20,  1833,  Aabentorp,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13.  1857,  Mathias  Cow- 
ley  Company.  Farmer ;  .Merchant. 


FRANCIS  CHRISTEN  LEE 
Son  of  Christen  C.  I-.ee  and  Sophia  Karen 
Madsen.      Born    Nov.    11,    1865,    Brigham 
City,  Utah.     Sunday  School  Teacher. 


OLE   N.   LILJEXQUIST 
Born    Sept.    23,    1825,    Isnaberga,    Sweden. 
Came    to    Utah    Sept.    13,    1857,    Mathias 
Oowley  Company.     Bishop  of  Hyrum  Ward. 
Mayor  of  Hyrum. 


HAROLD  F.  LILJENQUIST 
Son  of  Ole  N.  Liljenquist  and  Christine  H. 
Jacobson.     Born  Jan.  19,  1857,  Copenhagen, 
Denmark.      Bishop    Hyrum    Ward  ;    Presi- 
dent Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


NICOLAI   SORENSEN 

Born  June  23,  1799,  Fjenneslov,  Soro  Ami. 
Denmark.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1857, 
Mathias  Cowley  Company.  Settler  of  Mill 
Creek,  Utah. 


PETER  SORENSEN 

Son  of  Nicolai  Sorensen  and  Malena  Olsen. 
Born  Oct.  10,  1832,  Haugerup,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1857,  Mathias 
Cowley  Company. 


PETER   ANDREW   SORENSEN 
Son  of  Peter  Sorensen  and   Rikke  Ander- 
son.     Born  Sept.   12,   1858.     Missionary  to 
Norway  1899-1901  ;  High  Councilor.    Mayor 
of  Mendon. 


ISAAC  SORENSEN 

Son  of  Nicolai  Sorensen  and  Malene  Olsen. 
Born  Feb.  24,  1840.  Missionary  to  Den- 
mark 1879-81  :  Sunday  School  Superinten- 
dent. City  Councilman. 


JENS  CHRISTIAN   ANDERSON 
Rorn    May    6,    1821,    HjorrinK    Amt,    Den- 
mark.   Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1857,  Chris- 
tian Christiansen  Handcart  Company. 


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PIONEERS   AND  PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1857 


JACOB   SANDER   BASTIAN 
Son  of  Jacob  Bastian,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.      13,     1857,     Christian     Christiansen 
Handcart    Company,    and    Johanne    Marie 
Sander.     Born  Sept.   12,   1858,  Lehi,  Utah. 


GEARSEN   S.    BASTIAN 
Son  of  Jacob  Bastian  and  Johanne  Marie 
Sander.     Born  July  1,  1860,  Moroni,  Utah. 
President  Wayne  Stake   1906-10.     Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


LARS   CHRISTIAN    CHRISTIANSEN 
Born   Jan.    30,    1832,   Gleensholt,    Sjelland, 
Denmark.      Came  to  Utah   Sept.   13,    1857. 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


SIMON    PETER  EGGERTSEN 
Born  Feb.  7,  1826,  Fyen,  Denmark.     Came 
to    Utah    Sept.    13,    1857,    Christian    Chris- 
tiansen Company.     Seventy. 


SIMON  PETER  EGGERTSEN,   JR. 
Son  of  Simon  Peter  EsKertsen  and  Johanne 
Thompson.      Born    Sept.    15,    1860,    Provo, 
Utah.     Bishop. 


PETER  NELS  GARFF 
Born  Feb.   17,   1843,  Serslov,  Holbek  Amt, 
Denmark.      Came   to    Utah    October,    1857, 
Christiansen    Handcart    Company.       Pres. 
73d  Quorum  Seventies. 


CHRISTOPHER  GARFF 
Came  to  Utah  October,  1857,  Christiansen 
Handcart  Company. 


JENS  GOTFREDSON 
Came  to  Utah  In  1857. 


WILLIAM  GREEN 

Born  March,  1803,  Shelford,  Nottingham- 
shire, Ens.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1857, 
Christiansen  Handcart  Company. 


PIONEERS   AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1857 


471 


JOHN   GREEN 

Son  of  William  Green  and  Harriet  Hulet. 
Born  May  12,  1835,  Lambly,  Nottingham- 
shire, Eng.  Served  in  Echo  Canyon  and 
Black  Hawk  Indian  Wars. 


CHRISTEN  HANSEN 

Born  Jan.  11,  1819,  Senglose,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1857.  High  Priest.  Farm- 
er ;  Shoemaker.  Lived  at  American  Fork 


MARTIN  HANSEN 

High  Priest ;  Member  American  Fork  4th 
Ward  Bishopric  ten  years  ;  Ward  and  Sun- 
day School  Teacher.  Farmer  and  Fruit 
Grower. 


JOHN  HEDER 

Came  to  Utah  1857,  Christian  Christiansen 
Handcart  Company. 


LARS  JACOBSEN 

Born  Oct.  26,  1833,  Denmark.  Came  to 
Utah  September,  1857,  Christiansen  Hand- 
cart Company.  Member  70th  Quorum 
Seventies. 


LARS  JACOBSEN,  JR. 

Born  March,  1859,  Lake  View,  Utah.  High 
Priest ;  Counselor  in  Elders  Quorum  ;  Ward 
Teacher.  Farmer.  Resides  at  Lake  View, 
Utah. 


JENS  JENSON 

Born  Feb.  12,  1829,  Fjelsted,  Sweden. 
Came  to  Utah  1857,  Handcart  Company. 
High  Priest ;  Ward  Teacher.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  HENRY  JENSON 
Son   of  Jens   Jenson   and   Celia  Anderson. 
Born  Aug.   23,   1867,   Round  Valley,   Utah. 
Bishop    Monroe    North    Ward.       President 
Monroe  Town  Board. 


GLAUS  HERMAN  KARLSON 
Born  Sept.   26,  1849.     Came  to  Utah  1857, 
Christiansen    Handcart    Company.       Mis- 
sionary to  Sweden.     Chairman  of  Parker 
Village  Board. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1857 


ANDREW  LARSEN 

Born  Jan.   26,    1819.      Came  to  Utah  Sept 
13,    1857.      Ward  Teacher.     Merchant. 


CHRISTIAN  HANS  MOXSON 
Born    June    16,    1837,    Frederickstad,    Nor- 
way.     Came    to    Utah    in    1857.      Senior 
President    39th    Quorum    Seventies       Pio- 
neer Builder  and  Lumberman. 


EZRA  PETER  MONSON 
Son  of  Christian  H.  Monson  and  Ella  Jen- 
eP''  2°'  1874>  Ricnmoni!'  utah- 


FREDRICK  OLSEN 
in  Denmark.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13, 
1857.      Bishop;    Patriarch.      Black    Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran.     Farmer. 


OLE  OLSEN 

Son  of  Fredrick  Olsen  and  Mary  Justison 
Born  Jan.  19,  1849,  Denmark.  High  Priest' 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran.  Farmer 
and  Stockraiser. 


O.   K.   SALISBURY 

Born  Nov.  17,  1836,  Sonasslof,  Sweden 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1857,  Christiansen 
Handcart  Company.  Seventy.  Farmer 


HANS   SORENSON  SCIIOW 
Born   Sept.    22.   1825,   Vandrup,    Ribe  Amt 
Denmark.      Came   to   Utah    Sept       3?  1867! 
Christiansen  Handcart   Company. 


PETER  HANSON   SORKNSEN 
Born  AUK    14,   1809,    Bornholm,   Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1857. 


CHARLES  WILLIAMS 
Born  Sept.  1,   1831,  Sutton,  Herefordshire 
Enp.      Came  to   Utah   Sept.   26,   1857    Wil- 
liam G.  Young  Company.     High  Priest 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF   UTAH— 18.57 


473 


THOMAS  JAMKS    WILLIAMS 
Son    of    Charles    Williams    and    Margaret 
Sant.     Born  April  12,  1876,  Clifton,  Idaho. 
Elder.       Constable.       Farmer    and     Stock- 
raiser. 


JOHN  STILLEY  CARPENTER 
Born     Feb.     11,     1849,     Centerv  ille,     New 
Castle  Co.,  Del.    Came  to  Utah  1857,  Jacob 
Hofflnes  Company.     Bishop  Glendale  Ward. 


MARTIX   LKXZI 

Born  Oct.  19,  1S1.1.  Walbac-h,  Rheinfel- 
den,  Canton.  Aarprau,  Switzerland.  Came 
to  I'tah  1857,  Jacob  Hoffines  Company. 
HUh  Priest. 


JAMES  STEVENSON 

Born  July  26,  1815,  England.  Came  to 
I'tah  October,  1857,  Gapt.  Hofflnes  Com- 
pany. High  Priest.  Guard  in  Black  Hawk 
Indian  War.  Tailor. 


JOHN  CHARLES   STEVENSON 
Son     of     James     Stevenson     and     Martha 
Charles. 


HENRY    WILLIAM    HALES 
Born  Aug.  7.   1821>,   Kainhan\  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  September,  1857.     Bishop's  Coun- 
selor ;    Patriarch.      County   Road   Commis- 
sioner. 


STEPHEN  ALEXANDER  HALES 
Born  Feb.  22,  1851,  Appanoose,  111.     Family 
Home  Riverside,  Utah. 


HENRY  WILLIAM   HALES,   JR. 
Born    Dec.    23,    1857,    Cedar    Fort,    Utah. 
City  Councilman  Park  City.     County  Com- 
missioner Wasatch  County.     Teamster. 


ALVA   BUTLKU 

Son  of  Samuel  Butler  and  Hannah  Barker. 
Born  Jan.  13.  1845,  Randolph  County,  Ind. 
Bishop  Granite  and  Butler  Wards. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1857 


ALVA  J.   BUTLER 

Son  of  Alva  Butler,  who  came  to  Utah 
September,  1857,  and  Jane  B.  Labrum. 
Born  AUK.  26,  1869,  South  Cottonwood, 
Utah.  Alternate  HiKh  Councilor. 


WILLIAM  W.   BUTLER 
Son  of  Samuel  Butler,  who  came  to  Utah 
September,  1857.     Bishop  Butler  Ward. 


NELS  AUGUST  NELSON 
Son   of  John   Nelson,   who   came  to   Utah 
Oct.    18,    1864,   William   B.   Preston   Com- 
pany, and  Annetta  Benson.     Born  May  8, 
1857,  Eringa,  Halland  Lan,  Sweden. 


AUGUST  LEVI  NELSON 
Son    of    Nels   August   Nelson    and    Fidelia 
Ellen  Koffoed.     Born  April  27,  1885. 


JOSEPH  HARRIS  RIDGES 
Born    April    27,    1827,    Tottenham,    Hamp- 
shire,   Eng.       Came    to    Utah    September, 
1857,   Charles  C.   Rich    Company.     Builder 
of  the  Tabernacle  Organ.     Hish  Priest. 


JOHN  WILLIAM  SNELL 
Born  March  2,  1842,  Hancock  County,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1857,  James  H. 
Hart     Company.       Member     8th     Quorum 
Elders.     Salt  Refiner.     Merchant. 


JOHN    WILLIAM   SNELL,   JR. 
Son   of  John   William    Snell   and   Luemma 
E.  Laub.     Born  1866,  Salt  Lake  City.     Re- 
sided at  Salt  Lake  City. 


HENRY  DAVID  DALL 
Born  April  22,  1820,  Wimpole,  Cambridge- 
shire, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  October,  1857, 
Independent  Company.     Pres.  Bishopstaf- 
ford  Branch,  England. 


HENRY   DAVID   DALL,   JR. 
Son  of  Henry  David  Dall  and  Rebecca  Ca- 
rier.     Born  Dec.  13,  1839,  Cambridgeshire. 
Eng.    Came  to  Utah  with  father.    Bishop's 
Coimselor. 


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GEORGE  ROBERTS 

Born  Sept.  21,  1833,  London,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  December,  1857.  School  Teacher. 
Ward  Clerk.  Farmer. 


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ADAM   CHAUWICK 

Son  of  Joseph  Chadwick,  who  came  to  Utah 
1857,  John  Smith  Company,  and  Mary 
Whitehead.  Seventy.  Farmer. 


JOSEPH  A.   CHADWICK 
Son   of   Adam   Chadwick  and    Eliza   Fluit. 
Born  Dec.   4,   1887,  Whitney,  Idaho.      Sev- 
enty;   Missionary   to  Central   States   1907- 
1909.      Farmer. 


MICHAEL  CLARK 

Born  June  12,  1832,  Chumsford,  Essex, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1857.  Ward  Teach- 
er. Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


DAVID  CLARK 

Son  of  Michael  Clark  and  Eliza  Smuin. 
Born  March  6,  1866,  Salt  Lake  City.  Sev- 
enty. Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN   BARLOW 

Born  Aug.  3,  1838,  Manchester,  Ens.  Came 
to  Utah  1857,  Oxteam  Company.  Elder; 
Ward  Teacher.  Early  Settler  of  Cedar 
Valley. 


HANS  ULRICH  BRYNER 
Born  March  30,  1806,  Bosserdorf,  Switzer- 
land.   Came  to  Utah  1857,  Edward  Hunter 
Company.     Pioneer  of  Dixie. 


HANS  ULRICH  BRYNER,  JR. 
Son   of   Hans   Ulrich   Bryner  and   Verena 
Wintsch.       Born    April    29,    1827,    Zurich, 
Switzerland.     High  Priest. 


ALBERT  BRYNER 

Son  of  Hans  Ulrich  Bryner,  Jr.,  and  Marie 
Mathis.  Born  Feb.  5,  1863,  St.  George, 
Utah.  Bishop  Price  Ward. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1857 


THOMAS  FEATHERSTONE 
Born   Sept.   15,   1834,  KeRworth,  Leicester- 
shire,   Eng.      Came    to    Utah    September, 
1857.     High  Priest. 


EBER  COLDER 

Came  to  Utah  1857,  Captain  Babbit  Com- 
pany. 


ALBERT   ISHMAEL  COLDER 
Son    of    Eber    Colder    anil    Viola    Shippee. 
Born    June    15,    1870,    Iowa.      Resides    at 
Rexburg,   Idaho. 


E.   M.   .IANNEY 

Son  of  Thomas  A.  .Tanney.  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1857,  and  Mary  Anna  Whittaker. 
Born  July  21,  1860,  Salt  Lake  City.  City 
Marshal.  Turnkey  at  State  Penitentiary. 


CHRISTIAN  JEPPESEN 
Born   Oct.    6,    1817.      Came   to   Utah    1857, 
Capt.    Neslen    Company.      Ward    Teacher. 
Sailor  :    Farmer  ;    Stockraiser.      Resided  at 
Provo,  Utah. 


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CHRISTIAN  JEPPESEN,  JR. 
Son   of   Christian   .leppesen   and   Hansena 
Nielson.     Born  Jan.  22,  1868.    Ward  Teach- 
er :  Asst.  Sunday  School  Supt.,  Lake  View. 
Farmer. 


JOHN    Mcl'HKYSTAL 
Born  July  14,  1834,  Belfast,  Ireland, 
to  Utah  in  1857.     Mining  Man. 


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MATTHEW  McCUNE 

Born  July  23,  1811,  Douglas.  Isle  of  Man. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  21,  1857,  Delaware 
Company. 


HENRY   F.  McCUNE 

Born  May  31,  1840,  Calcutta,  India.  Mis- 
sionary to  East  Indies  and  New  Zealand. 
Pioneer  of  Nephi,  Utah,  1851.  Capitalist. 


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SAMUEL  CROWTHER  MITTON 
Born    May    27,    1835,    Halifax,    Yorkshire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  in  1857. 


SAMUEL  BAILEY  MITTON 
Born    March   21,   1863,   Wellsville,  Utah. 


JONATHAN  BLACKMORE   PRATT 
Born    Jan.     18,     1807.     Greenville,     Tenn. 
Came  to  Utah   in    1857.      Early  Settler  in 
Dixie. 


WILLIAM   H.    PRATT 

Born  May  8,  18-14.     First  Bishop  of  Hinck- 
ley  Ward,  Millarcl  Stake. 


WILLIAM   F.    PRATT 

Born  April  27,  1867,  Duncan's  Retreat, 
Utah.  Bishop  Hinckley  Ward,  Millanl 
Stake. 


JOHN  HENRY  READER 
Son   of  James   Reader  and   Honor  Welch. 
Born    Jan.    2,    1855,    Alton,    111.      Came    to 
Utah  in  1857.    Elder.    Postmaster.    Banker; 
Stockman  and  Apiarist. 


JOHN  JOSEPH  RHODES 
Son  of 'Thomas  Rhodes,  who  came  to  Utah 
about   1857,   and    Cecelia   Johnson   of  Wa- 
satch  County.      Born  March  5,  1863,  Rhodes 
Valley,  Utah. 


GEORGE   ROBB 

Son  of  William  Robb,  who  came  to  Utah 
in  1857,  and  Ellen  Bell.  Born  Sept.  23, 
1857,  Sydney,  New  South  Wales,  Aus- 
tralia. Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


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RUEL  MILLS  ROGEKS 
Born  Jan.    19,   1835,  New  York.     Came  to 
Utah  1857,  Handcart  Company.  Physician. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1857 


JOHN  K.   TRUMBO 

Born  Nov.  14,  1821,  Bath  County,  Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  1857,  John  Reese  Company. 
Auctioneer.  Resided  at  Salt  Lake  City. 


JOSEPH    FOREMAN 

Father  of  the  wife  of  Harry  Horsley  of 
Salt  Lake  City.  Came  to  Utah  September, 
1857,  Captain  Hoffine  Company. 


JOSEPH  M.  WATSON 

Born  July  7,  1840,  ByUlon,  Northumber- 
land, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1857.  City 
Councilman  two  years.  Contractor  and 
Builder. 


JAMES  MONTGOMERY  WHITMORE 
Born    September,    1822,   Tennessee.      Came 
to   Utah    1857,   Homer   Duncan   Company. 
Seventy. 


JAMES    MONTGOMERY    WHITMORE 
Son  of  James  Montgomery  Whitmore  and 
Mary  Elizabeth  Carter.    Born  June  5,  1855, 
Waxahachie,   Texas.    Pres.   First  National 
Bank.   Price,   Utah. 


MATTHEW   CULLEN 

Born  July  17,  1840,  County  Carlow,  Ire- 
land. Came  to  Utah  in  1857  ;  to  Salt  Lake 
City  January,  1858,  with  Johnston's  Army. 
Capitalist. 


LKl'KELET  J.   HOPKINS 
Father  of   the   wife  of  John   S.   Carpenter 
of   Glemlali-,    Utah.      Came   to   Utah    1858, 
Johnston's  Army. 


PHILETUS  JONES 

Son  of  Charles  H.  Jones,  who  came  to  Utah 
1857,  Johnston's  Army,  and  Viola  M.  Rus- 
sell. Born  Jan.  13,  1875,  Grafton,  Utah. 
Member  21st  Quorum  Seventies.  Farmer. 


ANDREW  OVERLAID 

Came  to  Utah  before  1857.     Black   Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


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ANDREW  ANDERSEN 
Son    of    Jorgen    Christian    Andersen    ami 
Anne  Petersen.  Born  Sept.  18,  1833,  Brom- 
me,   Soro  Amt,  Denmark.     Came  to  Utah 
1858,  R.  K.  Homer  Company. 


HENRY   F.   BAKER 

Son  of  William  Baker  and  Francis  Friend. 
Born  Nov.  20,  1867,  Minersville,  Utah. 
Missionary  to  England ;  High  Priest ; 
Counselor  and  Bishop. 


JOHN   BALLS 

Born  Oct.  13,  1825,  Chediston,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  2,  1868,  Simpson  Molen  Com- 
pany. High  Priest.  Farmer  and  Stock- 
raiser, 


WILLIAM  BALLS 

Son  of 'John  Balls  and  Sarah  Baxter.  Born 
Feb.  Iff,  1849,  Suffolk,  Vng.  High  Priest. 
Farmer  and  Sheepraiser. 


JOSEPH   BODELL 

Born  June  12,  1840,  Breaston,  Derbyshire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  June  21,  1858. 
enty.     Butcher ;  Farmer. 


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JOSEPH   SAMUEL   HENRY  BODELL 
Son    of    Joseph    Bodell    and    Emma    Jane 
Farmer.      Born  Aug.    23,    1863,   Herrlman, 
Utah.     Bishop's  Counselor.     Merchant  and 
Farmer. 


JOSEPH  SAMUEL  BODELL 
Son  of  Joseph  Samuel  Henry  Bodell  and 
Sarah  L.  Howard.     Born  April  6,  1892. 


THOMAS  BULT 

Came  to   Utah   1858,   Horace   S.   Eldredge 
Company. 


RICHARD  DYE 

Born  Jan.  2,  1832,  Hertford,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  20,  1858,  Iver  N.  Iverson 
Company.  Seventy.  Justice  of  Peace. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1858 


SAMUEL  G.   DYE 

Son  of  Richard  Dye  anrl  Mary  Peek  Born 
Oct.  10,  1876,  RiverOale,  Utah.  Bishop's 
Counselor.  County  Clerk. 


JEFFERSON   EASTilOXD 
Son    of    Klbert    Eastmoml    and    Elizabeth 
Brown.     Born  in  Great  Kills,  N.  Y.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1858.     Architect. 


ISAAC  R.   GOODWIN 

Born  June  18,  1810,  North  Hartford,  Conn. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1858.     High  Priest. 


ISAAC  H.  GOODWIN 

Son  of  Isaac  R.  Goodwin  and  Laura  Hotch- 
kiss.  Born  Aug.  25,  1834,  Hartford,  Conn. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father.  Elder.  Mer- 
chant ;  Farmer. 


ISAAC  SMITH  GOODWIN 
Son  of   Isaac  H.  Goodwin  and  Betsey  Smith. 
Born    Feb.    8,    1861,    Lehi,    Utah.      Elder 
Farmer;  Carpenter. 


JOSEPH   RAYNER  HOOTON* 
Born  May  21,  1851,  Philadelphia,  Pa     Came 
to  Utah    1858,   Captains  Smith  and  Amies 
Company.    Postmaster  twelve  years.    Road 
Supervisor, 


WII.I.AKH  TTOGAN  KOFFORD 
«»"    «f    \\'iHanl    Kofford.      Born   May   24, 
1858,  Bornholm,  Denmark. 


GEORGE  McBEMUS 

Came  to  Utah  in  1858.     Pioneer  to  Gunni- 
son,   Utah. 


WILLIAM  MOYES 
Came   to   Utah   February,   1858,   San   Ber- 


nardino Company. 


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PETER  OSTENSEN 

Born  in  Norway.     Came  to  Utah  in  1858. 
Seventy.     Farmer. 


JENS  OTTOSEN 

Born  June  20,  1813,  Bedster,  Woognfil 
Parish,  Aalborg  Amt,  Denmark.  Came 
to  Utah  September,  1858. 


MORGAN  POWELL 

Came    to    Utah    1858,    Frederick    Bussarcl 
Independent  Company. 


WILLIAM  BOWKER  PRESTON 
Born  Nov.  24,  1830,  near  Stauoton,  Augus- 
ta Co.,   Va.     Came  to  Utah  Jan.   1,   1858, 
Henry  G.  Boyle  Company.     First  Bishop  of 
Logan.      Presiding   Bishop. 


WILLIAM  BOWKER  PRESTON,  JR. 
Son  of  William  Bowker  Preston  and  Har- 
riet   Ann   Thatcher.      Born  Aug.    25,    1864, 
Logan,     Utah.       Seventy;     Missionary     to 
Germany.     Merchant. 


WILLIAM  BOWKER  PRESTON  III. 
Son  of  William   Bowker  Preston,   Jr.,  and 
Katherine  Dollinger  Pyper.     Born  Aug.  2, 
1886,    Logan,    Utah.      Missionary    to    Ger- 
many  1906-1909.      Physician. 


DANIEL  STARK 

Born  June  29,  1820,  Boston,  Mass.  Came 
to  Utah  1858,  Joseph  Mathews  Company. 
Bishop.  City  and  County  Surveyor  in  Pay- 
son  and  Utah  County.  Farmer. 

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JOHN  DANIEL  STARK 
Son  of  Daniel  Stark  and  Ann  Cooke.    Born 
Sept.    18,    1845,    Boston,    Mass.      Came    to 
Utah     1858,     Joseph     Mathews    Company. 
Sunday  School  Teacher.      Merchant. 


WILLIAM   D.   STARTUP 
Born  Sept.  8,  1846,  Widcombe,  Eng.    Came 
to  Utah  October,  1868.     Elder.     Merchant. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1858 


KNUD  SWENSEN 

Born  April  11,  1827,  Weiby,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  July  10,  1858,  Horace  Eld- 
redge  Company.  Bishop  at  Pleasant  Grove. 
City  Councilman.  Farmer. 


JOHN  CANUTE  SWENSON 
Son   of   Knud    Swensen   and   Annie   Peter- 
sen.     Born  Feb.   4,   1869,  Pleasant  Grove, 
Utah.      High    Priest.      Professor    Brigham 
Young  University. 


BEARNT  FREDERICK  THORNBURG 
Born  Dec.    28,   1831,  Falkastra,  Christian- 
stad,  Sweden.  Came  to  Utah  Nov.  28,  1858. 
Drove  a  team  for  United  States  Govern- 
ment from  Ft.  Leavenworth  to  Salt  Lake. 


EDWIN  TWITCHELL 

Son  of  Kphraim  Twitchell,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1858,  and  Malissa  Knight.  Born 
May  23,  1836,  McDownard  County,  111. 


EBENEZER  RUSSEL  YOUNG 
Born  Nov.  14,  1814,  Richmond,  N.  Y.     Came 
to  Utah  Oct.   1,   1858,   E.  R.   Young  Com- 
pany.    Lumberman  ;  Merchant. 


ROBERT  YOUNG 

Son  of  Ebenezer  Russel  Young  and  Mar- 
garet Holden.  Born  June  25,  1851,  Pater- 
son,  N.  J.  Came  to  Utah  with  father. 
Railroad  Contractor. 


WILLIAM  HOPKINS  ANDERSON 
Born  Feb.  14,  1835,  Florence,  Washington 
Co.,    Pa.      Came   to   Utah   July    16,    1869, 
Alfred  Randall  Company.     Bishop's  Coun- 
selor,    Postmaster  at  Portage,  Utah. 


ANDREW  J.  JOHNSON 
Born  June  14,  1827,  Asige,  Halland,  Swe- 
den.   Came  to  Utah  1859,  Captain  Rawlins 
Company.     Farmer. 


SAMUEL  JOHNSON 

Son  of  Andrew  J.  Johnson  and  Elna  Petro- 
nela  Pehrson.  Born  March  30,  1869, 
Tooele,  Utah.  Tooele  County  Treasurer, 
Farmer. 


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WARNER  HOOPES 

Came  to  Utah  Aug.  2,  1859,  Harlow  Red- 
field  Company. 


ALBERT  C.  LYON 

Born  Sept.  15,  1832,  Lunenburg,  Vt.  Came 
to  Utah  Aug.  17,  1859,  Harlow  Redfield 
Company.  Elder.  Farmer. 


ANDREW  ANDERSON 
Born  March  29,  1823,  Skogardshus,  Gnarp, 
Sweden.      Came    to   Utah   Aug.    29,    1859, 
Capt.  James   S.   Brown  Company.      Indian 
War  Veteran.     Merchant ;  Farmer. 


LEWIS  ANDERSON 

Son  of  Andrew  Anderson  and  Anna  C. 
Olson.  Born  Oct.  24,  1850,  Hickeberg, 
Sweden.  President  South  San  Pete  Stake 
and  of  Manti  Temple. 


GEORGE  LIONEL  FARRELL 
Born  Feb.   16,   1829,  Hewelsfleld,  Glouces- 
tershire,   Eng.      Came    to    Utah    Aug.    12, 
1859,  James  S.   Brown  Company.     Bishop 
Smithfield. 


WILLIAM  G.  FARRELL 
Son  of   George   Lionel   Farrell   and   Marie 
Charlotte  Lundberg.     Born  May  24,  1864, 
Logan,  Utah.     Secretary  Commercial  Club, 
Salt  Lake  City.     Insurance. 


SAMUEL  HANDY 

Born  March  23,  1819,  Alveston,  Derby- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  September,  1859, 
James  Brown  Company.  High  Priest. 
Farmer. 


WILLIAM  HANDY 

Son  of  Samuel  Handy  and  Hannah  Watts. 
Born  July  30,  1842,  Halestone,  Warwick- 
shire, Eng.  Minuteman.  High  Priest. 
Settled  at  Whitney,  Idaho,  1873. 


JAMES  HENRY  HANDY 
Son  of  Samuel  Handy  and  Hannah  Watts. 
Born    April    18,    1855,    Stratford-on-Avon, 
Eng. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


ANDREW  JENS  ISGREEN 
Born  May  24,  1830,  Skonabeck,  Skaninge 
Sweden.      Came   to   Utah    1859,    James    S 
Brown    Company.      High    Priest.      Sexton. 
Farmer  and   Stockraiser. 


LARS  C.   LARSON 

Son  of  Christean  S.   Larson  and  Johanna 
Marie    Christiansen.      Born    Dec     4     1844 
in  Denmark.     President  High  Priests  Quo- 
rum.    School  Trustee.     Farmer. 


ENOCH  LEWJS 

Born  Nov.  25,  1824,  Wales.    Came  to  Utah 
1859,  James  Brown  Company. 


WILLIAM  MCKAY 

Born  March  18,  1804,  Sutherlandshire, 
Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  September,  1859, 
James  S.  Brown  Company.  Founder  first 
co-operative  drug  company,  Ogden. 


DAVID  MCKAY 

Son  of  William  McKay  and  Ellen  Oman. 
Born  May  3,  1844,  Thurso,  Caithness,  Scot- 
land. Came  to  Utah  with  father.  Bishop 
of  both  Eden  and  Huntsville  Wards. 


DAVID  O.   McKAY 

Son  of  David  McKay  and  Jennette  Evans 
Born  Sept.  8,  1873,  Huntsville,  Utah.  Mem- 
ber Council  of  the  Twelve  Apostles  Lives 
at  Ogden,  Utah. 


NILS  NILSON 

Born  Dec.  30,  1811,  at  South  Rouln,  Mal- 
"i°  Co.,  Sweden.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  26, 
1859,  James  S.  Brown  Comoanv  Hieh 
Priest.  Farmer. 


PETFR  NILSON 

Son  of  Nils  Nilson  and  Bocl  Tj'keson. 
Born  Nov.  18,  1840,  South  Rouin,  Jlalno 
Co.,  Sweden. 


GEORGE  PIERCE 

Born   Jan.    20,    1828,    England.      Came    to 
Utah  1859.  Captain  Brown  Company. 


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FRANCIS    MARION    PIERCE 
Son  of  George  Pierce  and  Nancy  Campbell. 
Born  May  1,   1857,   Liberty,   Pa.      Farmer. 


THOMAS   STOKES 

Son  of  Jeremiah  Stokes,  who  came  to  Utah 
1859,  James  Brown  Company,  and  Fanny 
Walker.  Born  Nov.  13,  1842,  Bolsover, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  1859.  High  Priest. 


WILLIAM  H.   WRIGHT 
Born    March   11,    1827,    Birmingham,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  18,  1859,  James  Brown 
Company.       High     Priest ;     Missionary    to 
England  1882-84. 


PARLEY  T.   WRIGHT 

Son  of  William  H.  Wright  and  Emma  Tay- 
lor. Born  Sept.  29,  1861,  Richmond,  Utah. 
Missionary  to  California  1885-87  ;  High 
Priest.  Merchant. 


WILLIAM   BATE 

Born  May  12,  1846.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
1,  1859,  Horton  D.  Haight  Company. 


W.  A.   BATE 

Son  of  William  Bate  and   Hannah   Shelly. 
Born  1870,  American  Fork,  Utah.    Farmer. 


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JABEZ   DANGERFIELD 
Born   Nov.   12,   1840,   London,   Eng.     Came 
to  Utah   Sept.   1,    1859,   Horton   D.   Haight 
Company.     High  Priest. 


JOSEPH  C.  DAVIS 

Born  Dec.  6,  1836,  Parish  St.  Michael, 
South  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  1,  1859, 
Horton  D.  Haight  Church  Train.  Bishop 
1st  Ward,  Panguitch ;  Missionary. 


DANIKL  JACOBS 

Came  to  Utah  September,  1859,  Horton  D. 
Haight  Company. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


JOHN  KING 

Born  Sept.  27,  1835,  Hockley,  Essex,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  1,  1859,  Horton  D. 
Haight  Company.  Bishop's  Counselor. 
School  Trustee. 


WILLIAM  DAVID  OWEN 
Born    June    14,    1810,    Paddington,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  2,  1868,  Oxteam  Com- 
pany.    Elder.     Sailor  in  British  Navy. 


WILLIAM    DAVID    OWEN,    JR. 
Son   of  William    David    Owen   and   Rhoda 
Moss.      Born   Sept.    2,    1843,   London,   Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  30,  1862.     Sunday  School 
Superintendent.     Seventy. 


JOHN  SUTHERLAND 

Born  Oct.  12,  1832,  Brough  Nesting  Parish, 
Shetland  Islands.  Came  to  Utah  1859, 
Horton  D.  Haight  Company.  Black  Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


AMOS  MOSES  VIRGIN 
Born  Jan.  23,  1854,  Marston,  Bedfordshire, 
Eng.    Came  to  Utah  1859,  Horton  D.  Haight 
Company.     High  Priest.     Resides  at  Rex- 
burg,  Idaho. 


HOGAN  ANDERSON 

Born  March  23,  1806,  Sweden.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  4,  1859,  George  Rowley  Hand- 
cart Company.  High  Priest.  Miller  and 
Farmer. 


AXEL  ANDERSON 

Son  of  Hogan  Anderson  and  Celia  Swen- 
son.  Born  Nov.  10,  1869,  Mt.  Pleasant, 
Utah.  Bishop's  Counselor.  Sawmill  Man  ; 
Farmer. 


WILLIAM  ATKIN 

Born  March  27,  1836,  Empingham,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Nov.  10,  1859,  George  Row- 
ley Handcart  Company.  City  Marshal  at 
St.  George,  Utah. 


EBENEZER  BEESLEY 
Born  Dec.  14,  1840,  Bicester,  Oxfordshire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  4,  1859,  George 
Rowley  Handcart  Company.     High  Priest. 
First  President  Beesley  Music  Co. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1859 


487 


JOSEPH  BROADBENT 
Born  Aug.  26,   1836,  Oldham,  Eng.     Came 
to   Utah    1859,    George   Rowley   Handcart 
Company.    Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Vete- 
ran.    Farmer ;  Merchant. 


JOSEPH  SAMUEL  BROADBENT 
Son  of  Joseph  Broadbent  and  Sarah  Dixon. 
Born  Nov.  3,  1863,  Lehi,  Utah.    Missionary 
to  England  1896-97  ;   Sunday  School  Supt. 


JOHN  CARTWRIGHT 

Born  July  2,  1837,  Derbyshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  4,  1859,  George  Rowley 
Handcart  Company.  Bishop's  Counselor. 
Merchant. 


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THOMAS  HYRUM  CARTWRIGHT 
Son   of  John   Cartwright  and   Ann   Hard- 
wick.     Born  Oct.  5,  1863,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Pres.  and  Mgr.  Home  Agency  Co. 


CHRISTIAN  HOGENSEN 
Born   Feb.   9,   1830,  Lear,   Norway.     Came 
to    Utah     Sept.    4,    1859,    George    Rowley 
Handcart  Company.     Indian  War  Veteran. 


PETER  LATER 

Born  May  30,  1835,  Newton  Heath,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  4,  1859,  George  Row- 
ley Handcart  Company. 


SAMUEL  S.   LATER 

Son  of  Peter  Later  and  Elizabeth  D. 
Brown.  Born  March  14,  1864,  Sugar  House, 
Salt  Lake  Co.,  Utah. 


CHARLES  ROSEBERRY 
Born  Aug.  22,  1825,  Malmo,  Sweden.  Came 
to    Utah    Sept.    1,    1859,    George    Rowley 
Handcart  Company.      Black  Hawk  Indian 
War  Veteran.     Carpenter. 


WILLIAM  WILDE 

Born  1807,  Hampshire,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah 
Sept.  6,  1859,  George  Rowley  Handcart 
Company.  High  Priest.  Assisted  in 
building  railroads. 


488 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


JOHN  WILDE 

Son  of  William  Wilde  and  Eliza  Phillips. 
Born  April  12,  1831,  Fair  Oak,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  September,  1854.  Seventy.  City 
Councilman. 


DANIEL  WILLIAM  WILDE 
Son  of  John  Wilde  and  Mary  Reybec.    Born 
May    1,     1870,    Coalville,     Utah.       Sunday 
School  Superintendent  ;  Elder. 


HENRY   WILDE 

Son  of  William  Wilde  and   Eliza  Phillips. 
Born  May  16,  1832,  Hampshire,  Eng. 


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JOHN   FREDERICK  WILDE 
Son  of  Henry  Wilde  and  Jane  Batchelor. 
Born  May  16,  1853,  Hampshire,  Eng.  Bish- 
op of  Coalville  Ward  ;  Sunday  School  Su- 
perintendent ;    President.  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


THOMAS  WILDE 

Son  of  William  Wilde  and  Eliza  Phillips. 
Born  Jan.  12,  1842,  Fair  Oak,  Bishop 
Stake,  Eng.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War 
Veteran.  Councilor. 


ANDREW  ANDERSEN 
Born    1814,    Hvisted,    Denmark.      Came    to 
Utah    Sept.    15,    1859,    Robert    F.    Neslen 
Company.    Early  Settler  Spring  City.    High 
Priest.     Farmer. 


LOUIS  C.   ANDERSEN 
Son    of  Andrew  Andersen  and    Mary   Ann 
Jespersen.     Born  May  24,  1849,  Denmark. 
Came   to   Utah    in    1859.      Elder.      Farmer 
apd  gtockrajser. 


JAMES  CULLIMORE 

Son  of  William  Cullimore,  who  came  to 
Utah  Sept.  16,  1859,  Robert  S.  Neslen  Com- 
pany, and  Lettice  Powell.  Born  July  26, 
1840,  Tockington,  Gloucestershire,  Eng. 


ALBERT   LORENZO   CULLIMORE 
Son  of  James  Cullimore  and  Clara  Fowlke. 
Born  Dec.  25,  1872,  Pleasant  Grove,  Utah. 
Bishop    Lindon    Ward.      Prop'r 
Mercantile  CQ, 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


489 


HENRY    EDWARD   DESAULES 
Born    Oct.    27,    1833,    Val-cle-ruz,    Switzer- 
land.      Came    to    Utah    September,    1859, 
Robert      Neslen      Company.      Worked      as 
Carpenter  on   St.  George  Temple. 


HANS  HANSEN 

Son  of  Hans  Jorgensen  anil  Maren  Chris- 
tena  Peterson.  Born  July  15,  1835,  Trust- 
rup  Borup,  Denmark.  Came  to  Utah  185'J, 
Robert  F.  Neslen  Company. 


JOHN  HIGSON 

Born  Dec.  29,  1826,  Westhoughton,  Lan- 
cashire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15, 
1859,  Robert  F.  Neslen  Company.  Miner. 
Seventy. 


NIELS  PETER  LARSON 
Born    April    20,    1826,    Weiby,    Denmark. 
Came   to    Utah    Sept.    15,    1859,    Robert    F. 
Neslen   Company.      High    Priest.      Farmer. 


JENS   NIELSON 

Born  June  5,  1826,  Fener,  Sweden.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1859,  Robert  F.  Neslen 
Company.  Lieutenant  in  Black  Hawk  In- 
dian War. 


CHRISTIAN   OLSEX 

Born  Jan.  21,  1825,  Raade,  Sosn,  Norway. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1859,  Robert  Nes- 
len Oxteam  Company. 


JAMES  WOODS 

Born  Sept.  13,  1839,  Chobham,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1859,  Robert  F.  Neslen 
Company.  Pres.  43d  Quorum  Seventies. 


JOSEPH   BEAN 

Son  of  George  Bean  and  Mary  Milner. 
Born  April  18,  1814,  Ulleskelf,  Yorkshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  16,  1859.  High 
Priest. 


JOHN   CATLIN  DAVIS 
Born   1821,  London,   Eng.     Came  to  Utah 
Sept.    16.    1859,    Edward    Stevenson    Com- 
pany.     Gunsmith   and   Locksmith, 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1859 


MARTIN  HEINER 

Born  March  17,  1818,  Waldorf,  Saxe 
Meiningen,  Germany.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
16,  1859,  Edward  Stevenson  Company. 
Patriarch. 


ANTHONY   HEINER 

Son  of  Martin  Heiner  and  Adelgunda 
Dletzel.  Born  June  24,  1844.  Came  to 
Utah  with  his  father. 


DANIEL  HEINER 

Son  of  Martin  Heiner  and  Adelgunda 
Dietzel.  Born  Nov.  27,  1850,  Franklin 
County,  Pa.  President  Morgan  Stake. 


HARVEY  COE  HULLINGER 
Born  Dec.  2,  1824,  Mad  River,  Champaign 
Co.,  Ohio.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  16,  1859, 
Edward    Stevenson   Company.     Physician. 


WINFIELD  SCOTT  HULLINGER 
Son    of   Harvey    Coe   Hullinger   and    Julia 
Bloce.     Born  Jan.   5,  1848,  Tremont,  Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah   1859,   with   parents.      High 
Priest ;  Ward  and  Sunday  School  Teacher. 


WINFIELD  SCOTT  HULLINGER,  JR. 
Son  of  Winfleld  Scott  Hullinger  and  Anniel 
Davis.       Born    Sept.    23,    1870,    Salt    Lake 
City.     Ward  and  Sunday  School  Teacher ; 
Bishop's  Counselor. 


JOHN  JARDINE 

Born  Oct.  31,  1830,  Middlequarter,  Scot- 
land. Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1859,  Ed- 
ward Stevenson  Company.  Bishop  Clark- 
ston  Ward  1876-1901. 


JAMES   B.   JARDINE 

Son  of  John  Jardine  and  Agnes  Beveridge. 
Born  Dec.  6,  1860,  Wellsville,  Utah.  Bish- 
op Trenton  Ward  1885-88.  Pres.  High 
Priests  Clarkston  Ward. 


JAMES  JARDINE 

Born  May  6,  1819,  East  Killbride,  Lanark- 
shire, Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  1859,  Ed- 
ward Stevenson  Company.  Farmer. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


491 


WILLIAM   H.   JARDINE 
Son  of  James  Jardine  and  Isabella  White. 
Born     Feb.     11,     1865,     Wellsville,     Utah. 
Bishop  Taylor  Ward,  North  Weber  Stake. 


GEORGE  LEE 

Born  Sept.  27,  1824,  Nottinghamshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  16,  1859,  Ed- 
ward Stevenson  Company.  Indian  Fighter. 


WILLIAM  JOHN  SILVER 
Born  Oct.  1,  1832,  London,  Eng.     Came  to 
Utah    Sept.    16,    1859,    Edward    Stevenson 
Company.       Built    first    steam    pump    and 
steam  engine  in  Utah. 


JOHN  A.   SILVER 

Son  of  William  John  Silver  and  Mary  As- 
kie.  Born  Aug.  7,  1855,  on  Atlantic  Ocean. 
VIce-President  and  Mgr.  Lethbridge  Iron 
Works,  Limited,  Lethbridge,  Alta.,  Can. 


HYRUM  A.   SILVER 

Son  of  William  J.  Silver  and  Mary  Askie. 
Born  April  25,  1859,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  High 
Priest.  Owner  and  Prop.  Silver  Bros.  Iron 
Works. 


THOMAS  WASDEN 

Born  June  29,  1821,  Laushton,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1859,  Edward  Stevenson 
Company.  High  Priest.  Black  Hawk  In- 
dian War  Veteran. 


ORSON  WASDEN 

Son  of  Thomas  Wasden  and  Mary  Coucorn. 
Born  Sept.  27,  1850,  Aston,  Yorkshire, 
Eng.  Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 
High  Priest. 


FREDERICK  WASDKN 
Son    of   Thomas    Wasden    and    Mary    Cou- 
corn.    Born  May  22,  1846. 


THOMAS  MCNEIL 

Born  Feb.  15,  1828,  Tranent,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  in  October,  1859.  Presiding 
Elder,  Tranent,  Scotland ;  Bishop's  Coun- 
selor. 


492 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


JAMES  REID  McNEIL 
Born    Oct.     24,     1854,    Tranent,     Scotland. 
Bishop.    Member  Oneida  Stake  High  Coun- 
cil. 


JAMES  COULT 

Born  April  26,  1837,  Essex,  Eng.     Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  23,  1859.  Plasterer;   Contractor. 


JAMES  E.  COULT 

Son  of  James  Coult  and  Sarah  Ann  Travel- 
ler. Born  March  18.  1869,  Salt  Lake  City. 
Elder.  Plasterer ;  Contractor. 


GEORGE  HAMILTON  TAYLOR 
Born  Nov.  4,  1829,  West  Bloomfield,  N.  J. 
Came  to   Utah   September,    1859.      Trustee 
Latter-day    Saints    College ;    Bishop    14th 
Ward. 


JOHANAS  ANDERSON 
Born  Feb.  18,  1823,  Wiarp,  Sweden.     Came 
to  Utah  in  1859.     High  Priest. 


JOHN  HYRUM  ANDERSON 
Son    of    Johanas    Anderson    and    Johanna 
Olson.     Born  Sept.  24,  1864,  Logan,  Utah. 
High  Councilor  ;  Bishop.    Mayor  of  Logan. 
Vice-President  First  National  Bank. 


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BION'JAMIN   BENNETT 
Born     1794,     Connah's    Quay,     Flintshire, 
North  Wales.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1860, 
William  BudKe  Company. 


JOHN  BENNETT 

Son  of  Benjamin  Bennett  and  Catherine 
Jones.  Born  Sept.  4,  1822,  Flintshire, 
North  Wales.  President  Elders  Quorum. 


SAMUEL  BENNETT 

Son  of  John  Bennett  anil  Jane  Roberts. 
Born  April  13,  1853,  Flintshire,  North 
Wales.  Bishop's  Counselor. 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


493 


ADAM  C.    BIGLER 

Born  Dec.  17,  1828,  Harrison  County,  W. 
Va.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  11,  1859,  L.  G. 
Rice  and  J.  L.  Stoddard  Company. 


CHARLES   BUDD 

Born  June  9,   1800.  Beading,   Sussex,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1859. 


GEORGE  BUDD 

Son  of  Charles  Budd  and  Louisa  Cape- 
land.  Born  Feb.  21,  1846.  Carpenter 
and  Millwright. 


NATHANIEL  GEORGE  CHAMBERS 
Born  Dec.  31,  1836,  Detroit,  Mich.    Came  to 
Utah   June   25,  1859,  Capt.  White  Company. 
Went   to    Missouri    River    1866    for    immi- 
grants. 


GEORGE   SPEXCER  CHAMBERS 
Son    of   Nathaniel   George   Chambers   and 
Mary  Leone   Spencer.      Born   Oct.   9,   1874, 
Salt  Lake  City.     In  U.  S.  Post  Office  serv- 
ice, Salt  Lake  City. 


CHARLES  H.  DAVIS 

Son  of  Edwin  Albert  Davis,  who  came  to 
Utah  in  1859,  and  Mary  E.  Walker.  Born 
June  23,  1860,  Farmington,  Utah.  Sev- 
enty. Fruit  Grower. 


THOMAS    EVANS 

Born  1817,  Cardiff,  Wales.     Came  to  Utah 
\856,  Edward  Martin  Company. 


MADS  JORGENSEN 

Born  March  7,  1832,  Copenhagen,  Den- 
mark. Came  to  Utah  in  1859.  Bishop's 
Counselor.  Farmer. 


EDWARD  JOHANNAS  JORGENSEN 
Son  of  Mads  Jorgensen  and  Eva  Coderston. 
Born   March   25,   1856,   Copenhagen,   Den- 
mark.    First  settler  and  built  first  house 
at  Clawson. 


494 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


MASS  JORGEXSEN 

Came  to  Utah  1859,  Oxteam  Company. 
Bishop  Lake  View  Ward.  Black  Hawk 
Indian  War  Veteran. 


ALEXANDER  C.   PYPER 
Born  May  5,   1828,  Large,  Ayrshire,   Scot- 
land.      Came    to    Utah    in    1859.      Judge. 
Bishop. 


RICHARD  ISAAC  MILLS 
Born    Nov.     25,    1836,    Birmingham,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1859.     High  Priest;  Sun- 
day School  Superintendent ;  Ward  Teacher. 


JAMES  THOMAS  MILLS 
Son  of  Richard   Isaac  Mills  and  Charlotte 
Giles.     Born   Jan.   29,   1863,  West  Weber, 
Utah.     Farmer. 


LEWIS  JENKINS 

Born  March  28,  1834,  Glamorganshire, 
South  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in  1859. 
President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.,  Plain  City,  Utah. 


LEWIS  ROBERT  JENKINS 
Son  of  Lewis  Jenkins  and  Eliza  Ann  Har- 
rison.    Born  April  2,  1871,  Plain  City,  Utah. 
One    of    the    Presidents    of    87th    Quorum 
Seventies. 


NATHANIEL  LEAVITT 
Ogden,  Utah.     Came  to  Utah  1859. 


C.   L.   LEAVITT 
Son  of  Nathaniel  Leavitt. 


FRANCIS  YOUNG  MORSE 

Miller.  Born  Jan.   25,  1834,  Boston,  Mass.     Came 

to    Utah    1859,    Peter    Nebeker    Company. 
Elder  ;  Ward  Teacher.     Carpenter. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


495 


WILLIAM  P.  PORTER 
Born  Jan.   7,  1845,  Newcastle,  New  South 
Wales.      Came    to    Utah    in    1859.      First 
Counselor  to  Bishop  Greenwood  of  Central 
Ward. 


DAVID  REES 

Son  of  Edmond  Rees,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  22,  1859,  Capt.  Beebe  Company,-  and 
Margaret  Ellis.  Born  Nov.  30,  1847,  Ab- 
berpengan,  Wales.  Bishop.  City  Council- 
man. 


JOHN  WAYMAN 

Born  June  3,  1825,  Doddington,  Cambridge- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  24,  1859, 
Capt.  Beeby  Company.  Ward  Clerk.  Di- 
rector Davis  County  Bank. 


WILLIAM  FISHER  TOLLEY 
Born    Nov.     23,     1824,    Devonshire,    Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1859.    High  Priest.   Judge 
Juab  County. 


CHARLES  WILLIAM  TOLLEY 
Son   of  William   Fisher  Tolley  and    Sarah 
Warren.     Born  Dec.  7,  1857,  New  York. 


WILLIAM   SLACK 

Born  Feb.  5,  1827,  Middleton,  Derbyshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  1859,  Kestler  Com- 
pany. Seventy.  Farmer. 


WILLIAM  MYERS 

Born  Aug.  22,  1812,  Idle  (near  Bradford), 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  in  1866.  High  Priest ; 
Elder.  Stonecutter. 


JOSEPH  MYERS 

Son  of  William  Myers  and  Martha  Ogden. 
Born  May  31,  1835,  Idle,  Yorkshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  7,  1859,  A.  R.  Wright 
Independent  Company,  Seventy. 


THOMAS  W.  THOMPSON 
Born   Feb.    26,    1860,   at   Salt   Lake    City. 
Seventy.      School    Teacher ;    President    of 
Smithfleld  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A. 


496 


PIOXEERS   AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1859 


WILLIAM  BOND 
Meadow,  Utah. 


WILSON  HOWARD    DUSENBERRY 
Son  of  Mahlon   Dusenberry,  who  came  to 
Utah  July  18,  1860,  Captain  Williams  In- 
dependent   Company,    and    Aurilla    Coray 
Born    April    7,    1841,    Perry,    Pike   Co.,    111. 


JOHN  P.  HORSLET 

Son  of  Robert  Horsley  and  Mary  Ann 
Pickett  of  Rochester,  Eng.  Born  Feb  15 
1844.  Came  to  Utah  with  the  first  oxteam 
company  1860. 


NATHAN  CUTLER  DAVIS 
Born   in  Warren   County,   N.    Y.      Came  to 
Utah  Aug.  10,  1860,  Warren  Walling  Com- 
pany.    Patriarch.    Councilor  in  Presidency 
of  Uinta  Stake. 


WILLIAM  GIBSON 

Born  April  25,  1845,  Killmarnock,  Scot- 
land. Came  to  Utah  Aug.  9,  1860,  Warren 
Walling  Company.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


JAMES  B.   GIBSON 


Came   to   Utah   in   1860,   Warren   Walling 
Company.     Merchant. 


GOTTLIEB   HIRSCHI 

Born  Jan.  16,  1837,  Danbreson,  Switzer- 
land, came  to  Utah  in  August,  1860. 
Bishop  Rockville  Ward. 


DAVID  HIRSCHI 

Son  of  Gottlieb  Hirschi  and  Mary  Ann 
Rupp.  Born  Dec.  13,  1870,  Rockville 
Utah.  Bishop  Rockville  Ward. 


DANIEL   HIRSCHI 

Son  of  Gottlieb  Hirschi  and  Mary  Ann 
Rupp.  Born  May  17,  1874,  Rockville, 
Utah.  Priest. 


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497 


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HANS  PETER  MADSEN 
Born    Aug.    18,    1824,    Aalborg,    Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1860.     Carpenter.    Farm- 
er and  Stockraiser. 


HANS   PETER  MADSEN,  JR. 
Son    of    Hans    Peter    Madsen    and    Anne 
Mette   Ericksen.      Born   Oct.    25,    1864,   Big 
Cottonwood,    Salt    Lake   Co.,   Utah.      High 
Councilor  Rigby  Stake. 


NELS  MADSEN 

Born  March    27,   1813,  Toreby  Ryrle,  Den- 
mark.    Came  to  Utah  Aug.  10,  1860. 


PETER  F.  MADSEN 

Son  of  Nels  Madsen  and  Martha  M.  Han- 
son. Born  Aug.  10,  1843,  Sjelland,  Den- 
mark. High  Councilor.  Commissioner 
and  Probate  Judge. 


VICTOR  E.   MADSEN 

Son  of  Peter  F.  Madsen  and  Bmelia  M.  C. 
Dahlgren.  Born  March  17,  1879,  Brigham 
City,  Utah.  Bishop's  Counselor. 


NELS  MADSEN 

Son  of  Nels  Madsen  and  Martha  M.  Han- 
son. Born  Aug.  11,  1853,  Sjelland,  Den- 
mark. President  58th  Quorum  Seventies. 
City  Councilman. 


ADOLPH  MADSON 
Came  to  Utah  in  1860. 


HYRUM   BOWLES  MORRIS 
Born  Dec.   23,   1821,  Bourbon  County,   Ky. 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  9,  1860,  Warren  Wall- 
ing     Company.      Patriarch.      Justice      of 
Peace.     Farmer ;  Cooper, 


GEORGE  BAKER 

Born    1819    in    England.      Came   to    Utah 
Aug.  27,  1860,  Daniel  Robinson  Company. 


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498 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1860 


THOMAS    BAKER 

Son  of  Thomas  and  Mary  Baker.  Born 
Jan.  21,  1841.  Came  to  Utah  Sept  1 
1859,  Horton  D.  Haight  Company.  High 
Priest.  Farmer. 


GEORGE  FACER 

Born  July  4,  1834,  Eynesbury,  Hunting- 
i?cn  £  ^g'T>  £ame  to  Utah  Au&  27- 
WillarFw'ald  S°n  Company.  Bishop 


WILLIAM  JOHN  FACER 
Son  of  George  Pacer,  who  came  to  Utah 
Aug.   27,  1860,  Daniel  Robinson  Handcart 

V?n^%ny>    and    Mary    Prior-      Born    July 
13,  1861.     Bishop  Willard  Ward. 


WILLIAM  O.  FACER 

?,?Mi,of  Willlam  John  Facer  and  Caroline 
Williams.  Born  Dec.  3,  1884,  Willarel, 
Utah.  Assistant  Sunday  School  Supt 


WILLARD  FACER 

Son  of  George  Facer  and  Mary  Prior 
Born  Oct.  13,  1876,  Willard,  Utah.  Presi- 
dent 59th  Quorum  Seventies. 


JAMES    JARVIS    FACER 
Son  of  George   Facer  and   Sarah  Thomp- 
son.    Born  June  10,   1866,  Willard,  Utah. 
Bishop  Avon  and  Hyrum  Wards 


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HENRY    JAMES    HARRISON 
'A    1834'_  Marlines,    Eng.      Came     to 
^'o2'1     1860'     1)aniel     Robinson 
MWKTO.  Company.        Deputy      Sheriff. 


HAROLD  HENRY  HARRISON 
Son  of  Henry  James  Harrison  and   Sarah 

B°rn    in    1863' 


ANDREW  WALKER  HEGGIE 
Born   Jan.    9,    1825,    Fraistown,    Parish    of 
Forgan,  Scotland.     Came  to  Utah  Aug    27 
1860,  Daniel  Robinson  Company.  Bishop's 
Counselor, 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1860 


499 


WILLIAM  HEMMING 

Born  June  8,  1827,  Hooknorton,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Aug.  27,  1860,  Daniel  Rob- 
inson Handcart  Company.  Patriarch. 


FREDERICK  WILLIAM   HEMMING 
Son   of  William   Hemming,    who  came   to 
Utah     Aug.     27,     1860,     Daniel     Robinson 
Handcart   Company,   and   Emma    Sanford. 
Born  April  23,  1864,  Morgan,  Utah. 


JOSEPH  LAPISH 

Born  April  3,  1831,  Woodhouse,  York- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  27,  1860, 
Daniel  Robinson  Handcart  Company. 
Secretary  Canal  Company.  Telegraph 
Line  Builder. 


JOSEPH  SELTER  LAPISH 
Son  of  Joseph  Lapish  and  Hannah  Seller. 
Born  Nov.   4,   1861,  at  Lehi,  Utah.      Mem- 
ber of  the  State  Legislature.     Inventor. 


JOHN  BLACK  McCULLOCH 
Born    in    August,    1829.      Came    to    Utah 
Aug.  27,  1860,  Daniel  Robinson  Company. 


ALEXANDER  McCULLOCH 
Son   of  John   Black   McCulloch   and   Mar- 
garet  McNeil.      Born  April    29,    1868,   Lo- 
gan, Utah. 


GEORGE  MELDRUM 

Born  Aug.  24,  1830,  Carston,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  1,  1860,  Handcart 
Company.  Missionary  to  Scotland  1877-79  ; 
High  Priest.  Farmer. 


JAMES  LOWE  MELDRUM 
Son    of    George    Meldrum    and    Jane    B. 
Barclay.      Born  Aug.   5,  1853,  in  Scotland. 
Came    to    Utah    Nov.    30,    1856,    Edward 
Martin  and  Daniel  Tayler  Company. 


THOMAS  ALEXANDER  MELDRUM 
Son    of    George    Meldrum    and    Jane    B. 
Barclay.     Born  Feb.  14,  1862,  Provo,  Utah. 
Elder.  Farmer  and  Stockraiser ;  Plasterer. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1860 


THOMAS  ALBERT    MELDRUM 
Son   of  Thomas   Alexander   Meldrum   and 
Jane  Duke.     Born  Sept.  3,  1890. 


DAVID   KAY   MOFFAT 
Born   Dec.    30,    1811,    Parish   of   Inveresk, 
Scotland.      Came   to    Utah   Aug.    27,    1860, 
Daniel  Robinson  Handcart  Company      La- 
borer and  Coalminer. 


JOSEPH   S.   MOFPAT 

Son  of  David  Kay  Moffat  and  Janet  Leish- 
man.  Born  June  16,  1846,  Crofthead, 
Scotland.  Justice  of  Peace.  School  Trus- 
tee. Rancher ;  Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM  ROBISON 
Son  of  Alexander  Robison  and  Nancy 
Waldeman.  Born  April  18,  1829,  Franklin 
County,  Pa.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  22 
1860,  Daniel  Robinson  Company 


DANIEL  ALEXANDER  ROBISON 
Son    of    William    Robison    and    Margaret 
Smith.       Born     July     18,     1853,     Franklin 
County,    Pa.     Came  to   Utah   with   father. 
Stake  Clerk. 


JAMES   COLLINGS 

Born  May  29,  1812,  Sunclerlin,  Durham 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  30,  1860,  Jesse 
E.  Murphy  Company.  High  Priest 


JAMES  COLLINGS,   JR. 
Son  of   lames  rollings  and    Elizabeth   Be- 
wick.     Born  Jan.   3,   1845,    Depthord,   Eng. 


RUDOLPH    HOCHSTRASSER 
Born    Sept.    1,    1839,    Wikermos,    Lucerne 
Switzerland.     Came  to  Utah  Aug.  30,  I860' 
Jesse      E.      Murphy      Company.      Bishop's 
Counselor. 


WILLIAM    LARK 

Born  March  15,  1819,  Norfolk,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Aug.  30,  1860,  Jesse  E.  Murphy 
Company.  Clerk  for  George  Q.  Cannon 
in  immigration  work;  Ward  Clerk 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1860 


501 


ERASTUS  ROBERT  LARK 
Son  of  William  Lark  and  Mary  Clarkson. 
Born    Feb.    15,    1853,    Beverly,    Yorkshire. 
Eng. 


EMANUEL  MASTERS  MURPHY 
Born  Sept.    15,   1809,  Union  County,   S.   C. 
Came    to    Utah    Aug.    30,    1860,    Jesse    E. 
Murphy        Company.        High        Councilor. 
Farmer. 


WILLIAM   COLUMBUS   MURPHY 
Son  of  Emanuel  M.  Murphy  and  Nancy  J. 
Easters.       Born    April     1,     1842,     Fayette 
County,  Georgia.     Came  to  Utah  in  1860, 
Jesse  Murphy  Company. 


HYRUM   MURPHY 

Son  of  Emanuel  Masters  Murphy  and 
Nancy  Judd  Easters.  Born  March  3,  1846, 
Fayette  County,  Georgia.  Came  to  Utah 
Aug.  30,  1860. 


GEORGE  SPEIRS 

Born  Jan.  6,  1827,  Tarbolton,  Ayrshire, 
Scotland.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  30,  1860; 
Jesse  E.  Murphy  Company.  Patriarch. 


JOHN    ULRICH    STUCKI 
Born  Jan.  8,  1837,  Neunforn,  Switzerland. 
Came  to  Utah   in   August,   1860,   Jesse  E. 
Murphy  Company.      Mayor  of  Paris,   Ida- 
ho.    High  Councilor.  /-- 


JOSEPH  WARBURTON 
Born  Sept.  21,  1831,  Radcliffe,  Eng.    Came 
to  Utah  in  September,  1860,  Jesse  E.  Mur- 
phy   Company.      Bishop    of    1st    Ward    at 
Salt  Lake  City. 


WILLIAM   BATH 

Born  in  August,  1831,  Poulton,  Somerset- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  1,  1860, 
John  Smith  Company.  Elder.  Miner. 


DAVID  EVANS 

Born  Aug.  25,  1810,  Cardiff,  South  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  1,  1860,  John  Smith 
Company.  Elder. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1860 


JOHN    EVANS 

Son  of  David  Evans  and  Amy  Hughes. 
Born  April  12,  1847,  Cardiff,  South  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  with  father.  High  Priest. 


NORMAN  FILLMORE 

Born  March  1,  1848,  Waukesha  County, 
Wisconsin.  Came  to  Utah  with  John 
Smith  Company  Sept.  1,  1860.  Bishop 
Burrville  Ward. 


JOHN    HUGHES 

Born  December,  1814,  in  Wales.     Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  1,  1860,  John  Smith  Company. 


CHARLES    THOMAS    HUSBANDS 
Born  March  15,  1844,  London,  Eng.    Came 
to  Utah    Sept.    1,    1860,    John   Smith   Com- 
pany.    Elder.     Locomotive  Engineer. 


JOHN  PHILLIP  ISAAC 
Born  Feb.  2,  1833,  Trevaughan,  Caermar- 
thanshire,    South    Wales.      Came    to    Utah 
Sept.  3,  1860,  John  Smith  Company.     High 
Priest.      Worked   on   Temple. 


JOHN  RASPER  LOOSLE 
Born    Oct.    21,    1831,    Berne,    Switzerland. 
Came  to   Utah   Sept.   1,    1860,   John   Smith 
Company. 


GEORGE  LOOSLE 

Son  of  John  Kasper  Loosle  and  Anna 
Klizabeth  Huncebager.  Born  July  11, 
1858,  Berne,  Switzerland. 


THOMAS  D.  STEPHENS 
Born   January,   1837,  in  Wales.     Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  1,  1860,  John  Smith  Company. 
Seventy.     Worked   on   Salt  Lake  Temple. 
Farmer;  Contractor  and  Builder. 


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CORNELIUS  TRAVELLER 
Born  Sept.   29,  1820,  London,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah   Sept.   1,   I860,  John   Smith   Com- 
pany.    High  Priest.     City  Treasurer  and 
City  Sexton. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN   OF  UTAH— 1860 


503 


FRANKLIN  HOBBS  TRAVELLER 
Son   of   Cornelius   Traveller   and    Frances 
Hobbs.      Born  Dec.    6,   1859,    Philadelphia, 
Pa.     Ordained  High  Priest   Dec.   17,  1905. 


LORIN  WALKER 

Father  of  the  wife  of  C.  W.  Richards  of 
Brigham,  Utah.  Came  to  Utah  1860,  John 
Smith  Company. 


WILLIAM  LOWE  YOUNG 
Born  fab.  4,  1830.     Came  to  Utah  Septem- 
ber, Iij60,  John  Smith  Company.     Veteran 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War.     Helped  to  sur- 
vey Preston  Townsite. 


JOHN   CROFTS 
Shelley,  Idaho. 


JOHN  CROFT 

Born  July  16,  1836,  Wilsden,  Yorkshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1860,  James 
D.  Ross  Company.  Bishop's  Counselor. 
Merchant. 


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WILLIAM  ROWLAND  CROFT 
Son    of   John    Croft   and    Amelia   Mitchell. 
Born    Nov.    24,    1860,    at    Salt    Lake    City. 
Bishop's   Counselor.      Stockraiser. 


CHARLES  BOYDEN 

Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1860,  James  D. 
Ross  Company.  High  Priest ;  Sunday 
School  Supt.  Farmer ;  Stockraiser. 


THOMAS  HILL  DEE 

Born  May  11,  1812,  Merthyr  Tydfll,  Gla- 
morganshire, South  Wales.  Came  to  Utah 
Sept.  3,  1860,  James  D.  Ross  Company. 


THOMAS  DUNCOMBE  DEE 
Son  of  Thomas  Hill -Dee  and  Elizabeth 
Reese.  Born  Nov.  10,  1844,  Llanelly, 
Caermarthenshire,  Wales.  Sunday  School 
Superintendent.  Prominent  in  Public 
Schools.  Banker. 


504 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1860 


THOMAS   REESE   DEE 
Son  of  Thomas  Duncombe  Dee  and  Annie 
Taylor.     Born  Feb.  27,  1873. 


J.    STANLEY   DEE 
Shoe   Merchant,    Ogden,    Utah. 


NIELS  DQRPHEUS 

Born  June  21,  1812,  Lemvig,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9,  1860,  James  D. 
Ross  Company.  High  Councilor. 


JOHN  T.  DORCHEUS 

Son  of  Niels  Dorcheus  and  Angelica  C. 
Lund.  Born  April  25,  1842,  Copenhagen, 
Denmark.  Came  to  Utah  with  father. 
Black  Hawk  Indian  War  Veteran. 


EDWARD  W.  DORCHEUS 
Son   of  John   T.   Dorcheus    and  Mary  Mc- 
Donald.    Born  July  4,  1885,  Monroe,  Utah. 
Resides  at  Ashton,  Idaho. 


RICHARD  FRY 

Born  April  15,  1831,  East  Down,  Devon- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1860, 
J.  D.  Ross  Co.  President  Morgan  Stake. 


RICHARD  RAWLE  FRY 
Son    of    Richard     Fry    and     Ann     Rawle. 
Born  Jan.  20,  1864,  Morgan,  Utah.    Mayor 
of  Morgan. 


JACOB  FUHRIMANN 

Born  Jan.  16,  1831,  Oeschenback,  Canton 
Berne,  Switzerland.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3, 
1860,  James  T.  Ross  Company.  Presided 
over  Germans  of  Providence  Ward. 


GOTTFRIED  FUHRIMANN 
Son    of    Jacob     Fuhriman    and    Barbara 
Loosli.      Born  June   15,    1859,   Durrenroth, 
Switzerland.     Came  to  Utah  1860.    Bishop 
of  Providence  1st  Ward. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1860 


50.5 


ULRICH   LOOSLI 

Born  April  22,  1830,  Durrenroth,  Switzer- 
land. Came  to  Utah  September,  1860, 
James  D.  Ross  Company.  High  Priest. 


DIMOND   M.    LOOSLI 

Son  of  Ulrich  Loosli  and  Elizabeth  Ege- 
mann.  Born  Oct.  20,  1876,  Clarkston, 
Utah.  Bishop's  Counselor  ;  Choir  Leader. 
Farmer  and  Engineer. 


JOSEPH   THOMPSON  McEWAN 
Son  of  Henry  McEvvan,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.   3,   1860,   and  Jane  Thompson.     Born 
Sept.   1,   1840,  Edinburgh,   Scotland.     High 
Priest ;  Pres.  Seventies.    Councilman. 


DANIEL  DEAN  McEWAN 
Son  of  Joseph  T.   McEvvan  and   Irinda  N. 
Crandall.       Born    Aug.     14,     1878,     Provo, 
Utah.      Bishop    Sharon    Ward.      President 
M.  I.  A. 


JACOB  I.  NAEF 

Born  Nov.  1,  1836,  Ebnat,  St.  Gallan, 
Switzerland.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1860, 
James  D.  Ross  Company. 


HEXRY    SCHAERRER 

Born  May  13,  1813,  Schoenenberg,  Can- 
ton Zurich,  Switzerland.  Came  to  Utah 
September,  1860,  .1.  D.  Ross  Company. 
Lived  at  St.  George  and  Pay?on. 


JOHN  J.    SCHAERRER 

Son  of  Henry  Schaerrer  and  Anne  Goetz.  Born     Fe 

Born   Dec.   28,   1845,   Hegi,   Canton   Zurich,  Came    to 

Switzerland.      High    Councilor;    President  Company 

Seventies  ;  Missionary.  to  Utah. 


BENJ.    F.    SMITH 
b      22      1846,     Thomastown,     Pa. 
Utah    in    1860,    James    D.    Ross 
Assisted  in  bringing  immigrants 
Elder. 


PHILANDER    BROWN 
Born    April    10,    1826,    Rush,    Monroe    Co., 
N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  4,  1860,  Frank- 
lin Brown  Co.      Pres.  of  Seventies.    Road 
Supervisor ;  Railroad  Foreman. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1860 


GEORGE  ALBERT  BROWN 
Son    of    Philander    Brown    and    Elizabeth 
Dobney  Short.     Born  Feb.  23,  1880,  Provo, 
Utah.     Merchant. 


JAMES  HANCEY 

Born  Sept.  1,  1835,  Chedeston,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  4,  1860,  Franklin  Brown 
Company.  Carpenter  and  Builder ;  Den- 
tist. 


JAMES  S.  HANCEY 

Son  of  James  Hancey  and  Rachel  Sea- 
mons.  Born  March  24,  1856,  on  ship- 
board on  Atlantic  Ocean.  Organist ;  Band 
Leader ;  Carpenter  and  Builder. 


HENRY   SEAMONS 

Born  Sept.  27,  1835,  Suffolk,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  4,  1860,  Capt.  Franklin 
Brown  Company.  Bishop  of  Rockport 
Ward.  Indian  War  Veteran. 


ALFRED  SEAMONS 

Son  of  Henry  Seamons  and  Catherine 
Blake.  Born  March  24,  1872,  Rockport, 
Utah.  Resides  at  Mona,  Utah. 


JAMES    THURSTON 

Born  May  1,  1829,  Bumburgh,  Suffolk  Co., 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9,  1860,  Capt. 
Brown  Company.  Watermaster  many 
years.  Farmer. 


STKPHEN   THURSTON 
Son    of    James    Thurston    and    Mary    Sea- 
mons.     Born  Aug.   25,   1859,   Omaha,  Neb. 
Missionary   to   England   1899-1901.      Mem- 
ber of  Town   Board.     Farmer. 


WILLIAM   HARRISON   FOLSOM 
Born   March    25,   1815,    Portsmouth,   N.   H. 
Came    to    Utah    Oct.    3,    1860,    Joseph    W. 
Young  Company. 


HYRUM  PEARSE  FOLSOM 
Son     of    William     Harrison     Folsom    and 
Zerviah  Eliza  Clark.      Born  Sept.   1,   1841. 
Buffalo,   N.  Y,     Came  to  Utah   1860,   with 
father. 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1860 


507 


JOHN  HARRIS 

Born  Nov.  5,  1837,  Worley,  Somersetshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  18,  1860,  John 
Taylor  Company.  Confectioner  and  Baker. 


SOREN    JENSEN 

Born  1838,  Hjorring,  Denmark.  Came  to 
Utah  1860,  Handcart  Company.  Mission- 
ary to  Denmark ;  High  Priest.  Worked 
on  Tabernacle.  Carpenter. 


GUSTAVE   NIELSEN 

Born  Sept.  30,  1831,  Christiania,  Norway. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  24,  1860.  High 
Priest.  Farmer.  StonemasoVi. 


GEORGE  ALBERT   NIELSEN 
Son    of    Gustave    and    Christian    Nielsen. 
Born     July     17,     1882.     Big     Cottonwood, 
Utah.      Elder.      Employed   in   mailing   de- 
partment of  U.   S.   Postofflce. 


ANDREW  CHRISTENSEN 
Son  of  Christen  Andersen  and  Catherine 
Jensen.  Born  Nov.  19,  1830,  Copenhagen, 
Denmark.  Came  to  Utah  1860,  Oscar  O. 
Stoddard  Co.  High  Priest.  Indian  War 
Veteran. 


JAMES   PETER  OLSEN 
Born    June    23,    1851,    Skose,    Presto,    Den- 
mark.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.   20,  1860,   Os- 
car     O.      Stoddard      Handcart      Company. 
Ward  Teacher. 


CONRAD  ALDER,  JR. 
Son  of  Conrad  Alder,  who  came  to  Utah 
Oct.  5,  1860,  William  Budge  Co.,  and  Annie 
E.  Merz.     Born  May  18,  1866,  Providence, 
Utah.     Seventy.     Farmer ;  Stockraiser. 


CHARLES  HENRY  CROW 
Born    Aug.    18,    1830,    Atve    Church,    Wor- 
cester, Eng.     Came  to  Utah  1859,  Alexan- 
der Pyper  Company.     Pres.   of  Seventies. 
Harnessmaker. 


FRANKLIN  CROW 

Son  of  Charles  Henry  Crow  and  Mary 
Sharp.  Born  Sept.  11,  1868,  Salt  Lake 
City.  Pres.  154th  Quorum  Seventies. 


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PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1860 


NIELS  LARSON  MARSING 
Born  Dec.  23,  1828,  Malmo  Lan,  Sweden. 
Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1860,  Captain  An- 
derson Company.  Bishop's  Counselor 
Farmer. 


HENRY  REISER 
Born  July  29,  1832,  Fischenthal,  Canton 
KUV£H  Sw'tze,rland.  Came  to  Utah  Oct. 
!>,  1860.  Member  2nd  Quorum  Seventies. 


CHARLKS  WOOD 

Born  April  22,  1825,  London,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1860,  William  Budge  Ox- 
team  Company.  Postmaster  at  Holden 
twenty-five  years. 


CHARLES   WOOD,   JR. 

•Son  of  Charles  Wood  and  Ann  Day      Born 
Feb.    21,    1842.      Resides  at   Holden,   Utah 


DAVID  ROBISON 
April  2,  1827,  Harrisburg,  Pa    Came 


MORONI  ROBISON 

Son  of  David  Robison  and  Johana  F  J 
Kofvelstrom.  Born  March  14,  1873  Mor- 
gan, Utah. 


EDWARD  COX 

CaZ  £"?•',  /'  J825'  Haningford,  Eng. 
came  to  Ijtali  September,  1860  Kimball 
and  Lawrence  Freight  Train  HI  ,\ 
Priest.  Carpenter  and  JoineT  Hlfeh 


PETER  JENSEN 

Born    Nov.    27,    1836,    Sneilerup,    Holbek, 
Denmark.     Came  to  Utah  September,  1860 
County  Assessor. 


Bishop's  Counselor. 


JOSEPH    JENSEN 

Son  of  Peter  Jensen  and  Annie  M.  Han- 
sen.  Born  Nov.  2!),  1868,  Mantua,  Utah. 
Counselor  in  Presidency  of  Bear  River 
Stake.  Manager  Mantua  Co-op 


PIONEERS   AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF   UTAH— 1860 


509 


JOHN   ESPLIN 

Father  of  H.  W.  Esplin,  Orderville,  Utah. 
Jeweler. 


SAMUEL  N.  SLAUGHTER 
Born     Oct.     16,     1840,     Uitenhage,     South 
Africa.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  5,  1860,  Nephi 
Johnson  Company.     High  Priest.      County 
Commissioner  Beaver  County.     Merchant. 


JOHN    STOCK 

Born  Oct.  12,  1820,  Bathurst,  Eastern 
Province,  South  Africa.  Came  to  Utah 
Oct.  1,  1860.  Nephi  Johnson  Company. 
Bishop.  Farmer. 


JOHN  WILLIAM   EDWIN   STOCK 
Son    of    John     Stock    and    Jane    Adams. 
Born  Dec.  20,  1844,  Port  Elizabeth,  South 
Africa.     President  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  11  years. 
Bishop. 


ROBERT    WALLACE    STOCK 
Son  of  John  Stock  and  Jane  Adams.  Born 
1852   Port  Elizabeth,  South  Africa.     Came 
to    Utah    1860.       High    Priest.       Lives    at 
Fish  Haven,   Idaho. 


ROBERT    ERNEST    STOCK 
Son   of   Robert   Wallace    Stock   and   Annie 
Isabel  Findlay.     Born  Aug.   12,  1875. 


JOHN  R.   STOCK 

Son  of  John  Stock  and  Frances  Gillson 
Gibbs.  Born  April  24,  1874,  Fish  Haven, 
Idaho. 


JOSEPH  P.   STOCK 

Son  of  John  Stock  and  Frances  Gillson 
Gibbs.  Born  Dec.  11,  1878,  Plain  City, 
Utah.  President  of  Deacons  Quorum ; 
Sunday  School  Teacher. 


JENS  LARSON  JENSEN 
Born  July  14,  1827,  Dalby,  Scona,  Sweden. 
Came    to    Utah    October,    1860.      Bishop's 
Counselor ;    High     Priest.       Black    Hawk 
War  Veteran.     Farmer. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN   OF  UTAH— 1860 


JOHN  RG3.3BEKKY   JENSEN 
Son  of  Jens  L.  Jensen  and  Emma  C.  Rose- 
berry.       Born    Oct.     11,     1874,    Santaquin, 
Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN  G.  AHLSTROM 
Born     Dec.     12,     1850,     Malmo,     Sweden. 
Came   to  Utah   September,   1860.      Bishop 
St.     John,     Utah     1898-1904.       Mail     Con- 
tractor  18   years.     Farmer. 


ANDREAS  ANDERSON 
Born   March    26,    1817,   in   Sweden. 
to  Utah   1860. 


Came 


ANDREAS  JOHN  ANDERSON 
Son  of  Andreas  Anderson  and  Stena  Caisa 
Nelson.      Born    April    26,    1851.      Farmer 
and  Stockraiser.     City  Councilman. 


WILLIAM  RILEY  JUDD 
Father  of  the  wife  of  Andreas  J.  Anderson 
of  Grantsville,  Utah. 


PETER  N.   ANDERSON 
Born  Feb.  6,  1835,  Malmo,  Sweden.     Came 
to  Utah  1860.     Carpenter.     Elder. 


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HYRUM  E.  BYINGTON 
Born  Oct.  5,  1830.     Came  to  Utah  1860. 


STEPHEN   ELLIOTT    BYINGTON 
Son   of  Hyrum   E.    Byington  and    Hannah 
Parr.      Born  Jan.    12,    1866,    Ogilen,    Utah. 


WILFORD  M.  CHRISTENSEN 
Son    of   Niels    Christensen,    who    came   to 
Utah  1860,  and  Christene  Andersen.    Born 
Oct.     24,     1879,     Hyrum,     Utah.       Bishop 
Goshen  Ward. 


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511 


JOHN  CROOKSTON 

Born  Dec.   5,   1849,   in  Scotland.     Came  to 
Utah  1860.     Farmer. 


MARK    CROXALL 

Born    Oct.    7,    1844.      Came   to   Utah    1860. 
Telegrapher  for  Deseret  Telegraph  Co. 


JOHN    DONEY 

Born  May  3,  1821,  St.  Stephens,  Cornwall, 
Eng.  High  Priest.  Pioneer  to  Franklin, 
Idaho.  1860. 


JOHN  FRANKLIN   DONEY 
Son    of    John    Doney    and    Ann    George. 
Born  Dec.  16,  1866. 


ELJAS   WILLIAM   DONEY 
Son  of  John  Doney  and  Ann  George.    Born 
May     28,     1869,     Franklin,     Idaho.       High 
Priest. 


GEORGE  ELLIOTT 

Born  Oct.  15,  1815,  Nottinghamshire,  EnR. 
Came  to  Utah  August,  1861,  Independent 
Company.  High  Priest. 


EDWIN    ELLIOTT 

Son  of  George  Elliott,  Sr.,  and  Eliza  Vin- 
ton.  Born  March  25,  1841,  Nottingham- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Oct.  15,  1860. 
Elder. 


FREDERICK  W.   FUHRMEISTBR 
Came  to  Utah  in  1860. 


CHARLES  HARMON 

Born  in  Caermarthenshire,  Wales.  Came 
to  Utah  in  1860.  President  Mission  in 
Wales. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


DAVID  HARMON 

Son  of  Charles  Harmon  and  Mary  Ma- 
thias.  Born  June  8,  1838,  Caermarthen- 
shire,  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  in  1864, 
Thomas  Jeremy  Company.  High  Priest. 


BENJAMIN   ISAAC 
Came  to  Utah  in  1860. 


JOHN  R.   JONES 

Born  July  24,  1829.  Came  to  Utah  in 
1860.  High  Priest ;  2nd  Counselor  to 
Bishop  Schoenfield.  Farmer  ;  Sheepraiser 
and  Freighter. 


GEORGE  D.  JONES 

Son  of  Thomas  Jones  and  Diana  Roberts. 
Born  Aug.  23,  1849,  Denbighshire,  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  1860,  Capt.  Corbet  Com- 
pany. Blacksmith. 


JOHN  QUINCY  LEAVITT 


Born  Oct.  1,  1834,  Compton,  East  Canada. 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1860.  President 
14th  Quorum  Seventies.  Lieutenant  in 
Utah  Militia. 


KARL  GOTTFRIED  MAESER 
Born  Jan.  16,  1828,  Meissen,  Saxony,  Ger- 
many.     Pioneer    1860.      School    Teacher; 
Missionary   and    Founder   of  the   Brigham 
Young  Academy  at  Provo,  Utah. 


ANDERS    NELSON 
Lives  at  Grantsville,  Utah. 


SWANTY  NELSON 

Born  October,  1853,  in  Sweden.  Came  to 
Utah  1862.  Bishop's  Counselor;  Ward 
Teacher.  Road  Supervisor  of  Cassia 
County,  Idaho. 


HENRY  NELSON 

Born  Sept.  18,  1826,  in  England.  Came 
to  Utah  1860,  Oxteam  Company.  High 
Priest.  Farmer. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


513 


WILLIAM    RICHARD    NELSON 
Son    of    Henry    Nelson    and    Sarah    Ann 
Richmond. 


PETER   C.    PETERSON 
Born  June  7,  1835,  in  Denmark.     Came  to 
Utah    1860,    Johnson    and    Peterson    Com- 
pany. 


ANDREW  RASSMUSSEN 
Born  Jan.   22,  1834.     Came  to  Utah   1860 
Senior   President   26th  Quorum   Seventies. 
Farmer. 


DAVID  GILES  ROBERTS 
Born  March  18,   1826,  Machynlleth,  North 
Wales.     Came  to  Utah  1860. 


DAVID  MORGAN  ROBERTS 
Son    of    David    Giles    Roberts    and    Mary 
Morgan.     Born  Oct.  2,  1867,  Malad,  Idaho. 


SAMUEL  RUSSELL 

Born  June  7,  1835,  Toronto,  Canada. 
Came  to  Utah  1860,  Homer  Duncan  Com- 
pany. Indian  War  Veteran. 


SAMUEL  SEAMONS 

Born  June  7,  1845,  Alsaints,  Suffolk,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  1860.  Chorister;  assisted 
immigrants  to  Utah.  Member  of  Militia. 
Bandman, 


JOSEPH   TRUMAN    SHARP 
Son  of  Joseph  S.  Sharp,  who  came  to  Utah 
about    1860,    and    Rebecca    Higby.      Born 
Sept,  4,  186'4,  Tooele,  Utah. 


WILLIAM  STEVENS 

Born  Dec.  23,  1819,  Somersetshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  1860.  Seventy.  Black- 
smith and  Farmer. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OP  UTAH— 1861 


FREDERICK   STAUFFER 
Son     of     John     Stauffer     ami     Elizabeth 
Nussli.      Born    Oct.    24,    1866.      Physician 
and  Surgeon. 


ULRICH  STAUFFER 

Son  of  Christian  Stauffer  and  Mary 
Voser.  Born  March  21,  1838,  Redunbergh, 
Switzerland.  Came  to  Utah  1861.  High 
I'riest.  Farmer. 


HENRY  ALFRED  STAUFFER 
Son     of     Ulrich      Stauffer     and     Verena 
Hrechlevesh.      Born    Nov.    20,    1879,    Wil- 
lard,  Utah. 


SAMUEL  STARKEY  TUCKER 
Born    Oct.    16,    1828,    Cannington,    Somer- 
setshire,   Eng-.     Came  to  Utah  1860.     Sev- 
enty. 


HENRY   C.    WARDLEIGH 
Born    Oct.    31,    1843,    Frampton,    Lincoln- 
shire,   Eng.      Came    to    Utah    July,    1860, 
William    Camp   Company.      Peace   Officer; 
Councilman  ;    Merchant. 


CHARLES  WILLIAM  EARL 
Son    of    Bishop    Collier    Earl    and    Sarah 
Goates.      Born   Oct.    23,    1869,   Lehi,    Utah. 
Contractor. 


JOHX  JONES  ALLRED 
Born    Sopt.    1,    1821,    Bedford    Co.,    Tenn. 
Came    to    Utah    AUK.    16,    1861,    David    H. 
Cannon  Company.     High  Priest. 


JOSEPH  PARLEY  ALLREJD 
Son  of  John  Jones  Allred  and  Mary  Young 
Bridgman.      Born    Dec.    26,    1864,    i'<hunes- 
burg,  Washington  Co.,  Utah.     Resides  Mt. 
Carmel,  Utah. 


SOLOMAN    JOSEPH    DESPAIN 
Born    Dec.    3,    1823,    Lauderdale    County, 
Ala.   Came   to  Utah   AUK.    16,   1861,    David 
H.     Cannon    Company.       Bishop    Granite 
Ward. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


515 


ROBERT  MORRIS 
Born  Sept.  13,  1843,  Barrowden,  Rutland, 
Kng.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  16,  1861,  Uavid 
H.  Cannon  Company.  Bishop  of  1  Hh 
Ward,  Salt  Lake  City. 


CHARLES    M.    MORRIS 
Son    of   Robert    Morris    and    Josephine    H. 
Meyer.     Born  June  18,  1882,  at  Salt  Lake 
City.     Attorney-at-Law. 


SAMUEL  ALLEN   WILCOX 
Born  March  21,  1819,  St.  Lawrence  Coun- 
ty, N.  Y.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  7,  1861,  Da- 
vid   H.    Cannon    Company.      Missionary   to 
Canada   1868.     Farmer. 


JOHN   DINGHAM  WILCOX 
Son  of  Samuel  Allen   Wilcox  and  Martha 
Parker.     Born  April  23,  1843,  Nauvoo,   111. 
Came  to   Utah   1861,   D.   H.   Cannon   Com- 
pany.    High  Priest. 


THOMAS   TEAMAN 

Son  of  John  W.  Yeaman,  who  came  to 
Utah  Aug.  16,  1861,  David  H.  Cannon 
Company,  and  Martha  Yeaman.  Born 
Sept.  7,  1836,  Toronto,  Canada. 


>.  ELISHA  J.    THOMAS 
Son  of  Elisha  Thomas,  who  came  to  Utah 
Aug.   26,    1861,    and    Elizabeth   Lee.      Born 
June  7,   1873,   Farr  West,   Utah.      Bishop's 
Counselor. 


JAMES  FISHER 

Relative  of  P.  M.  Jenson  of  Huntsville, 
I'tah.  Came  to  Utah  Aug.  29,  1861,  Lewis 
Bnmson  Company. 


DAVID  MURRAY 

Son  of  Robert  Murray,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  5,  1861,  and  Jessie  Archibald.  Born 
Feb.  22,  1849,  in  Scotland.  Member  High 
Council  Hyrum  Stake.  Mayor. 


JOHN   SANT 

Born  Jan.  11,  1811,  Middlewich,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  August,  1861,  Job  Pingree 
Company.  High  Priest.  Farmer.  Lives 
at  Smithfield,  Utah. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


GEORGE  SANT 

Son  of  John  Sant  and  Mary  Shaw.  Born 
Dec.  15,  1833,  Middlewich,  Chestershire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  3,  1855,  John 
Hindley  Company. 


GEORGE  WINTLE 

Born  April  17,  1812,  on  the  Isle  of  Heligo- 
land, off  the  Coast,  near  Hamburg,  Ger- 
many. Came  to  Utah  Sept.  2,  1861,  Job 
Pingree  Company. 


JOSEPH  BARNEY  WINTLE 
Son     of     George     Wlntle     and     Elizabeth 
Sewell.      Born    Feb.    29,    1840,    Yarmouth, 
Norfolk,   Eng.     Came   to  Utah    1857,   Jim 
Brown  Company. 


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JOHN  WESLEY  WINTLE 
Son  of  Joseph   Barney  Wintle  and  Mary 
Marinda   Wilson.      Born     May     20,     1870, 
Wilson,  Weber  Co.,  Utah.     Missionary  to 
Germany  1898.     Educator. 


ROBERT  GORDON 

Son  of  John  Gordon,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  10,  1861.  Born  March  14,  1851, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Came  to  Utah  1863. 
Sunday  School  Superintendent.  Farmer. 


ROBERT  JAMES    GORDON 
Son   of  Robert  Gordon  and   Agnes   Davis. 
Born    June    5,    1872,    Rush   Valley,    Utah. 
Farmer. 


JOHN    EVANS 

Born  Jan.  9,  1829,  Llandovery,  Caermar- 
thenshire,  Wales.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  8, 
1861,  Harvey  Hullinger  Company.  High 
Priest. 


FRANCIS  CLARKE 

Born  Jan.  1,  1840,  Upminister,  Essex,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1861,  Milo  Andrus 
Company.  High  Priest.  Oxteam  Freighter. 


GEORGE   AUGUSTUS   DAVIS 
Son  of  Eliakim  Spooner  Davis,  who  came 
to   Utah   Sept.    12,    1861,   and   Orpha   Hop- 
kins.    Born  Aug.   22,  1842,  Lowell,   Mass. 
High  Councilor.     Engineer.     Farmer. 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


517 


JOHN  IRWIN   FORSYTH 
Born  July  27,  1816,  Carlisle,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1861,  Mllo  Andrus  Com- 
pany.    High  Priest. 


ANDREW  BARKER  FORSYTH 
Son    of    John    Irwin    Forsyth    and    Sarah 
Barker.      Born    Feb.    4,    1847,    Port    Rich- 
mond,   Pa.      Came    to   Utah    with    father. 
Indian    War    Veteran. 


THOMAS  GARN 

Born  Aug.  11,  1839,  Fremont,  Sandusky 
Co.,  Ohio.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  17,  1861, 
Milo  Andrus  Company.  High  Priest. 


JOHN  HADDOCK 

Born  July  17,  1827,  Barnton,  Cheshire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1861,  Milo 
Andrus  Company.  Early  settler  Bear 
Lake  Valley. 


JOHN  GEORGE  HADDOCK 
Son  of  John  Haddock  and  Margaret  Pen- 
man.     Born    July    8,    1871,    Bloomington, 
Idaho.     Bishop  Wardboro,  Idaho. 


MATHIAS    HINCHCLIFFE 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  10,  1861,  Milo  Andrus 
Company. 


CHARLES  W.  HINCHCLIFF 
Born  Jan.  2,  1850,  Lancashire,  Eng.     Came 
to  Utah  Sept.   10,  1861,  Milo  Andrus  Com- 
pany.    High  Priest. 


JACOB  HUFFMAN 

Born  Aug.  28,  1823,  West  Waterloo,  Can- 
ada. Came  to  Utah  September,  1861,  Milo 
Andrus  Company.  Member  High  Council 
Summit  Stake.  Justice  of  Peace. 


JACOB  WILLIAM   HUFFMAN 
Son  of  Jacob  Huffman  and  Elizabeth  Fris- 
by.     Born  April   6,   1871,   Coalville,   Utah. 


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PIOXEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


WILLIAM  BAKER  KURD 
Born     Sept.     20,     1835,     Devonshire,     Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1861,  Milo  Andrus 
Company.      Elder.      Contractor,    Plasterer 


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WILLIAM    MEMMGTT 
Born  July  30,  1814,  Aston,  Yorkshire,  Eng 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1861,  Milo  Amlrus 
Company.     President  Sheffield  Conference 
England. 


SAMUEL  MEMMOTT 

Son  of  William  Memmott  and  Ann  Wil- 
son. Born  July  18,  1851.  High  Priest  • 
President  of  Y.  M.  M.  I.  A.  Justice  of 
Peace.  Indian  War  Veteran 


GEORGE   MARTIN    OTTINGER 
Born    Sept.    8,    1833,    Sowestafe,    Suffolk 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.   12,   1861,  Milo 
Amlrus  Company.    Adjutant-General  Utah 
National  Guard.     Artist 


WILLIAM  M.   OTTINGER 
Son  of  George  Martin  Ottinger  and  Mary 
Jane  McAllister. 


RICHARD  PHILLIPS 

Born  at  Toms  River,  New  Jersey.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1861,  Milo  Andrus  Com- 
pany. 


KOBKKT 
B.irn    June    19,    1835 

Sept'  1 


THOMAS    POULTON 
Born    April    10,    1834,    in    England.      Came 

J?.  Vta,h    Sept-    12'    1851-    Mil°  Andrus   Co. 
High  Priest. 


JAMES  C.   SNYDFIl 

Born  Jan.  8,  1820,  Philadelphia,  Pa  Came 
to  I'tah  Sept.  13,  1861.  Milo  Andrus  Inde- 
pendent Company.  Secretary-Treasurer 
Branch  of  Church  at  Philadelphia. 


PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT   MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


519 


JOHN   FORSYTH   SNYDER 
Son  of  James  C.  Snyder  and  Jane  B.  For- 
syth       Born   April    27,   1872,   Provo,   Utah. 
Counselor   in   Elders   Quorum.      Carpenter 
and  Mining  Engineer. 


ARCHIBALD   B.    STEPHEXSON 
Born  Sept.   13,   1843,  Hancock  County,  111. 
Came  to  Utah  1861. 


FRANCIS  MARION  STEPHENSON 
Born  Jan    3,  1841,  Knoxville,  Tenn.    Came 
to  Utah  October,  1861,  Milo  Andrus  Com- 
pany.      Missionary     to     Northern     States 
1895  ;   High   Priest. 


GEORGE  WEBSTER 

Born  May,  1836,  Bedfordshire,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  with  Milo  Andrus  Company  Sept. 
12,  1861.  Pioneer  promoter  of  irrigation. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOHN  ALFRED  WEBSTER 
Son  of  George  Webster  and  Christiannah 
Elliott.       Born    Oct.    24,    1865,    Kaysville, 
Utah.     Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


JOSEPH  WHEELER 

Born  Feb.   27,  1817,  Cheltenham,  Glouces- 
tershire, Eng. 


WALTER  WHEKLER 

Son  of  Joseph  Wheeler  and  Mary  Buck- 
ingham Born  May  22,  1814,  Gloucester- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  15,  1861, 
Milo  Andrus  Company. 


JOSEPH  THOMAS  WHEELER 
Son  of  Walter  Wheeler  and    Ellen  Maria 
Child.     Born  Aug.  9,  1879. 


GEORGE    WHITWORTH 
Born   July    15,    1831,   Temple   Normanton, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah   Oct.   12,   1861,   Milo 
Andrus     Company.      Bishop's     Counselor. 
High  Priest.     Farmer. 


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PIONEERS  AND   PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


ALEXANDER  ADAMSON 
Son    of    Henry    Adamson    and    Margaret 
Nicholson.      Born   Jan.    27,    1837,    Bisland, 
Scotland.     Came   to  Utah   Sept.   12,   1861, 
John  Murdock  Company.     High  Priest. 


PETER  BORUP 

Born  February,  1823,  Jutland,  Denmark. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1861,  John  R.  Mur- 
dock Company. 


PETER  BORUP,  JR. 

Son  of  Peter  Borup  and  Christina  Chris- 
tenson.  Born  Nov.  15,  1869,  Goshen, 
Utah.  Bishop  Eureka  Ward. 


JOSEPH   AIME  AUGUST   BUNOT 
Born  Feb.  4,  1828,  Musinens,  Department 
de  1'Ain,  France.     Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12, 
1861,    John    R.    Murdock    Company.      Pa- 
triarch.    Surveyor  Summit  County. 


DAVID  BURNETT 

Born  Feb.  14,  1814,  Abroath,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1861,  John  R.  Mur- 
dock Company. 


WILLIAM  BURNETT 
Son   of   David   Burnett   and    Isabell   Rux- 
ton.       Born     April     10,     1846,        Surmare, 
France. 


DAVID    BURNETT 

Son  of  William  Burnett  and  Sarah  Jane 
Wilde.  Born  April  25,  1870,  Harrisville, 
Utah. 


CHRISTIAN  PETER  CHRISTIANSON 
Born  Aug.   18,   1838,   Norre   Sunby,   Hjor- 
rlng  Amt,  Denmark.     Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
12,  1861,  John  R.  Murdock  Company.     In- 
dian War  Veteran. 


EDWARD  JOHN   FARMER 
Born  Feb.   20,  1825.      Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
12,     1861,     John     R.     Murdock    Company. 
Member  94th  Quorum  Seventies. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


521 


ERASTUS    GRENIG    FARMER 
Son   of  Edward   John   Farmer   and    Eliza- 
beth   E.    Wright.       Born    June    29,     1861, 
Florence,  Douglas  Co.,  Neb.     Bishop  Clif- 
ton Ward   1806-1911. 


JAMES   JENSEN 

Born  July  14,  1847.  Came  to  Utah  Sept. 
12,  1861,  John  R.  Murdock  Company. 
Bishop  of  Sandy  Ward.  Postmaster. 


LARS    C.    LARSEN 

Son  of  Anders  Larsen  and  Mary  Jensen. 
Born  Jan.  28,  1842,  Guedumluned,  Den- 
mark. Bishop  3rd  Ward,  Logan,  Utah. 
Farmer. 


LARS   C.   LARSEN,   JR. 
Son  of  Lars  C.  Larsen  and  Calara  C.  Jen- 
sen.     Born   June    27,    1867,    Logan,    Utah. 
Bishop. 


JOHN  LARSEN 

Son  of  Anders  Larsen,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  12,  1861,  and  Mary  Jensen.  Bishop 
of  Preston.  High  Councilman.  Mer- 
chant and  Banker. 


JAMES   PETER  MICKELSEN 
Son  of  Jens  Mickelsen,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  12,  1861,  and  Margaret  Christenson. 
Born   April   18,   1847,   Denmark.     Member 
Bishopric  Weston,  Idaho,  1877-1902. 


JENS   MICKELSEN 

Born  May  2,  1853,  Eisr,  Denmark.  Came 
to  Utah  September,  1861.  High  Priest ; 
Bishop's  Counselor.  Stockraiser. 


WILLIAM  F.  MOSS 

Born  Nov.  15,  1825,  Nottinghamshire,  Kng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  12,  1861,  John  R. 
Murdock  Company.  Bishop.  Patriarch. 
Merchant. 


SOLOMON  SAXTON 

Born  Feb.  21,  1825,  Leicestershire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  9,  1861,  John  R.  Mur- 
dock Company.  Bishop's  Counselor. 
Farmer  and  Stockraiser. 


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BENJAMIN    GODFREY    TURNER 
Born    Aug.    18,    1855,    Glenham,    Dutchess 
Co.,   N.   Y.      Came   to  Utah   1861,   John   R. 
Murclock    Company.      High    Priest. 


WILLIAM  M.  WEBSTER 
Born  Jan.   29,   1850,   Vanderville  Mills,   N. 
J.     Came  to  Utah  1861,  John  R.  Murdoek 
Company.     Elder.     Lived  at  Deseret.  Hoi- 
den  and  Loa,  Utah. 


FREDERICK  WEBSTER 
Son  of  William  M.  Webster  and  Margaret 
Mathews.      Born  Oct.   3,   1881,   Loa,    Utah. 
Resides  at  Loa,  Utah. 


FRANCIS  ASTLE 

Born  Feb.  2,  1810,  Diseworth,  Leicester- 
shire, Eng.  Came  to  Utah  September  13, 
1861,  Joseph  Home  Company.  High 
Priest.  Farmer. 


JOHN    ASTLE 

Son  of  Francis  Astle.  Born  June  16,  1846, 
Hucknail,  Torkard,  Eng.  Came  to  Utah 
Sept.  13,  1861.  Missionary  to  England ; 
High  Councilor. 


EDWARD  BARLOW 

Born  Aug.  14,  1801,  Unsworth,  Lancashire, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1861,  Joseph 
Home  Company.  Weaver. 


THOMAS   BAKLOW 

Son  of  Kilward  Barlow  and  Betty  Crump- 
Ion.  Born  .June  13,  1823,  Prestwich,  Eng. 
Weaver  ;  Confectioner  and  Baker.  Ward 
Secretary. 


WALKER  BARLOW 

Son  of  Thomas  Barlow  and  Ann  Hulme. 
Born  June  9,  1851,  Blakely  Lane,  Lanca- 
shire, Eng.  Carpenter,  Farmer  and  Dairy- 
man. 


RICHARD    BRENCHLEY 
Born    Feb.    22,    1840,    Borden,    East    Kent, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  12,  1861,  Joseph 
Home    Company.      High    Priest.      Water- 
master, 


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EDWARD  LONG  GEARY 
Son  of  Edward  Geary  and   Elizabeth  Ann 
Slater.      Born  Aug.   18,   1854,   Clay  Cross, 
Eng.'    Came  to  Utah  1851,  Joseph  Home 
Company. 


A.  L.  WILLIAMS 

Relative   of    Frederick    W.    Little    of   Salt 
Lake  City,  Utah. 


JOHN  R.  WILLIAMS 
R.  F.  D.  Blackfoot,  Idaho. 


JAMES    PAGE 

Born  Aug.  21,  1815,  Wymondham,  Ens;. 
Came  to  Utah  September,  1861,  Josep.i 
Home  Company.  Farmer. 


THOMAS  PAGE 

Son  of  James  Page  and  Louisa  Graves. 
Born  Dec.  19,  1843,  Birmingham,  Eng. 
School  Trustee.  Worked  on  Utah  Central 
Railroad. 


GEORGE  PASSEY 

Son  of  John  Passey,  who  came  to  Utah 
Sept.  13,  1861,  Joseph  Home  Company, 
and  Ann  New.  Born  Dec.  14,  1844, 
Strensham,  Worcestershire,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  with  father. 


PHINEAS    DALEY 

Father  of  the   wife  of   George   Passey,   of 
1'rovo,  Utah.      Freighter. 


WILLIAM    PAXMAN 

Born  Oct.  23,  1835,  Hemel  Hempstead, 
Eng.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1861,  Jo- 
seph Home  Company. 


JAMES  WALTER  PAXMAN 
Born  Oct.   12,  1861,  Salt  Lake  City.    Presi- 
dent Juab  Stake  December,   1897.    County 
Clerk.     Cobbler. 


PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


ALBERT  R.   PAXMAN 

Born  AUK.  9,  1875,  American  Fork,  Utah. 
Stake  Superintendent  of  Sunday  Schools 
1907-11 ;  Stake  Clerk  1901.  County  Treas- 
urer. City  Councilman. 


WILLIAM  READING 

Born   April   6,   1808,   at  Bubbenhall,   Ens. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1863. 


JOHN  READING 

Son  of  William  Reading  and  Sarah  S. 
Kencher  of  Bubbenhall,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  13,  1861,  Joseph  Home  Com- 
pany. Justice  of  Peace  fourteen  years. 


JOSEPH   STANFORD 

Born  Aug.  16,  1834,  Southwick,  Sussex 
Co.,  Eng-.  Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1861, 
Joseph  Home  Company. 


THOMAS  STANFORD 


STEPHEN  STANFORD 
Son    of   Thomas    Stanford    and    Elizabeth 
Barnett.      Born   Dec.    6,    1832,    Southwick, 
Eng.      Came   to   Utah    in    1861.      Member 
Utah   Fair   Association.      Florist. 


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JOHN   HENRY   STINGER 
Born    April     23,     1839,     Zanesville,     Ohio. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1861,  Joseph  Home 
Company.    Married  Elizabeth  Hollist  1859. 
Baker. 


WILLIAM  THACKEK 

Born  at  Karleston,  Staffordshire,  Eng. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1861,  Joseph  Home 
Company.  Wrought  nails  for  Salt  Lake 
Theatre. 


WILLIAM  TIMOTHY  THACKEK 
Son  of  William  Thacker  and  Rachel  Tonks. 
Born    Nov.     7,     1854,     Staffordshire,    Eng. 
Stonecutter  and  Mason. 


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RICHARD  WESLEY  MCALLISTER 
Born  Oct.   15,  1825,  Pottsville,  Del.     Came 
to    Utah    1861,    Joseph    Home    Company. 
High  Priest.     Deputy  Marshal. 


WILLIAM  j.  F.  MCALLISTER 

Born  Aug.  16,  1845,  Pottsville,  Del.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  25,  1861,  Milo  Andrus  Com- 
pany. Indian  War  Veteran. 


JOSEPH  W.  DAMRON 

Born  Jan.  6,  1841,  in  Missouri.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  13,  1861,  Homer  Duncan  Com- 
pany. 


JOSEPH  W.   DAMRON,  JR. 
Son   of  Joseph  W.   Damron  and  Margaret 
P.   Freeman.     Born   June   9,    1866,   Lower 
Kanosh,  Utah.     Bishop  Deseret  Ward,  Mil- 
lard  Co.,  Utah. 


VIRGIL    KELLY 

Father  of  the  wife  of  Joseph  W.  Damron, 
Jr.,  of  Deseret,  Utah.  Indian  War  Vet- 
eran. 


ROBERT  GOULD 

Born  Jan.  21,  1830,  Edinburgh,  Scotland. 
Came  to  Utah  1861.  Homer  Duncan  Com- 
pany. Ward  Teacher.  Joiner  ;  Mechanic. 


JOHN  S.  GOULD 

Son  of  Robert  Gould  and  Annie  Simpson. 
Born  July  10,  1865,  Liberty,  Utah.  Sev- 
enty. Farmer. 


WILLIAM  HOWELL 

Born  Aug.  15,  1819,  Lambstone  Parish, 
Pembrokeshire,  South  Wales.  Came  to 
Utah  September,  1861,  Homer  Duncan 
Company.  Elder 


JAMES  P.  HOWELL, 

Son  of  William  Howell  and  Louisa  Thomas. 
Born  Nov.  25,  1860.  Fristrap,  Wales. 
Came  to  Utah  in  1861. 


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PIONEERS  AND  PROMINENT  MEN  OF  UTAH— 1861 


NEILS    ISAACSON 

Born    Jan.    6,    1817,    Christiania,    Norway. 
Came  to  Utah  Sept.  13,  1861. 


EVAN  JENKINS 

Born  June  22,  1817,  Cowbridge,  Glamor- 
ganshire, South  "Wales.  Came  to  Utah  1861, 
Homer  Duncan  Company.  Resided  at 
Farmington. 


JOHN  JENKINS 

Son  of  Evan  Jenkins  and  Ann  Davis. 
Born  May  8,  1845,  Cowbridge,  South 
Wales.  Member  Bishopric  of  Newton,  Utah. 


THOMAS  GEORGE  ODELL 
Born  Jan.  3.  1823,  Leighton  Buzzard,  Bed- 
fordshire,   Ens.      Came   to    Utah    Sept.    30, 
1861,    Homer    Duncan    Independent    Com- 
pany.    City  Councilor  and   Recorder. 


GEORGE  THOMAS  ODELL 
Son    of    Thomas    George    Odell    and    Ann 
Newman.    Born  Dec.  4,  1848,  London.   Came 
to  Utah  September,  1861.     Gen.  Mgr.  Con- 
solidated  Wagon  &  Machine  Co.     Banker. 


THOMAS  GEORGE  ODELL 
Son  of  George  Thomas  Odell  and  Florence 
Caroline     Grant.        Born     April     3,     1873. 
Physician  and  Surgeon. 


GKOHGIO  THOMAS  ODELL 
Son  of  Thomas  George  Odell. 


JOSHUA   FREDERICK   ODELL 
Son  of  George  Thomas  Odell  and  Florence 
Caroline  Grant.     Born  Aug.  10,  1875. 


JOSEPH   ODELL 

Son  of  Thomas  George  Odell  and  Mary 
Anna  Cato.  Born  March  15,  1870,  Ogden, 
Utah.  Postmaster  at  Logan,  Utah, 


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GEORGE  T.   LUFF 

Horn  Oct.  23,  1835,  Surrey,  Eng.  Came  to 
Utah  Sept.  13,  1861,  Homer  Duncan  Com- 
pany. High  Priest. 


GEORGE  D.   LUFF 
Son  of  George  T.  Luff  and  Mary  H.  Dixon. 


JOHN    ENGLAND 

Born  March  20,  1815,  Stafford,  Eng.  Came 
to  Utah  Sept.  24,  1862,  Homer  Duncan 
Company.  High  Priest. 


JOHN  ENGLAND,  JR. 
Son   of  John   England   and   Jane   Pavanl. 
Born  Sept.  4,   1843,   Braclpool,  Dorsetshire, 
Eng.     Came  to  Utah  Oct.  15,  1861.     Black 
Hawk   Indian  War  Veteran. 


WILLIAM  T.    ENGLAND 
Son  of  John  England,  Jr.,  and  Laura  H.  M. 
Thuesen.     Born  Jan.    25,  1874,  Plain  City, 
Utah.      Bishop  of   Moreland   Ward,   Idaho. 


JAMES  ENGLAND 

Son  of  John  England  and  Jane  Pavard. 
liorn  May  24,  1851,  Bradport,  Dorsetshire, 
Eng.  Bishop  LaGrande  and  Union  Wards, 
Oregon. 


CHARLES  W.   PENROSE 
Born  Feb.  4,  1832,  London,  Eng.     Came  to 
Utah     September,     1861,     Homer     Duncan 
Company.     Second  Counselor  to  Pres.  Jo- 
seph F.  Smith.     Editor.     Missionary. 


WILLIAM   ROYLE 

Born  ab